Center for Global Justice presents its summer Research Internship Program
The Center for Global Justice presents its fourth annual, Summer Research Internship Program June 30 through August 1 in San Miguel de Allende, a colonial city in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato.
This Research Internship Program is structured as a cross-cultural, cooperative learning experience for activists of all ages and students (upper division undergraduate or higher). Interns study under guidance of an outstanding international faculty.
Realities of the corporate globalization fostered by U.S. policy for a half-century will be explored in selected readings, lectures and on-site, faculty-supervised field investigations.
Resulting reports will be published on the Global Justice Center’s web site.
In the first two weeks interns live with families in the city of San Miguel, intensively studying causes and effects of corporate globalization – and alternatives to it. Facilitators include academics, activists, practitioners, and community members from the global North and South, engaging interns with a variety of perspectives.
Public lectures, informal discussions and socials events will be available.