Center for Migration and International Relations (CMIR)

Kathmandu, Nepal, South Asia
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CMIR works for the rights of Nepalese migrant workers and their families.

Volunteering Activities

General
Human Rights Work
Social Work
Research

What We Need

We need volunteers for these projects
-Migration Study tour
-Being A Migrant - a visual storytelling initiative

When & Who

Throughout the year
Yes, we require a minimum of 10 Days
Individuals

Our Fees

$30 daily

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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Pretrip Assistance
Orientation

Contact Person

Yubraj Nepal
Buddhanagar 10, New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Other Ways to Help

- Anyone currently pursuing graduation studies.
- Students from any related field can apply for the fellowship program, however, preference is given to the students from the
field of sociology, law, social work, human rights, migrant rights, international relations or any such related field.
- Students required to author a research paper as a part of their academic course are highly encouraged to apply.
- Should have good communication skills in the English language.
- Data analysis skills is highly preferred.
- Positive attitude and commitment with keen interest to learn and work in the environment of CMIR.
- Ability to interact with the individuals of different socio-cultural backgrounds, including a willingness to try and understand
and be tolerant of differing views and opinions.
- Grant-making and fundraising volunteers/interns are encouraged to apply.

Additional Info about Us

5 to 10 people
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Center for Migration and International Relations (CMIR) is a not-for-profit institute working to ensure that rights of migrant workers and their families are respected, guaranteed, and fulfilled. In Nepal, CMIR is the first institute of involving all three groups: returnee migrant workers, migrant rights activists and researchers on a common platform. This enables CMIR to better understand the multi-faceted impact of migration and the dynamics of the society and thus, help to come with concrete humanitarian actions, policy recommendations, and enduring advocacy efforts in national, regional, and international level.