The main goals of the internship program are to widen the perspectives of interns, to bring social change and to teach them to deal with realities of law and to interpret law to the masses. The internship program teaches interns to connect law with various social, economic and political issues, and most importantly how to implement the law as interpreted with the right-based approach. The reality of law is different from the textbooks, so applying legal knowledge to social problems requires sensitivity and the rights-based perspective. Interaction with people at the grassroots level and visiting the problem areas can give interns a clearer idea of real issues. Internship programs like the one Human Rights and Law Defender is running will prove a very important step in social change process. This program is connecting students of law, media and social-work with the needs of society.