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Vacancy and internship

 

Internships during spring 2015!

Swedish section of the International Commission of Jurists is seeking interns for the spring semester 2015!

JOB
• administer the office
• write newsletter
• examine the legal material
• assist the Board with reports and information searches
• organizing debates and seminars in consultation with the Board
• represent the organization externally as at the Human Rights Days, lawyer days and so on.

QUALIFICATIONS

Law Student at the end of training with a focus on international law or human rights. Earlier (work) experience in international law or human rights is an advantage.

You must be self-motivated, initiative, meticulous and organized. You should be able to work independently and have good interpersonal skills. You can express yourself in speech and writing in Swedish and English.

The internship is unpaid. The internship is full or part time or as agreed.

For more information contact the office at telephone number: 08 654 62 80 Please send your application with CV and cover letter to: secretariat@icj-sweden.org urgently.

 

Write your thesis in collaboration with the ICJ-Sweden.

International Commission of Jurists, Swedish department functions happy to support students who wish to write or master’s candidate in fields related to the ICJ-Sweden business.

Suitable background is legal, jurisprudential or political science studies with a focus on human rights. Contact the secretariat for more information.

 

Other positions

If you want to make a one-time effort, you are welcome to contact us and describe your idea!

 

What do former trainees of the ICJ-Sweden?

Beda Andersson, part-time internship during the summer of 2010, writes:
My internship at the ICJ has been rewarding. During my time here I  helped  with the office’s daily administrative work and project descriptions and applications for the organization’s future projects, which will be exciting to see how it develops. Summer at the ICJ has given me good and new skills that will benefit me in the future.

Andrea Hemming, part-time internship during the spring and summer of 2014 writes:
My internship at the ICJ Sweden has been highly rewarding and the fact that  I was given considerable leeway to come up with  own ideas and take these forward, was very exciting. During my time here I, among other thing, took care of the office’s daily administrative work, wrote newsletters, did budget forecasts, research for the board and wrote project descriptions. In addition, I was involved both to plan and organize a full-day course on immigration law with the Migraiton Group, which was a large and very interesting project. I also assisted at the ICJ-S’s other events, participated in the successful Project Street Law Academy and represented the ICJ-S at different events. During the time at ICJ-S I learned a lot about how a nonprofit organization works and the experience will undoubtedly be of great benefit for me in the future.

 

Beda Andersson, part-time internship during the summer of 2010, writes:

My internship at the ICJ has been very rewarding and it is an organization whose work you can quickly get acquainted with. During my time here I was, among other things to help with the office’s daily administrative work and very project descriptions and applications for the organization’s future projects, which will be interesting to see how it develops. Summer at the ICJ has given me good and new skills to have in the trunk in the future.

Julia Ride Mark, full-time internship during the summer of 2010, writes:

During my time as an intern at the ICJ-Sweden I worked a lot with writing project descriptions, develop project ideas and apply for grants for various projects. In addition, I also helped with the daily work in the office, called the phone calls and answered emails. It was surprisingly easy to put into the business, and I learned a lot about how a nonprofit organization works. The experience I will take with me from my internship at ICJ-Sweden will be of great use when I apply for a job in the future!