Vacancies

Training and Advocacy support manager - Geneva

This position has primary responsibility for the design, implementation, evaluation and enhancement of ISHR’s human rights defender support programme. The position also has responsibility for developing methodologies and building capacities and capabilities among ISHR staff to provide training and support to defenders, as well as supporting other staff in the delivery of programmes. The Manager will work closely with programmatic staff to ensure that ISHR’s training and capacity building activities are adapted to the situation and needs of defenders. The Manager will increase and enhance the information, resources, advice and support that ISHR provides online. The position therefore involves working closely with ISHR’s communications team to produce manuals, newsletters and other resources and materials to inform and capacitate defenders. Deadline for applications: 3 February. How to apply : click here.  Get more information on the position: click here

Visual communications Internship - Geneva

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. The intern will be based at ISHR’s Geneva office and will receive exposure to the international human rights non-governmental community. Deadline for applications: 9 February. How to apply.

Programme Internships - New York

The internship offers a unique opportunity to view the United Nations human rights system at work in New York. It provides hands-on experience working for an international non-governmental organisation as well as the opportunity to contribute 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. How to apply.

Programme Internships - Geneva 

The ISHR Programme internships offer a unique opportunity to view the United Nations human rights system at work in Geneva. They provide hands-on experience working for an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) as well as the opportunity to contribute to our work supporting human rights defenders, strengthening human rights systems, building and leading human rights coalitions, and responding to significant and systemic human rights concern. How to apply.