The AMAR foundation is an award-winning charity that works in the Middle East, primarily in refugee camps in Iraq, building and improving the lives and livelihoods of some of the world’s poorest and most disadvantaged people. For 25 years, the AMAR United Kingdom has provided professional health care and education on a sustained and lasting basis. The AMAR staff works in London, where they coordinate, raise funds, publicize, and support overseas operations. BYU interns at the headquarters in London will work directly with the founder and chair of AMAR, Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne, her Chief of Staff Andrew Methven, or Chief Strategist Phil Sherwood. Interns may be involved in supporting the work of the All Party Parliamentary Group for the Prevention of Sexual Violence in Conflict at the House of Lords. Interested students with a background in Women’s Studies, Sociology, Statistics, Political Science, Middle East Studies/Arabic, English (Critical Thinking and Writing), or the WomanStats Project are strongly encouraged to apply.