Human Rights and Activism in Bolivia

Sustainable Bolivia
  • Location
    Cochabamba, Bolivia
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
    Internship / Early Career
  • Posted
    Apr 19

Position description

Do you have a passion for human rights and activism? Sustainable Bolivia is a nonprofit organization that facilitates volunteer and internship placements with over 35 partner NGOs located in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

Beyond connecting volunteers with local organizations where they can put theory and experience into practice, Sustainable Bolivia takes care to provide a community environment to all program participants through their volunteer housing network and events. Check out our current listings, and join our sustainable community and movement here in Cochabamba.

The following volunteer placements and internship positions are aimed at individuals interested in the respect and preservation of the Human Rights, and becoming an active part of the various socio-political movements in Cochabamba.

  • IDEI: IDEI is a civil research institution that focuses on issues of international relations, law, indigenous peoples’ rights and politics. Volunteers may conduct their own research project, contribute to IDEI publications, or assess the legal positions in different Cochabamba municipalities.
  • PROCASHA: The Foundation for Promoting Change in Social Housing, PROCASHA, is committed to improving the quality of life for low-income Bolivians. They do this by providing skills training in the field of construction, managing housing programs and projects, and helping the implementation of public policies.
  • Gaia Pacha: focuses on the protection and sustainability of communities at risk of diminishing resources as well as education and environmental awareness. Volunteers/interns can help design and implement educational materials, plan projects and campaigns to raise environmental awareness among young people, and assist in the maintenance of a model ecological home.

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