The UNHCR is looking for an Admin Assistant and a Senior Protection Assistant for their offices in Rome and Catania, Italy. If you are interested in a career in human rights protection, this is a great opportunity to develop your potential. The deadline is approaching, hurry up!

 

For more opportunities go to: International Organizations

 

Organization: The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) was created in 1950, during the aftermath of the Second World War, to help millions of Europeans who had fled or lost their homes. For over half a century, UNHCR has helped millions of people to restart their lives. They include refugees, returnees, stateless people, the internally displaced and asylum-seekers. UNHCR works in 128 countries around the world, from major capitals to remote and often dangerous locations to make sure that the 1951 Refugee Convention is honored. Just over seven per cent of staff are based at UNHCR’s Geneva headquarters. Along with the Global Service Centres in Budapest, Copenhagen and Amman, these people provide support for the rest of UNHCR, including key administrative functions. A massive 87 per cent of staff are based in the field, assisting the most vulnerable victims of displacement.



Duty Station:

- Rome, Italy: Senior Protection Assistant

- Catania, Italy: Admin Assistant

 

Open To: All candidates who have the right to work in Italy

 

Timeframe: The selected candidates will start as soon as possible, preferably between end-February and beg-March

 

Deadline: the deadline for both positions is 22 January 2019

 

Job description:

The responsibilities of the Senior Protection Assistant include but are not limited to:

- Assist functional units, the Multi-Functional Team (MFT) and senior management to integrate participatory and community-based approaches in the overall protection delivery strategy

- Assist in initiatives with host communities to involve national civil society groups in the protection of persons of concern

- Support implementing and operational partners

- Support efforts to build the office capacity for community-based protection.

- Support communities in establishing representation and coordination structures

- Assist in the analysis that identifies the capacities of communities of concern and risks they face

- Collect data for monitoring of programmes and budgets from an AGD perspective.

- Draft and type routine correspondence, documents and reports using word processing equipment and maintain up-to-date filing systems

 

The responsibilities of the Admin Assistant include but are not limited to:

- Assist with administrative and logistical arrangements for internal and external meetings and events.

- Facilitate various official missions of UNHCR staff and other persons of concern to UNHCR.

- Assist in arranging movements of UNHCR staff and monitor their attendance records, leave plans, overtime.

- Assist in the preparation, collation and review of travel claims and supporting documentation.

- Arrange appointments and maintaining office calendar, keeping and updating contact lists of relevant counterparts.

- Draft correspondence, reports, and justifications on general administrative tasks as required.

- Support in filing and disseminating UNHCR policies and documents, on the basis of Supervisor’s instructions. Provide clerical assistance to the office to ensure that routine services and activities are properly implemented.

 

Qualifications:

-  Minimum 4 years (for secondary education holder) or 3 years (for secondary education and certificate/training holder) of previous job experience relevant to the function;

- Fluency in English and Italian;

- Computer skills (MS office and People soft applications)

- Flexibility and adaptability;

- Good interpersonal, communication and team working skills.

 

Wage:

- Admin Assistant: UNOPS Local Individual Contractor Agreement (L-ICA, level 4)

- Senior Protection Assistant: Level G-5

For more info on the UN Compensation Classification, please refer to this link

 

Application process: To apply, please download the Personal History Form (PHF) and Supplementary Sheet at: http://italy.unhcr.io/land.php. Then signup/login and complete the online application form.

 

Useful links: Full vacancy details for Senior Protection Assistant

Full vacancy details for Admin Assistant

 

Contact Information:

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One person in three in the world lives in poverty. Oxfam is determined to change that world by mobilizing the power of people against poverty. Make a difference and help Oxfam in his challenge, candidates now for an internship.

