Apply for this internship in human rights and atrocities prevention in Budapest

The Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention offers this opportunity to work as an intern on one of the most important topic in international politics! Apply now!


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Organization: The Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention was founded thanks to the recommendation of a Steering Committee chaired by David Hamburg, President Emeritus of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and Chairman of the United Nations Advisory Committee on Genocide Prevention, and Javier Solana, High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union for the creation of an International Centre for the Prevention of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity in Europe. It was registered in Budapest on 14 January 2011. In the Deed of Foundation, the Founders proclaim their commitment to the protection of human rights and the prevention of genocide and mass atrocities in any area of the world.
The activities of the Foundation will contribute to a pro-active engagement in preventing genocide and mass atrocities and to the institutionalization of the prevention obligations reflected in the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, in fact the mission of the Centre is to promote international protection of human rights with special regard to the prevention of genocide and other mass atrocities in any part of the world. The strategic objective of the Centre is to foster awareness of and promote action by all stakeholders interested in the prevention of mass atrocity crimes. To this end, the Centre will prepare assessments, studies and recommendations and contribute to the international capacity and capability building efforts in order to help ensure informed, timely and effective preventive action by the International Community.
The Foundation is open, without any discrimination based on nationality or any other ground, to any international or regional organization, any state party to the UN Charter, the Government of the Republic of Hungary, any national or foreign natural or legal person or other organization who may join it by way of financial or other contribution or pledge, if it accepts the aims and the rules of the Foundation


Duty Station:  Budapest or Rome


Open To: Graduated Students


Timeframe: Not specified


Deadline: Open


Job description: The Budapest Centre offers a limited number of resident and non-resident internships to graduate students. In case all the positions as residential intern are full, the Centre is willing to offer non-residential internships to particularly strong candidates. The requirements for the application and the conditions of the internships are the same as those for residential internships. The intern will work via telecommuting and report periodically to his or her supervisor either in Rome or in Budapest. In most cases, the intern will be assigned to a specific research project or to the organization of a specific event. His or her duties will be limited to the scope of that project, unless doing otherwise is strictly necessary



- M.A. in a relevant subject

- Working knowledge of English (Knowledge of French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian or Hungarian is an advantage)

- Computer literacy

- Interest in human rights, genocide and mass atrocities prevention issues

- Competence in the basic knowledge of International and Regional Organizations



- Interns are not financially remunerated by the Budapest Centre

- All costs connected with an intern’s participation in the activities of the Budapest Centre must be borne by: the nominating institution, related institution or government, which may provide the required financial assistance to its students


Application process: In order to apply, candidates have to submit their resume and a cover letter. If the CV suits the requirements of the Budapest Centre, future interns will be asked to submit 2 reference letters before the first interview. Send a cover letter and a complete CV to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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Budapest Centre


Contact information:

Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention

1118 Budapest, Villányi út 47


Phone & Fax : +36 21 252 4525, +36 21 252 4525

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

edited by Ruino Martina Pia 


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