Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Internships

Individuals who are currently enrolled in a Master’s program or who have earned a Master’s degree in International Relations, Gender Studies, International Law, or Human Rights are encouraged to apply for a Geneva-based internship. Internships begin in April and end in October. Intern candidates can expect to gain valuable insights and experience working for human rights around the globe, with an emphasis on peace efforts. Tasks may include social media management, blogging, and website management. Administrative support will comprise 30 percent of the internship.

Applicants with human rights activism experience and knowledge of online social activism are preferred. Additionally, experience with WordPress, database management systems and task management systems are given high priority during the intern selection process. The position requires fluency in English with additional language skills in Spanish or French preferred. Find out more on the official website.

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