Ramya S

Legal Assistant-Women’s Rights Project, American Civil Liberties Union

William J. Clinton Fellow, Class of 2010-11

As a Clinton Fellow, Ramya worked on a study assessing the functioning of India’s national and state commissions for women, assisted at the proceedings of a national-level public hearing on children’s rights, and participated in fact-finding missions, among other projects, at the human rights NGO People’s Watch in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. Ramya graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from St. John’s University. Currently, she works at the Women’s Rights Project of the American Civil Liberties Union and plans to pursue graduate studies in law and public policy.

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  1. lucy

    My name is Lucy and I am interested in applying for the AIF fellowship. I am a recent graduate interested in pursuing non-profit and NGO work related to women’s rights and public policy. I noticed your interests were similar and that you had worked with People’s Watch and the ACLU, so I thought you might be a good fellow to seek advise from. Do you have any words of wisdom for answering the application questions?

    • Ramya

      Hi Lucy,

      Thanks for your interest in the fellowship. Please feel free to send me additional information about your interests and a few questions, and I’ll do my best to advise you accordingly.



  2. chethan

    hello madam

    myself chethan from north karnatka (davanagere) and i have completed my master in social work (MSW) now am working as project coordinator, at bangalore (ngo) but i have to contribute something for my native, actually i have 3 years exp in Education and Research field, and i have visited your Education progrmme at bangalore am so impressed on your computer teaching with government school children. i would like to add same method with my native schools , so that what can i do? please will u suggest me,,,,,,, waiting for your reply
    thank you

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