Internship Program

At Digital Rights Foundation we believe that it is integral to engage with the youth, especially students, on contemporary issues and figuring out innovative solutions that this modern world presents us with.
The DRF Internship Programme runs every year from May to August. We aim to engage youth from different backgrounds and involve them in work, from policy and advocacy to communications. We encourage students from all over Pakistan, and from all universities to apply every year for our programme.
Our interns for 2020 are an accomplished batch of young people who are dedicated and committed to working towards an equal and safe internet for all. You can read about each one of them below and find out the projects they are working on.

Currently, our intake for 2020 has been filled. We’ll be taking in our new batch of interns in May 2021. You can email us at [email protected] to find out more and apply.

Areeba Jibril

Areeba is agraduate of the University of Michigan Law School. She spent the summer after her first year of law school working at the Berkman-Klein Center, Harvard university helping Non profit entities with cyberlaw related matters. Areeba will be researching issues related to the Pakistan’s data protection bill and the role technology plays during elections.

Muhammad Mohsin

Muhammad Mohsin is a BA-LLB student at LUMS, he has joined DRF as a legal intern in supporting the expansion and strengthening of “Ab aur Nahin” a volunteer initiative focusing on providing pro bono legal support to the survivors of sexual harassment and abuse in Pakistan.

Fatima Rasool

Fatima Rasool has worked on analyzing case laws and their applicability. As a legal intern she is working on DRF’s initiative Ab aur Nahin, a volunteer initiative focusing on providing pro bono legal support to the survivors of sexual harassment and abuse in Pakistan.

Muhammad Tasmir Aziz

Muhammad Tasmir Aziz is an undergraduate history major specializing in content development and working as a Communication Intern with the Cyber Harassment Helpline.

Saad Rai Saad Ullah Khan

Saad is a recent graduate of the University of Oxford, where he completed his undergraduate degree in Geography. He has been President of the Oxford Forum for International Development, the largest student-run development conference in Europe. At DRF, he will work with senior research and policy team In developing fact-checking resources to combat misinformation and disinformation. He will assist the research team in narrowing down social media analysis tools. Monitoring, collection and analysis of data from social media platforms on issues of human rights and internet freedoms.

Amal Zahra

Amal is a rising Senior at Lahore University of Management Sciences, studying History, Sociology and Anthropology. Her areas of interest include storytelling, sustainability, education and gender equality. She will be working with The Digital 50.50 by writing, researching and illustrating.





Zaara Shafi

Zaara Shafi is a student at Lahore Grammar School. Zara is working on advocacy and outreach activities around digital Rights at DRF

Wafa Asher

Wafa Asher is a senior at LUMS, majoring in history. She organises around issues of gender and labour. Wafa is working as a Research intern with research and policy team at DRF.