For more opportunities go to: OO.II

Organization: Oxfam is an international confederation of 19 organizations working together with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries. One person in three in the world lives in poverty. Oxfam is determined to change that world by mobilizing the power of people against poverty. Around the globe, Oxfam works to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive. They save lives and help rebuild livelihoods when crisis strikes. And They campaign so that the voices of the poor influence the local and global decisions that affect them. In all they do, Oxfam works with partner organizations and alongside vulnerable women and men to end the injustices that cause poverty.

 

Duty Station: Brussels, Belgium

 

Open To: all those who are students, diplomates or graduates

 

Timeframe: not available

 

Deadline: expires on 13 Febraury 2019

Job description: Interns  have an opportunity  to be involved in a  project that meet their  personal development plans   as well as gaining exposure   to many aspects of Oxfam International’s  EU Advocacy Office’s work and activities, in  the context of the worldwide Oxfam confederation. In particular:
- to provide media and communications support to the OI EU Advocacy office on a wide range of policy areas from food security to tax justice, including on migration;
- to acquire practical knowledge of media and communications too is which play a key  role in Oxfam’s overall advocacy strategy towards the EU Institutions and governments;

 

Qualifications: the requirements for the internship with Oxfam are:
- to have educational  background in communications  / journalism with an interest  in international politics and  development; or educational background in international  politics and development with an interest in communications  / journalism;
- to have Fluent level  written and oral English  language skills. Good knowledge  of French is a plus;
- to have social media, layout/design, photo and/or video editing as well as multimedia skills  are highly desirable, and a strong command of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) is a must;
- to have basic knowledge of EU decision making politics and processes;
- to have effective team player with the ability to work and think independently, to help coordinating work in a team, and to be resourceful and proactive.

 

Wage/fees: the internship involves a remuneration of EUR 1140 net per month and the benefits in line with Oxfam values & according to location

 

Application process: to access the internship you need to click on the "apply" button to start the application process. Then  send your Curriculum Vitae and answers to the questions below in one PDF document named [first name last name].pdf to the email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

Useful links:

Intership profile- Oxfam
About Oxfam
Apply now

Contact Information:

Oxfam International Headquarters
The Atrium, Chaka Road Kilimani,
Nairobi, Kenya
Telephone: +254 (0) 20 2820000
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The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights is looking for a student of social sciences or similar for an internship at the Geneva office in Switzerland

 

For more opportunities go to: International Organizations

 

Organization: The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is the principal UN entity for human rights. The General Assembly entrusted the High Commissioner and his Office with a single mandate to promote and protect human rights; its program aims to guarantee its protection and benefit to all individuals.

If you want to read more about Human Rights, read our article, edited on 10th December to celebrate the international day of Human Rights.

Duty Station: Geneva, Switzerland

 

Open To: The offer is aimed at students enrolled in:

- specialization program (master or equivalent) o;

- last year of university (triennial) o;

- graduate, if selected to start the internship within one year from the graduation date.

The ideal candidate is a student of law, political science, international relations, social sciences or similar.

 

Timeframe: The internship has a minimum duration of 3 months which can be extended to 6; please the candidate to enter their availability in the registration letter.

 

Deadline: 24 January 2019

 

Job description: The tasks assigned to the trainee will depend on the individual course of study, may include but are not limited to:

 

- undertaking research, analysis and assistance in the drafting of reports, guidance on women's issues, eg women, peace and security;

- provide substantive and logistical assistance to the organization of expert group meetings, workshops…;

- liaise with OHCHR field officers in the inter-agency meetings, meetings with permanent missions and with human rights activists;

- assist with the promotion of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights to Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP)...;

- support in the organization of the annual Fellowship Program for African descent and management of the Anti-Discrimination Database;

- and Perform other related duties requested by supervisor, as appropriate.

 

Qualifications: The ideal candidate has the following requirements:

- excellent knowledge of the computer in standard software applications;

- strong interest in the work of the United Nations;

- ability to interact successfully with individuals of different social context;

- excellent command of English and / or French (working languages of the United Nations Secretariat); the knowledge of another official language of the United Nations will be considered an advantage.

