Editor or Web Designer
Work in LA/South Pasadena office alongside other student interns from the University of Southern California on the Global Women's Narrative's Project.
Gather and edit narratives
The Global Women’s Narratives Project (GWNP) was founded as a project of the UNESCO Chair on Global Humanities and Ethics with initial seed funding from the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
The mission of the Global Women’s Narratives Project is to amplify women’s voices and experiences through the power of storytelling. Through this narrative platform, the Global Women’s Narratives Project engages the personal and collective power of women’s lived experiences to create a database of narratives that storytellers, policymakers, scholars, lawyers, and human rights advocates can use to affect change. Our narrative themes are war and peace, religion, global health, gendered violence, life's work, and identity.
Our volunteers and students have interviewed combatants, peace activists, refugees, mothers, daughters, religious leaders and politicians from the USA, Bosnia, Northern Ireland, Israel, Venezuela, Armenia, Kurdistan, Serbia, El Salvador, Thailand, Colombia, South Africa, Nicaragua, Turkey, Egypt, India, China, Ghana, Brazil, and Iraq.
Women, human rights, narratives