Human Dignity is a French association working for the progressive realization of economic and social rights in sub-Saharan Africa.
Since the end of 2019, we are implementing a two-year project aimed at promoting ESC rights in 6 countries in sub-Saharan Africa and training representatives of NGOs and French-speaking media.
We are looking for a dynamic and motivated person to join us as a part-time intern as soon as possible and provide support for the implementation of this project. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the promotion and defense of ESCR, whose neglect has exacerbated the consequences of the current pandemic.
Human Dignity is looking for an intern for a period of 6 months. Under the guidance and responsibility of the director, the intern will perform the following missions:
- support the director in the implementation of the project (legal research, mission and training organizations, writing mission reports, partners support)
- participate in the daily management of the association and the ESCR platform created by the association and composed of 14 associations from sub-Saharan Africa
Profile / experience
- Compulsory internship agreement
- Master’s degree in human rights required; candidates not possessing / not preparing this diploma will not be preselected
- Good organizational and editorial skills; force of proposal
- Fluency in English and French required (fluent written and oral level in English required)
- Mastery of Pack office
- Ability to work remotely, within a decentralized team
- Remote work given the health context.
- Part time: 28h / week from Monday to Thursday
- 6-month agreement internship
- Desired start date: as soon as possible
- compensation at the legal rate
- For French residents: French restaurant ticket of 8 euros supported at 60%
How to apply
Documents to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible and by 5 March at the latest under the reference “rights promotion intern”:
- a cover letter in English
- a curriculum vitae in French
Human Dignity reserves the right to finalise the process before 5 March 2021.