 

Fees: The internship is not remunerated

 

Application process: To apply, register with Inspira, the official UN portal. To register correctly, attach a cover letter in which you specify:

- area of interest and date of availability;

- motivation and interest to be selected for the traineeship;

- title and date of graduation and / or study program currently in progress;

- ability in information technology (IT) programs.

 

Useful links:

Link of the offer

About High Commission for Human Rights          

 

Contact Information:

Address: Palais des Nations,

1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland.

P: +41 (0) 22 917 1234

F: +41 (0) 22 917 0123

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 "Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home -- so close and so small that they cannot be seen on any maps of the world. [...] Unless these rights have meaning there, they have little meaning anywhere. Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home, we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world." -- Eleanor Roosevelt

 

Today, December 10th, the International Human Rights Day occurs just as every year. It is an important day for human beings, all of them, and despite those rights  being also known as fundamental rights of every human being, men, women, children, without making differentiations based on race, gender, language, religion ... unfortunately they are not yet recognized as they should. That 10th of December 1948, when the United Nations Assembly proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was drawn up by people with different and distant cultural backgrounds, we have been shown instead how we can be aware of what is right or wrong and how we can be united after a tragic and wearying event like World War II. This December 10th though adds something more; the Universal Declaration of Human Rights celebrates its 70th birthday. This merry event cheers us up a little and reminds us that this valuable document based on dignity, equality and respect towards and for all individuals, affects us closely and if we get to know it and appreciate it will empower us to assert our most important rights and values. The United Nations commemorates this day with numerous events around the world; from Europe to Africa, from the United States to Asia and back to South America. These events can be consulted on the website edited ad hoc by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights - OHCHR - which promotes the 'Stand up 4 Human Rights' campaign which, in this digitalized era, has been diligently furnished with the related tag #Standup4humanrights. In Italy this day  will also be commemorated in 80 Italian cities by a torchlight procession organized by some of the major well known NGOs such as ActionAid, Amnesty International Italy, Caritas, EMERGENCY, Oxfam, which invite people to join the event which carries the title ‘Diritti a testa alta’, #Dirittiatestaalta, with the message that "today more than ever it is urgent to recover the principles of humanity and civil cohabitation that are the fundamentals of the Declaration and that the rhetoric of fear is trying to dismantle". The list of  the citys' squares is available at this link. We therefore welcome the invitation that the organizations from all over the world pass on to us; let’s use this day to think about the immense power that the Declaration bestows on humanity above all in the valorization of dignity.

 

Edited by Ludovica Mango

 

For curiosities about a breaf history of the Declaration read our article: Human Rights History in pills in the section International Organizations

"All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and must act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. »
This is what is mentioned in the first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights signed in Paris on December 10th, 1948, whose drafting was promoted by the United Nations for application in all member states. The Declaration of Human Rights is an ethical code of fundamental historical importance: for the first time in the history of humanity, in fact, a document that concerned all the people of the world without distinction was produced; for the first time it was written that there are rights that every human being must be able to enjoy for the only reason of existing. Every year on December 10th the International Day of Human Rights is celebrated, to commemorate the proclamation  of this important document.

The aim of this day is to educate and raise awareness about respect for men as such and to remember the steps taken by society towards the respect of all human beings, against slavery and the abolition of individual rights. It is no coincidence that the day presents itself as a moment of confrontation and reflection to pay tribute to all human rights defenders who, through their actions, struggle to put an end to discrimination and injustice.
In 1993, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) was established to protect and promote human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration.
The Declaration of Human Rights serves as an inspiring muse for another international treaty, namely the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECHR); adopted in the Council of Europe and signed in Rome on the 4th of November 1950, it can be defined as the purest and most complete form of protection of human rights, as it is legally binding. This Convention has made possible the creation of the European Court of Human Rights in 1959, which is based in Strasbourg and has as its main objective the respect of the rights established by the same Cedu. To protect human rights in Europe, the European Union Agency for Human Rights was set up in 2007, as an evolution of the European Monitoring Center on Racism and Xenophobia.

