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We are a growing network of NGOs and we’d love to hear from you!
Are you a student looking for an internship?
We accept interns on a rolling basis - and we promise you: it’s a fulfilling and fun experience!
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There are many opportunities: get in touch!
Our current open positions
The objective of the internship program with CILD is to learn how to communicate in a complex civil society organization dealing with human rights.
Interns will receive hands-on training, in the promotion of human rights, civil society, and access to information, including but not limited to the formulation of a comprehensive strategy communications, and the research and writing involved in CILD activities.
With supervision by a mentor, interns will learn about the various tools available for researching issues and engaging in communication related to human rights initiatives. Over the course of the internship, they will gain an in-depth understanding of the human rights community—ranging from cultural initiatives to online platforms for debate and discussion.
Duties and responsibilities :
- writing and editing blogposts;
- help updating and maintaining CILD website;
- helping managing CILD social media channels;
- draft content for other communications and development materials as assigned;
- assist with creation and maintenance of media lists;
- support the organization and promotion of events.
- degree in communication and media studies, journalism, international affairs, or other appropriate field
- excellent written and oral communication skills
- excellent English-language skills (if an English mothertongue, a good working knowledge of Italian is preferred)
- ability to work as a team member and independently, with high level of self-motivation and efficiently in a fast-paced environment,
- proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite
- proficiency working in a CMS preferred
- willingness to travel for work
- interest in immigrants’ rights, freedom of expression, anti-discrimination, criminal justice