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The International Crisis Group’s Central Africa Job is trying to find a voluntary intern to help its Job Director and Experts in their everyday activities. This is a desk-based position that needs a natural style for political dispute analysis, versatility, intelligence and effort, and provides an outstanding chance for somebody to learn more about dispute analysis and advocacy work and gain important experience in a prominent global NGO.
The voluntary internship would match a multilingual French/English master trainee and/or prospect with a current undergrad or academic degree in global relations, government or associated fields, looking for to acquire experience in a hectic, global NGO working to avoid war and shape peace worldwide. We are trying to find somebody to begin in April and will be based in the organisation’s Nairobi workplace.
Obligations consist of:.
Keeping track of political advancements in the Central Africa area by means of online sources;.
Offering help modifying reports and instructions on dispute concerns, and other files produced by Africa program personnel;.
Preparing advocacy and research study products and participating in conferences with/on behalf of the Crisis Group personnel;.
Helping with performing weekly press evaluations and making up regular monthly scenario reports; and.
Other administrative jobs as needed.
Certifications consist of:.
Exceptional spoken and written command of French and English; understanding of regional language (s) is an included benefit;.
Research study and organizational abilities;.
Capability to sum up info;.
Tested research study abilities in global relations or a comparable topic, dispute analysis or human rights work;.
A capability to deal with confidence and promptly with a range of requiring jobs;.
Shown interest in and understanding of the Central Africa area.
To learn more:.
Check Out the Authorities Website of the International Crisis Group’s Central Africa Job Volunteer Internship.