Human rights are the foundations of freedom, peace, development and justice and it is essential to make laws to protect and support human rights, just as men and women who are courageously struggling to protect their own and others' rights.

A number of UN peacekeeping operations have a human rights component. In total, UN activities in the field of human rights are currently carried out on the territory of 30 nations. They contribute to strengthening national capacities in the areas of human rights legislation, administration and education; investigate violations that are reported and assist governments in taking corrective measures where they are needed. The International Day of Human Rights is therefore one of the flagship events in the calendar of the United Nations headquarters and is honored with high-profile political conferences and cultural events such as exhibitions or concerts on the subject of human rights. Furthermore, the two most important awards in this field are traditionally attributed in this day, namely the UN Human Rights Prize, awarded in New York, and the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway. We also have links to the Vienna Declaration and Action Program (VDPA) adopted by the Vienna World Conference on Human Rights in 1993; this meeting marked a fundamental moment to reaffirm the importance of the value of cooperation and to develop awareness of the North-South cleavage, as well as constituted a significant turning point in attitudes towards women.
Until now, human rights have rarely figured in the diagnoses or recipes suggested by the international community; instead, it would be good for governments to invest in human rights with the same conviction with which they invest in economic recovery.
The international law is clear: "Whoever you are, wherever you live, your voice counts".

 

Useful Links: some of the international organizations and NGO’s which are involved directly in human rights:

- United Nations Office of the High Commissiones for Human Rights - OHCHR

- European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

- Corte Europea dei Diritti dell'Uomo

- Amnesty International

- Human Rights Watch

- Human Rights Action Center

- OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights

- Human Rights Without Frontiers

- Asian Human Rights Commision

- African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights

- Council of Europe

 

Read our article dedicated to the International Day of Human Rights: 10th of December 2018: 70 years of Human Rights Day in the section International Organizations





What is that brings more than a hundred young students from all over the world to gather in Rome and spend four days intensively working together? Surely the hope to gain professional skills and access to useful networks, but I think that there is something more that connects all the participants of the International Careers Festival: the idea that we can all learn something from each other, and that our diversity will bring us new ideas and perspectives. We are all human beings, different but so similar to each other, and we know that we all deserve mutual trust and respect. I could bet that all the participants of this extraordinary festival have this same belief, and that’s why so many activities and projects are focused on the topic of Human Rights. Indeed, many of the students have chosen to participate in the International Careers Course or in the Model United Nations to simulate the work of those figures who promote and protect Human Rights, like diplomats, NGOs, and major representative institutions.

Professionals from a wide range of institutions have come to the festival each day, and have been a source of great inspiration; for instance, Giulia Pirozzi, the Individual Activism Officer of Amnesty International Italia. Her experience and success in the field of international cooperation and Human Rights have allowed her to give precious advice both to the International Careers Course participants and to the MUN members. During our interview she has indeed called for more dialogue between various international institutions, and has encouraged the MUN members to develop this aspect in their simulation, to produce a concrete change in the future.

Human Rights are frequently endangered in conflict situations, and for this reason the institutions responsible of handling crisis and conducting military operations must commit to the protection of civil population in these scenarios. Doctor Guillaume Lasconjarias, researcher at the NATO Defense College, has explained that not only NATO is committed to the avoidance of any civilian victim, but is also actively promoting the well being of communities endangered by the war: the Cultural Protection Programs focuses exactly on the preservation of civil heritage and cultural properties, to guarantee that, after the end of conflicts, civilians still have places where to reconnect to their historical and social background.

