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Internships, research, publications, education
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The international internships offers opportunities to work in the field with grassroot level organisations and develop career skills and work experience in our affiliate development projects

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Academic Research

4 – 12 week research internship that gives students the opportunity to undertake field research with support of development professionals from NGOs, universities and enterprises in India

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Publications & Journal

Opportunities are available in our peer-reviewed, scholarly journal ‘Journal of Experiential Education and Learning’ in a diverse range of academic fieldwork, academic research articles

Experiential Education

Support the integration of theory and practice whilst fostering personal and professional development through field courses, online experiential learning and personal contact programs.


H B S Bhullar

As the Project Director, it is my mission to work and contribute towards creating an increasing number of informed, evolved and globally aware young people who can act as responsible global citizens with the ability to influence the creation of a more peaceful and sustainable world. I am passionate about grassroot level community development, social work, global citizenship and sustainable development.

Shirly S Kumar

Courses Coordinator
Originally from Sydney, Australia, with a background in international development and human rights. Currently studying Emergency and Disaster Management at Charles Darwin university. My interest in education, training and development started with my experience in organising a local high school event focussed on spreading awareness among young high school students about social justice and gender equality organised by Sydney chapter of United Nations’ Young Women’s Association. I have been participating in various volunteering activities. I look forward to gaining a long-term experience in grass-root level projects alongside leadership role in CIEEL.

Malte Rose

Knowledge Management
Born and raised in Germany, current resident of Austria, I have studied in various countries, including the Netherlands, Canada and the UK. After completing my International Baccalaureate in Germany, I did my Bachelors degree in Social Sciences from University College Roosevelt in the Netherlands, and hold a Masters degree in International Relations from the University of Aberdeen, UK with A focus on human resources management and development. I look forward to work in the field of international development with focus on Human Resources management and development.  Currently, I have taken over the position of Assistant Program Coordinator (HR) at SWASH Village in my domains of interest such as knowledge creation and management, HR support and recruitment communications.

Call for articles for the Journal

The 3rd edition of our journal, JIEEL is planned for 2017. We are open to receiving article submissions until the 30 May 2017. Contact us below for further details.
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