With the aim of achieving an ethnic and gender balance in its team, ENAR endeavours to provide an optimum social and learning environment to all of its interns. People from groups affected by racial, ethnic or religious discrimination are especially encouraged to join our team.
Interested applicants should send their application with an estimated date by which they would be able to start the internship.
Applications, including a CV and a cover letter are to be sent to ENAR, 67 Rue Ducale
5th floor B-1000 Brussels, or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for applications is 30 November 2016 (midnight Belgian time)
We require a written agreement between the intern’s university/school, ENAR and the intern. The internship should be for a period of at least 4 months. Please note that internships are unpaid.
The intern would support the Senior Research Officer and the Secretariat based on ENAR’s current work programme. Key activities include:
Undertaking specific research concerning relevant topics at EU and national levels concerning racism, equal treatment and other related issues
Drafting factsheets, infographics and displaying data in a meaningful way using text, video or other formats
Updating and monitoring the ENAR anti-racism database that includes data on racism and discrimination
Supporting in the design and administration of conferences, events and relevant meetings
Updating and monitoring ENAR’s advocacy calendar
Participating in any other tasks related to the post as deemed necessary and appropriate by the Director, Deputy Directors and Officers according to the particular skills and competencies of the intern
University degree in political science, international relations, or migration and diaspora studies
A good understanding of different research methods and strong knowledge of data visualization, infographics and data reporting is a distinct advantage.
Excellent English proficiency with proven writing skills
Good knowledge of human rights, discrimination, anti-racism and the European institutions
Diligence, accuracy, attention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines
Committed and flexible team-player, able to work in a multicultural environment
Committed to the struggle against racism and the promotion of equal rights.
ENAR has a permanent staff team of less than ten persons and as such, interns become fully integrated and key team players. We have always welcomed interns because we value their insight as newcomers to the team and appreciate their suggestions.
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