All the students that participate to the Rome Model United Nations consider the protection and promotion of human rights as an essential feature of the UN, but the ones who are part of the UNHCR committee are especially aware of their importance, since refugees are too often stripped of their liberties, and may suffer terrible abuses. The Italian student Flavia Minelli has chosen to take part in the UNHCR simulation since, as she told us, refugees and displaced people don’t have any kind of representation, and they rely entirely on international organizations. The only way to address the issue is therefore a joint effort between NGOs, governments, and supranational organization like the UN.

In a world where diversity is frequently linked with prejudice and discrimination, the awareness and commitment of these young people are more important than ever. That’s why projects as the International Careers Festival are so significant: they reunite all these young adults, so that they can be inspired by each other, exchange ideas and approaches, and continue their lives even more prepared and motivated. As Malala Yousafzai used to say: “One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world”.

 

Teresa Trallori

Team 5 - Press Game

 

Interested in migration, human rights and social research? apply to this position with Impact Initiative!

 

For other similar opportunities go to International Organizations page

Organization: IMPACT Initiatives is a humanitarian think tank, based in Geneva, Switzerland. The organisation manages several initiatives, including the REACH Initiative, which was created in 2010 to facilitate the development of information tools and products that enhance the capacity of aid actors to make evidence - based decisions in emergency, recovery and development contexts. The IMPACT team comprises specialists in data collection, management and analysis, GIS and remote - sensing

 

Duty Station: Palermo

 

Deadline:02/02/2018

 

When: 12th February 2018

 

open to: individuals with possesing requirements

 

Job description:  Reporting to the Field Manager in Palermo, the Data collector will be responsible for the implementation of REACH’s data collection in the field. The role will entail going to migrant reception centres and interviewing child and youth migrants on the basis of predefined questionnaires. Interviews may take the form of one-by-one questionnaires on mobile phone devices (provided). Extensive training on these data collection methods will be provided, however, after initial supervision and guidance, prospective candidates must feel confident to go to migrant centres alone. This role requires strong interpersonal skills, as data collectors will be required to approach children and teenagers for interview who may be in a very tense environment. For this reason, preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate previous experience of working with children and/or teenagers in difficult environments. Further, the role requires solid negotiation skills in negotiating access and maintaining good working relationships with reception centre authorities (data collectors will be supported in gaining formal authorisation to enter the centres). The office of the organisation will be located in Palermo, Italy, however, Data collectors are required to be available for quick deployment all over Sicily. As such, Data collectors should be available to travel upon request; any car travel will be reimbursed.

The Data collector will be responsible for:

1) Primary data collection

- Conduct face to face interviews with children/youth in reception centres

- Ensure anonymity of respondents and develop relationship of trust and safe space during data collection exercise with respondents

- Accurate recording of data collected

- Provide daily feedback to the Field Manager regarding any challenges faced during data collection (incl. tool development, stakeholder and respondent management)

- Ensure prompt transcript of the notes and accuracy of the data collected

- Be available to follow up on missing/incongruent information, as required

2) Representation of the organisation

- Liaise and maintain good relationships with the management of migration centres to ensure access

- Develop good relationships with members of the migrant community

 

Qualification:

Required:

- Working knowledge of Italian

- Fluency in at least two of the following languages: English, French, Arabic.

- Strong representation and interpersonal skills

- Attention to detail

- Previous experience working with children/teenagers

- Ability to operate in a cross - cultural environment requiring flexibility

- Drivers licence and confidence to drive alone in the city & countryside

- Availability to travel across Sicily on a regular basis

- Ability to work independently and confidence to go alone to migrant reception centres

- Computer literacy to be able to work on smart phone based data collection applications

- Valid work permit

 

Desirable:

- Demonstrated interest in quantitative and/or qualitative research skills

- Previous work experience in migration, ideally, in the refugee crisis response either as part of an NGO

or volunteer

- Previous work experience in counselling and education projects with children

 

 Application process: Send  in English, your cover letter, CV, and three references in English  to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The reference "Ref: 18/ITA/RDT1" should be indiciated in the mail subject line

 

Further information:   Data collectors should be available to travel upon request; any car travel will be reimbursed.

