Vacancies

Visual Communications Intern - Geneva

ISHR's Geneva's office is offering a visual communications internship as of September 2017. This internship with ISHR offers a unique opportunity for communications students to be involved in and learn about the communications activities of a leading international human rights non-governmental organisation. Deadline for application: Friday 16 June, 8PM, Geneva time. More information here.  

Visual Communications Intern - New York 

ISHR's New York office is offering a visual communications internship as of September 2017. This internship with ISHR offers a unique opportunity for communications students to be involved in and learn about the communications activities of a leading international human rights non-governmental organisation. More information here.  

Program Intern - New York 

The ISHR Human Rights Defenders Internship provides invaluable training and experience for a recent graduate preparing for a career in international human rights. Through a combination of research and analysis, advocacy, capacity building, and media work, the Intern will work closely with the two ISHR program staff in the New York Office, contributing to our work supporting human rights defenders, strengthening human rights systems, building and leading human rights coalitions. 

Applications close on 30 June 2017. Download the full job description for details and instructions on how to apply.

Program Intern - Geneva

ISHR is an independent, non-profit organization with offices in Geneva and New York. ISHR is looking for programme interns for its GENEVA office. This internship offers a unique opportunity to view the United Nations human rights system at work in Geneva.

Applications close on 11 June 2017For more information about the internship and how to apply, please click here.

Human Rights Defenders Fellowship - Geneva or New York 

The ISHR Human Rights Defenders Fellowship provides invaluable training and experience for a recent graduate preparing for a career in international human rights. Through a combination of research and analysis, advocacy, capacity building, and media work, the Fellow will work closely with the ISHR Director and program staff, contributing to our work supporting human rights defenders, strengthening human rights systems, building and leading human rights coalitions, and responding to significant and systemic situations of concern. The Fellowship is a 12-month position. The Fellow will be based in either Geneva or New York (contingent in part on work authorization). Some international travel may be required depending on the project(s) and role assigned to the Fellow.  How to apply.