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Women Enabled International, Washington, DC                                    June 2015 – August 2015
Legal Intern

  • Performed legal research on the African Human Rights Systems and its impact on the rights of disabled women and girls; created report that highlighted the African Courts’ exercise of human rights’ justice, with a strong focus on women’s disability rights and an analysis on using the data to advocate and influence law and policy pertaining to these rights
  • Contributed to advocacy initiatives on international and regional human rights issues, focusing on the rights of women and young girls.
  • Developed mapping of leading individuals and organizations committed to women’s rights issues worldwide
  • Drafted papers and articles to influence domestic, regional and international policy on the rights of women and children

The National Human Rights Commission, Abuja, Nigeria                            March – June 2014

National Youth Service Intern

  • Provided counsel and assistance to clients who are victims of human rights violations
  • Interviewed, documented and assisted clients with the completion of agency forms to file complaints

Move Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia                                              September 2012 – March 2014

Co-founder & Company Secretary

  • Drafted corporate governance documents, the organization’s mission statement, agendas and minutes for meetings, correspondence, grant proposal and reports
  • Provided legal advice to members and ensured system compliance with applicable requirements
  • Corresponded with professional advisors on how to tackle Gender Based Violence
  • Organized fundraising events and campaigns

Student Member, American Bar Association


Student Member, American Society of International Law (ASIL)


Student Member, Black Law Students Association (BLSA) Loyola University Chapter


Student Member, LUC Public Interest Law Society (PILS)


Student Member, LUC Women's Law Society

“Endurance Rewarded” in Between Yesterday and Tomorrow, a book published by the Women Leadership Centre, 2007
“The Outcast”, “The Piercing Cry” and “A Woman of Virtue” in We Must Choose Life, a book published by the Women Leadership Centre, 2008
Victory at Last by Eunice Adeleke, published 1 March 2012. Windhoek, Namibia, 1 March 2012

Born in Nigeria, schooled in Namibia and being in the USA, Eunice has a unique background that she believes makes her unique. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law from the LLM program, after which she concluded a summer internship in Washington, D.C. with an international human rights organization. Her interest and passion lies in international human rights law. She is also an author, poet and human rights activist.


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