The  selected candidate will be legally contracted by IMPACT in-country implementing partner

 

Useful Link:

Impact Initiative

L’Università UCAM offre il Master's in Business Administration, il Master’s in European Union Studies and Human Rights e il Bachelor in Business Administration, programmi interamente in inglese e con pratica in Aziende ed Istituzioni Internazionali

 

La Spagna è al terzo posto tra i paesi europei per maggior numero di studenti stranieri grazie ad un sistema universitario di alta qualità.

I titoli ottenuti in Spagna, oltre ad essere riconosciuti in Europa, hanno un valore importante per i mercati emergenti dell’America Latina ma anche per gli Stati Uniti, la Russia, l’India e la Cina.

La UCAM, Università Cattolica di Murcia, si caratterizza per un’alta qualità formativa, un’attenzione personalizzata allo studente ed un forte legame con il mondo del lavoro.

 

L’Università Cattolica di Murcia, offre 54 Master e 30 corsi di Laurea, in inglese e spagnolo.

Tra i Master e corsi di Laurea in lingua inglese, i seguenti sono particolarmente indicati per chi vuole intraprendere una carriera internazionale: MBA - Master's in Business Administration, Master’s in European Union Studies and Human Rights, e, per gli studenti non laureati, il Bachelor in Business Administration.

 

MBA - Master's of Business Administration

 Il Full-time MBA - Master in Business Administration - della UCAM è stato strutturato per sviluppare il potenziale di leadership dei partecipanti, dando loro una prospettiva globale, preparandoli, con un approccio basato su situazioni reali, ad un mercato del lavoro in continuo cambiamento.

Il programma, interamente impartito in inglese e della durata di un anno, è stato ideato per offrire una solida preparazione nell’amministrazione di impresa. Il Full-time MBA offre 360 ore di lezione, un minimo di 150 ore di tirocinio in aziende nazionali ed internazionali e 990 ore di lavoro pratico, individuale o di gruppo.

Questo MBA offre ai laureati provenienti da diversi background accademici - giurisprudenza, comunicazione, ingegneria, arte e salute, solo per citarne alcuni - la possibilità di sviluppare ulteriormente la loro carriera professionale.

Il Master, infatti, prepara gli studenti ad avviare un'attività in proprio come imprenditori, lavorare come

amministratori d’impresa, economisti, amministratori di progetto ed esperti in risorse umane, o a ricoprire qualsiasi altra posizione manageriale in un'azienda.

Per raggiungere questo obiettivo, il corpo docente è composto sia da accademici che da dirigenti di imprese che sanno assistere gli studenti nello sviluppo delle loro conoscenze nel campo del  business.

Con un totale di 60 CFU, il MBA è un Master ufficiale riconosciuto in tutta Europa ed offre accesso diretto ai programmi di dottorato offerti dall’Università.

Può accedere al Master chiunque sia interessato ad internazionalizzare il proprio curriculum, e a migliorare le proprie prospettive di carriera internazionale. Per accedere è necessario avere una Laurea Triennale o Magistrale, in qualsiasi settore, e la conoscenza della lingua inglese a livello B2.  

Le iscrizioni sono già aperte. Selezioneremo un massimo di 25 studenti; il costo è di 8.900 €

 

Master’s in European Union Studies and Human Rights

 Il Master’s in European Union Studies and Human Rights ha un approccio multidisciplinare che permette agli studenti di ottenere una conoscenza a 360 gradi dell'Unione Europea. Si tratta di un percorso che fornisce ai partecipanti la preparazione teorica e pratica per lavorare, tra gli altri, nelle Istituzioni europee, in Organizzazioni internazionali e nella gestione di progetti europei.

E’ un programma innovativo, il cui corpo docente include accademici di alto livello specializzati nei diversi ambiti dell’Unione Europea e professionisti impegnati in Istituzioni internazionali.

