Our Interns

Fanny-Anh Le Hoang - Programme Intern​

Fanny-Anh recently graduated from the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, in the field of International relations and she also holds a Bachelor degree in Translation French/English/Chinese. During her undergraduate studies, she worked with a Brussels-based think-tank where she focused on peace and security in the Asia-Pacific region. At ISHR, Fanny-Anh is supporting the Programme manager in charge of the Asian region and will also support ISHR’s work on women’s and LGBTI rights. 

Paula Danilczyk - Communications Intern

Paula holds a Master Degree in Media Relation from Warsaw University of Humanities, Poland. Before coming to Geneva, she'd worked for several years as an editor for a Polish 24-hours news channel. She has extensive professional experience in social media, digital project management as well as salesforce and website maintenance. She is now supporting ISHRs communications team to deliver messages trough social and mainstream media.  

Deloris Saad - Programme Intern

Deloris is pursuing her graduate degree in Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon and also holds a Bachelor's in Public Health and Development Sciences. During her undergraduate career, Deloris was actively involved with many national and international organisations working on human rights issues such as gender inequality, women’s access to justice, early marriage, domestic violence, youth marginalisation, mental health among refugees, and non-communicable disease management in refugee camps.  At ISHR, she is particularly interested in how national human rights institutions can play the role of a protection mechanism for human rights defenders and a promotor of human rights at all levels in States in transition towards democracy.

Namindranasoa Ny Haja - Programme Intern

Currently enrolled in the LL.M Master in Advanced Studies Program in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights at the Geneva Academy of Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Namindranasoa holds a Masters degree in Public Law and Political Science-International Relations from the Catholic University of Madagascar. Before coming to Geneva, she worked as a legal advisor in a law office in Madagascar. She is now supporting ISHR's director of development and Treaty Bodies advocacy with a view to familiarise herself with UN mechanisms and the implementation of human rights treaties.