Internship at the ILO on ‘Care Jobs and Care Economy’

by | Jun 8, 2017

The International Labour Organization is working on a report “Care Jobs and the Care Economy” to be published in March 2018. They are searching for an intern to work with during the drafting phase. The paid internship will be of a duration of 6 months, starting at the latest on 1 August 2017, with a monthly stipend of CHF 2,200.  The internship will be at the Gender, Equality and Diversity & ILOAID Branch.

Candidate requirements:

PhD recent graduate or PhD candidate (in her/his last year), in economics or social sciences

Research work on care policies, care jobs or gender and work issues

Outstanding writing skills in English, other UN languages preferable

Excellent research skills, possibly with a quantitative background

Candidates should send their CVs to  no later than 30th June. Candidates should also make sure to fill their application in at as soon as the Internships roster opens (during the month of June).

Share this:


Submit a Comment

Related Content

Rhodes House features OxHRH and OPBP

Rhodes House features OxHRH and OPBP

Rhodes House has featured the work of the OxHRH and OPBP in a new video. Present and past Rhodes Scholars discuss ...
Can Courts Review National Security?

Can Courts Review National Security?

On 9th June, Dr. David Scharia gave a talk to OxHRH members on whether courts could review national security. In
Kwibuka Rwanda-Remembering Rwanda Event

Kwibuka Rwanda-Remembering Rwanda Event

3-5pm, Mansfield College: Opening prayers; panel discussion; survivor testimony; and candle lighting. With ...