Our Interns

Marina Wilbraham - Programme Intern (New York)

Marina is a recent graduate of the Dual BA programme between Sciences Po and Columbia University. At Sciences Po, she studied Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies with a concentration in International Law. She majored in Human Rights at Columbia, focusing her research on women's rights and Latin America. During her time at ISHR, Marina will monitor the UN General Assembly and assist the New York team with their work on human rights defenders.

Jean Mazel - Programme Intern (Geneva)

Jean is currently pursuing a Master in International and European law at  Aix-Marseille university, with a focus on international humanitarian law, collective security law and international relations. During the first year of his Master, he participated in the Charles Rousseau Moot Court Competition in Public International Law and and to a UN General assembly simulation on 'Activism & resistance : qualification issues of opposition movements in law'. Passionate about public international law, human rights and international humanitarian law, Jean aims to pursue an international legal career, within international organisations, non-governmental organisations or specialised State bodies.

William Smith-Hatton - Programme Intern (Geneva)

William is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in International Security at the University of Sussex, focusing primarily on human rights and genocide. In 2018 he completed his Undergraduate Degree in globalisation where he focused his academic work on women’s rights, specifically with relation to universalism versus cultural relativism. Before joining ISHR he carried out an internship at the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Emergency Response Section.