Our Interns

Luke Wilson - Programme Intern

Luke Wilson is a second-year student at the University of Michigan Law School. Luke is interested in human rights law. As a law student, he volunteered with Michigan Law School's Syrian Accountability Project, which documents atrocities committed during the Syrian Civil War for use in future war crimes tribunals, and the MLaw International Pro Bono Project, which advocates for legislation to protect LGBT communities in Belize. Additionally, Luke interned with California Rural Legal Assistance, where he worked on behalf of migrant farmworkers in California's San Joaquin Valley, and worked with the University of Michigan Law School's Human Trafficking Clinic, which provides legal assistance to survivors of human trafficking. Luke is currently interning at ISHR's Geneva office and looks forward to furthering protections for human rights defenders.

Anteia Win - Communications Intern

Anteia holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations & Political Science from the Erasmus University College of Rotterdam. She previously interned in the communications team of FIND, a foundation focusing on creating innovative new diagnoses for neglected diseases. At university she worked for a night-life-app startup called Nocto, helping it in the development of its database and marketing strategy, and later on becoming a regional manager with the responsibility of expanding the visibility of the company. Now working at ISHR’s Geneva office she's helping the organisation in its visual communication. 

Janice Lopez - Programme Intern​

A recent graduate from Cornell University, Janice holds a B.A. in Philosophy, with Minors in Global Health and Law and Society. Janice has previously worked with an indigenous women's rights organisation in Mexico, where she engaged in research and advocacy related to the sexual and reproductive rights of indigenous teenage girls. She previously interned with the Communications and Program office of Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict. She has also conducted statistical research on access to facility-based maternal care for Rohingya Muslim women in Myanmar. Outside of work, Janice leads a Catholic youth group in New York City. Currently, she works in ISHR's New York office where she contributes to supporting human rights defenders.