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KHRP Promotes its Intern Programme at Westminster University

On 9 October KHRP’s Resources and Communications Coordinator, Walter Jayawardene and Research Intern, Amy Pepper attended an International NGO Working Brunch organised by the Community Volunteering Unit at the University of Westminster in Marylebone.  

The working brunch was designed to give potential employers of volunteers the opportunity to speak about their work and the part that volunteers play in their organisations.  While the focus of the event was volunteering abroad, KHRP participated as an organisation that recruits a large proportion of its interns and volunteers from abroad or from the international student population in the UK.   The brunch gave students the opportunity to network with employers and people interested in voluntary work and to gain more specific information about the benefits of volunteering with particular organisations. 

KHRP was very pleased with the level of interest the participants had in its work and in its Internship Programme.