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DRC is an international non-governmental organization, which promotes and supports durable solutions to the problems faced by refugees and internally displaced people all over the world. With the vision that no displaced person must be in want of help to find protection and durable solutions, DRC provides assistance and protection to conflict-affected in many of the major conflicts in Asia, Africa and Middle East. The assistance can consist of relief and other humanitarian aid, rehabilitation and support to returning home, and the promotion of durable solutions. Currently more than 600,000 Syrians have either registered with UNHCR in Jordan or are waiting to do so.
DRC is responding through a holistic approach to the Syrian crisis; recognizing the need to increase protection and self-reliance amongst the population whilst reducing the impact on the hosting communities. We offer The internship is for 3 months, with possibility of extension. Change the World » 2015-16 Young Professionals Network (YPN) in Washington, DC. Deadline: 10 July 2015Open to: participants between the ages of 22 and 33 years oldVenue: September 2015 and May 2016, in Washington, DC Description Eurasia Foundation (EF) invites young Eurasia specialists to apply for membership to its 2015-16 Young Professionals Network (YPN).
The Network was created to honor EF’s late board chair Sarah Carey, who was an indispensable advisor to young people interested in the Eurasia region. The YPN program identifies young professionals who share EF’s commitment to international engagement across the Eurasia region and connects them with established professionals from a variety of fields. Over nine months, YPN creates regular opportunities for young people based in Washington, DC to discuss developments in the Eurasia region with diplomats, journalists, policymakers, and analysts. Highlights of past YPN events include meeting former Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbayeva and special access to television hosts Vladimir Pozner and Phil Donahue.
Eligibility. Trainings NEWS » Internship Project at the European Police Office. Deadline: 21 June 2015Open to: nationals from the EU who reached the age of majority in their country of originRemuneration: monthly grant of EUR 776 Description Applications are invited for an internship project called “Facilitation of online collaboration in intellectual property area” at the European Police Office (Europol).
This internship project focuses on providing support to one community of the Europol Platform for Experts (EPE) – an online collaboration tool facilitating knowledge sharing. The specific platform supports public and private sector collaboration and knowledge sharing in five main areas – general intellectual property crime, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, food and drinks and online piracy. The project will include research, summarising and referencing legal documents (such as EU and national legislations, judgements, studies regarding legal issues etc) for the use of platform members.
Eligibility Internship candidate must: Remuneration. Subpage. ABColombia Vacancies We currently have no job vacancies.
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Would you like to join a team of professionals that is part of a large network of researchers, company managers, Non Profit Organizations, national and international agencies, students, entrepreneurs and innovators spread over Europe, Africa, America and Australia? Here you find some opportunities to make your next move in an international, inspiring and evolving environment. Join Global Center for Food Systems Innovation projects at Wageningen University!
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. ShareAction seeks to harness the shareholder power of large investors to target corporations on their environmental and human rights impacts.
The massive sums at the disposal of investors such as pension funds means that they can use their shareholder influence to (for example) reduce greenhouse gas emissions or secure better pay and working conditions for workers – but many are failing to do so. ShareAction is changing this. Our paid intern roles provide an opportunity for individuals who wish to combine practical experience of campaigns with research and analysis.
You will be given clear projects to suit your interests and develop your skills, although you will also be involved in a variety of activities arising on an ad hoc basis and undertake some administrative work. The role will be varied but tasks are likely to include: Person Specification Essential Desirable Applications Application form is available at shareaction.org/vacancies. There is no need to send a covering letter.