Internship at the European Human Rights Advocacy Centre

by | Oct 8, 2015

The European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (EHRAC) is inviting applications from graduates and post-graduates for a six-month human rights programme internship with the Oak Foundation. The internship programme is administered by the European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (EHRAC) who have benefitted from the support of the Oak Foundation for nine years.

For the full role description and information about how to apply, please visit here.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 4th November 2015. Applications should consist of a CV and covering letter, be addressed to Sophie Rust, and sent to ehrac@mdx.ac.uk. Applications received after this date cannot be considered. Long listed candidates will be invited to a 1 day assessment in the w/c 23 November at EHRAC’s offices in Hendon, London.

Shortlisted candidates will then be invited to attend an interview at the Oak Foundation offices in central London the w/c 14 December.

We anticipate that the successful candidate will begin their internship in early January 2016, and will work at the Oak Foundation’s central London office for 4-5 days per week, from 9am to 5pm, for a period of six months.

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