STÁŽ: IJJO ponúka až 2 odlišné typy stážií // Viac v článku

Communications Internship

Since 2002, the International Juvenile Justice Observatory has worked for the rights of children and adolescents at risk of social exclusion, especially those in conflict with the law or caught in the cycles of violence and juvenile delinquency.

Established in order to create a space for development, service provision and shared knowledge, the IJJO promotes and encourages the improvement of juvenile justice systems and policies, the implementation of international standards, the strengthening of professional competence in the field, and the exchange of innovative good practices. 

The Communications internship or volunteering experience will provide the opportunity to work collaboratively with the IJJO Communications staff, helping undergraduate and/or graduate students, as well as volunteers, further cultivate their skills through a real-life work experience. The intern will participate in a variety of activities including writing, researching and website management. This internship offers hands-on communications experience.

Main tasks:

  • Drafting articles, fact sheets, press releases, interviews, briefing materials and other similar items.
  • Proofreading, fact-checking and editing communications materials.
  • Gathering of primary research material and checking background information.
  • Monitoring and curating news sources.
  • Developing web and social media content.
  • Pitching news items. 
  • Building and maintaining targeted media contact databases.
  • Updating the website on an as-needed basis.
  • Helping identify, plan, and implement new communication strategies, platforms and tactics.
  • Additional tasks and responsibilities as mutually agreed upon.
Profile:

  • Excellent writing and verbal skills in either English, French or Spanish. 
  • Creativity, versatility, high energy, initiative and discipline.
  • Demonstrated interest in Juvenile Justice or Children’s Rights issues is a plus, as is general knowledge of International Human Rights Law. 
  • Strong research ability.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, E-mail & Internet.
  • Proficient in Social Media Channels: Facebook, Twitter, Blogging, etc.
  • Knowledge of video editing and graphic design tools is a plus. 
  • Able to work independently as well as being part of a team.
  • Excellent time management skills with ability to meet deadlines.
  • Sharp attention to detail when proofreading or fact-checking.
  • Education/Experience: The ideal intern will be working toward a Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) or higher in Communications, Journalism, Law or a related field. Volunteers with similar studies or work experience in these areas are equally welcome.

Internship term:

  • Maximum 6 months minimum 3 months (Flexible period according to the student’s availability).
  • No financial remuneration is offered by the IJJO (Please check the European ERASMUS and Leonardo Programme opportunities with your university).

Venue:

Murcia (Spain)

If you are interested, please send your CV (with photograph attached) and a motivation letter to: internship@oijj.org

Translation Internship

Children and young people all over the world are in need of protection and special care when they come into conflict with the law. This is the inspiration behind the establishment of the International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO), which offers an inter-disciplinary system of information, communication, debates, analysis and proposals concerning different areas relating to the development of juvenile justice worldwide. The IJJO was created in 2002 and obtained the statute of Public Interest Foundation in 2006, it has consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC). Its headquarters are based in Brussels and it receives support and sponsorship from a variety of universities, NGOs and government departments, as well as from different international and regional institutions.

The Translation internship or volunteering experience will help undergraduate and/or graduate students, as well as volunteers, further cultivate their skills through a real-life work experience. Successful candidates will participate in a broad range of translation-related activities.

Main tasks:

  • Translating a wide variety of juridical and sociological documents related to law and juvenile justice.
  • Proofreading documents.
  • Organizing and coordinating translation work, ensuring good quality translation.
Profile:

  • Knowledge and experience in translation.
  • Specialization: translation between French, English and Spanish. Translation into mother tongue from the other two languages.
  • Creativity, versatility, high energy, initiative and discipline.
  • Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail and determination to meet deadlines.
  • The knowledge of other languages and law is a plus.
  • Good use of IT.
  • Able to work independently as well as being part of a team.
  • Sharp attention to detail when proofreading.
  • Education/Experience:Undergraduate/postgraduate students of Translation. Volunteers with similar studies or work experience are equally welcome.
 Internship term:

  • Maximum 6 months minimum 3 months (Flexible period according to the student’s availability).
  • No financial remuneration is offered by the IJJO (Please check the European ERASMUS and Leonardo Programme opportunities with your university).

Venue:

(According to the student’s availability): Brussels (Belgium) / Murcia (Spain) / Online

If you are interested, please send your CV (with photograph attached) and a motivation letter to: internship@oijj.org

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