Get Involved.

If you are interested and motivated by the work of the PDAP and Punjab Disappeared and are ready to support our work there are several ways you can do so.

Work with us

PDAP is currently open to receiving resumes for the following positions…

Lawyers and para-legals 

PDAP needs legally trained personnel to work on criminal cases and writ petitions.  Candidates would need to demonstrate a genuine interest in human rights and rule of law and work or internship experience in an appropriate field.  Workload and pay scales are negotiable.

Part-time administrator

We are looking for a reliable person that can work without constant supervision for a variety of office duties.  


If you are looking for work experience in an international law and human rights setting, we would love to hear from you.  Please send a CV and covering letter detailing your past experience and interests and why an internship with PDAP would work for you and for us. 


PDAP would welcome long or short-term volunteers in our office, from your home, workplace or college or on-line.  We would have only limited time to supervise volunteers but if you are able to take the initiative and can commit to a specific period of time please get in touch.

We might not be able to pay but you will be rewarded with interesting work and a satisfying outlet for your skills.

Possible volunteer roles

Are you interested in research and documentation? We could definitely use your help. Please contact us.

Can you translate from Punjabi to English/ English to Punjabi? We need you. Please get in touch.

Have you used websites and social media in a work setting? We could use your help to manage content on our website and social media and keep us up to date with what’s new.  Please get in touch via Contact page.

Are you creative? If you are an experienced or aspiring play-write, performer, poet, illustrator or musician or whatever your creative skills can you use them to help us?  Please send us examples of your work and we can together explore how your skills can help us with our advocacy activities.