Online Global Internship Program Human Rights

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25 Sep 2017

Do you want a career in human rights? Are you interested to volunteer for an International Network?

Now is your chance! Complete the form until 25 September 2017 and join the Online Global Internship Program: https://tinyurl.com/y938cfam

For more information about the internship program, read the following article: http://blog.butterflydreamer.eu/global-internship-program-…/

Start date:

2st of October 2017 and end date: 1st of December 2017.

Description:

Butterfly Dreamer Network’s goal is to prepare, promote and implement community at all levels, projects for the development of educational activities, upgrading the community at a European level, youth, social, community development, infrastructure, agriculture and obtain necessary internal and external funding in their progress. The main objective of the network is targeting the communities in terms of cultural, artistic, religious, infrastructure, education, education, youth, research, physical education, health, environment, economic and social development, defense and promotion of the professional or business.

What we offer:

  • An online unpaid internship for two months in the domain of human rights, international human rights, minorities rights and children rights
  • Processing data
  • Writing reports and analyzing documents
  • Creating communication and design materials related to human rights
  • Supporting social media advertising
  • Team work
  • Project management information and tasks in the field of human rights
  • At the end of the internship, the candidate will receive a certificate of completion the internship, letter of recommendation and its request, and a volunteer contract without end date, if the candidate would like to remain a volunteer for the association

Candidate profile and qualifications:

  • High- school student or be enrolled in a university or a graduate person
  • Able to communicate fluently in English
  • Good communication skills and strong attention to details
  • IT skills such as Microsoft Office
  • Commitment 2-6 hours / per week

Special mentions:

  • Candidates from Africa, Nepal, Pakistan, India, South America and other countries such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, as well as NON EUROPEAN UNION citizens and United States citizens will have priority with their application.
  • Minorities will have priority with their application.
  • Candidates who are in the first and second year of university will have priority with their application.
  • Butterfly Dreamer Network offers equal chances to any volunteer, therefore we encourage anyone to apply.
  • Incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration.

Please complete the following form and our team will contact you: https://tinyurl.com/y938cfam !

  1. Purpose of the internship programme:
  • To give chances to youngsters to learn more about the field of human rights
  • To receive trainings and to contribute to the Butterfly Dreamer Network’s work related to human rights
  • To help youngsters develop their academic experience in a specific field and gain experience in the field of human rights
  1. Internship coordinators:
  • Ghita Petrus, CEO and Project Manager Butterfly Dreamer Network
  • Delia Stamate, Board Member Butterfly Dreamer Network and Project Coordinator of Global Internship Program
  • Miruna Apetroaei, Local Project Coordinator Butterfly Dreamer Network
  1. Specific tasks for the candidates:
  • creating on-line campaigns based on human rights
  • creating short videos to promote non-formal education in the field of human rights
  • implementing workshops related to non-formal education in the field of international human rights, minorities rights
  • creating a database related to ngo’s in their countries active in the field of human rights
  • creating manuals / handbooks related to the participation of young people
  • creating researches in their countries related to non-formal education law and the legal aspects of youth work
  • participating in European projects (optional)

 

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