Il corso, della durata di un anno, prevede un periodo di tirocinio in aziende o Istituzioni della durata minima di 250 ore. Durante il Master, inoltre, gli studenti potranno avere la possibilità di visitare le Istituzioni europee a Bruxelles.

 Può accedere al Master chiunque sia interessato ad approfondire gli studi sull’Unione Europea e i diritti umani, a internazionalizzare il proprio curriculum, e a migliorare le proprie prospettive di carriera internazionale.

 Le iscrizioni sono già aperte. Selezioneremo un massimo di 25 studenti; il costo del corso è di 5.800 €

 

Bachelor in Business Administration

 Il corso di Laurea in Business Administration, della durata di 4 anni (240 ECTS), è impartito in inglese ed è ideato per offrire una solida preparazione nell’amministrazione di impresa.

Questa Laurea è diretta a studenti che vogliono sviluppare una carriera nel management di aziende nazionali ed internazionali. Il corso è stato strutturato per sviluppare il potenziale di leadership dei partecipanti, dando loro una prospettiva globale, preparandoli, con un approccio basato su situazioni pratiche e reali, ad un mercato del lavoro in continuo cambiamento.

Gli studenti avranno modo di fare pratica in azienda, acquisendo così, da subito, un’esperienza di lavoro internazionale.

Le classi con un ridotto numero di studenti, provenienti da diverse parti del mondo, permette di massimizzare l’attenzione personalizzata per ogni alunno.

Inoltre, studiando in inglese in un contesto spagnolo, gli studenti hanno modo di perfezionare allo stesso tempo due delle lingue più parlate al mondo.

Gli studenti potranno anche accedere al programma Erasmus o aderire ad altri programmi di scambio con importanti università in Europa e nel mondo.

Una scelta molto valida, quindi, soprattutto se si considera che secondo il consorzio europeo U-Multirank (Ranking mondiale di università), la facoltà di Economia della UCAM è la prima in Spagna per esperienza educativa globale, qualità dei corsi e dell’insegnamento.

Il costo è di 6.000 euro l’anno

 

Per i Master e corsi di Laurea, i servizi di Orientamento al Lavoro della UCAM sono a disposizione degli studenti,  questi comprendono il SOIL – “Orientation and Work Placement Service”, il “Portal de Empleo”, il portale del lavoro dell’Università e la rete di impiego Erasmus, un servizio che promuove l’occupazione degli studenti internazionali nelle migliori aziende in tutta la Spagna.

 

Guarda la testimonianza di alcuni dei nostri studenti italiani:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB-G0MA3LgM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVzoVIxtCg8

Link utili:

Pagine web: in Spagnolo e in Inglese 

 

 

Gli altri  Master in inglese della UCAM sono:

 Master's MBA Sports Management

Master's High Performance Sport: Strength and Conditioning

Master's Innovation and Tourism Marketing

Master´s in Hospitality Management

Master's in Oral Surgery and Implant Dentistry

Master's Master in Bilingual Education

 

Gli altri  Corsi di Laurea in inglese della UCAM sono:

Bachelor's Modern Languages

Bachelor's Physical Activity and Sport Sciences

 

Contatti utili:

UCAM - Università Cattolica di Murcia

Campus de los Jerónimos, Nº 135

Guadalupe 30107 (Murcia) - Spagna

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Do you aim to work to promote critical research that theorises and provides understanding of poverty in a global context? Apply now for the Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) and you will have the opportunity to work in an international environment as part of CROP's administrative Secretariat in Bergen!

