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Throughout the academic year we offer undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to work in our Kampala offices.
We do our best to match the student's interests and abilities, and responsibilities may include assisting with administrative tasks, conducting research, writing newsletter articles and translation. Internships are unpaid, but academic credit may be sought through your university. Upon the satisfactory completion of the internship we will provide an evaluation if required for obtaining university credit and/or letters of reference for prospective employers.
All applicants should be well-organised, self-motivated and reliable, with a strong interest in international human rights and refugee issues. Relevant coursework is highly desirable, and knowledge of a foreign language (Arabic or French, for instance) is a plus. Computer skills and the ability to conduct internet research are required.
If you are interested, please send a cover letter describing your skills and interests and a resume to info - at- refugee-rights.org.
Before applying please note that we are unable to assist with travel expenses and/or finding accommodation.