Internship Opportunities at Hague Institute for Global Justice

Deadline: On a rolling basis

The Hague Institute for Global Justice is currently accepting applications for a Program Intern and a Communications Intern. The Hague Institute for Global Justice offers genuine supervision of the internship, a dynamic and flexible work environment, and motivated and energetic staff. Interns provide crucial support to the operations of The Hague Institute and are supported by staff who help interns to develop skills in research, project management and event organization.

Internships should last at least three months and may be extended. In addition to a stipend, The Hague Institute provides interns with lunch as well as access to the Institute’s high-level events. Currently, The Hague Institute recruits interns on a rolling basis to one of two positions:

Program Intern

Duties and responsibilities

Interns contribute approximately 35 hours per week to the Institute. They assist research staff with the following tasks:

  • Research
  • Drafting of reports, policy briefs and other publications
  • Organization of expert meetings/ events
  • Administration

Qualifications/ Criteria for Selection

  • At least a Bachelor’s level degree in the field of public international law, international relations, political sciences, conflict studies, or related disciplines. Applications from current undergraduates are also welcomed.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the mission and objectives of The Hague Institute and a strong desire to work in the field of peace and justice.
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Knowledge of the English language (fluent) and preferably one other official language of the UN

 

Communications Intern

Duties and responsibilities

Interns contribute approximately 35 hours per week to the Institute. They assist Communications staff with the following tasks:

  • Event organization, management and implementation
  • Media relations, including print and digital
  • Social media outreach
  • Publications (including editing and project management)

Qualifications/ Criteria for Selection

At least a Bachelor’s level degree in communications, marketing, public international law, international relations, political sciences, conflict studies, or related disciplines. Applications from current undergraduates are also welcomed.
Demonstrated commitment to the mission and objectives of The Hague Institute and a strong desire to work in the field of peace and justice.

  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Knowledge of the English language (fluent) and preferably one other official language of the UN

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