 

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Organization: The Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) Secretariat is located at the University of Bergen and has been established to promote research that provides a deep understanding of poverty and its causes in a global context. In consultation with the CROP Scientific Committee, it is responsible for the effective development, implementation and evaluation of the Comparative Research Programme on Poverty. CROP has two institutional sponsors, the University of Bergen and the International Social Science Council (ISSC), and in 2009 the ISSC signed an agreement which incorporated CROP into the university's academic and administrative environment. Through projects, working groups and fellows, CROP’s Scientific Committee, emanates periodically publications, communications and events that helps researchers to understand the causes of poverty and how to defeat it

 

Duty Station: Bergen, Norway

 

Open to: College students

 

Timeframe: Internships are available throughout the year (except July and August), from 2 to 6 months

 

Deadline: March 1, June 1, September 1 and December 1

 

Job Description: Successful candidates will take part to the Comparative Research Programme on Poverty hosted by the University of Bergen (UiB) and tasks performed by interns will vary according to the needs and ongoing projects of CROP. Ideally, interns will:

- create content for social media accounts (Twitter, YouTube)  

- organise and attending meetings, workshops or conferences  

- draft reports and general administrative documents  

- research information for reports

- lead video and web editing

 

Qualification: Applicants should have the following qualifications

- be university students whose home institutions will give them credit for the time spent at CROP (for examples through the Erasmus+ programme)

- have a relevant educational background in Social Studies, Development Studies, Political Science, International Relations

- have excellent English language skills (spoken and written Level C1)

- knowledge of other languages is an advantage

 

Wage/Fees: Not provided

 

Application process: Candidates must send their cv and documents to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Useful Links:

Link at the call

 

Contact information:

CROP Secretariat,

P.O. Box 7800, 5020

Bergen, NORWAY.

Phone +47 55 58 97 44

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Edited by Marta Della Monaca

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Are you interested in conflict issues, peace building, security, and human rights? Apply now for an internship at Fund for Peace a US non governmental organization

 

Organization: The Fund for Peace is an independent, nonpartisan, non-profit organization that works around the Globe in order to prevent violent conflict and to offer a wide range of initiatives focused on the central objective of promoting sustainable security through research, training and education, engagement of civil society, building bridges across diverse sectors, and developing innovative technologies and tools for policy makers. The mission is to create practical tools and approaches for conflict mitigation and to highlight the ability of a state to solve its own problems peacefully without an external military or administrative presence

 

Duty Station: Washington, D.C.

 

Open to/Destinatari: Current graduate or undergraduate student (or a recent graduate) seeking experience in the NGO sector and with all the qualifications

 

Timeframe: At least 3 months. According to organizations needs, it could be possible to extend internship period

 

Deadline: Fund for Peace offers internships in its Washington, D.C. headquarters every semester

 

Job description:  Interns are given great responsibility to manage their own projects and conduct their own research, they offer significant responsibility and are provided with practical experience in the international relations field with excellent work experience and exposure to international and NGO communities.Intern responsibilities can include:

- conflict analysis

- researching and writing articles and reports

- assisting with editing and proofreading

- monitoring and updating essential country-specific data

- providing support to The Fund for Peace’s public events

- attending conferences and roundtables on behalf of The Fund for Peace

 

Qualifications:

- experience with or understanding of the Fund for Peace’s programmatic areas

- excellent written and oral communication skills

- solid organizational abilities

- individual initiative and flexibility

- strong research and computer skills

- a great sense of humor

 

Wage/fees: It depends on your work hours:

- Part-time - $125 per month

- Full-time - $250 per month

 

Application process: Apply for the Internship online here. Before applying, please ensure that you have read the guidelines here. The Fund for Peace staff  is avaible to assist candidates during the Visa process 

 

Useful links:

About The Fund for Peace

Internship call

 

Contact information/ Contatti: Contact FFP on Facebook

1101 14th Street NW | Suite 1020 | Washington, D.C. 20005 | +1 202 223 7940

 

The editorial staff of carriereinternazionali.com is not responsible nor liable for the reliability of the information contained in this article. If you want any further information concerning this vacancy, please contact the proposing organization.

Edited by Marta Simoncini

 

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