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International Peace Institute seeks qualified applicants

Erstellt am 21.05.2018 von Andreas Hermann Landl
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The International Peace Institute seeks qualified applicants for a three-month paid internship, renewable for a total of six months, to work 50% as part of IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations and 50% within IPI’s Humanitarian Affairs program.Responsibilities

  • Support the implementation of IPI’s protection of civilians project,
  • Conduct background research and contribute to drafting analytical reports on issues related to peace operations, and more specifically protection of civilians;
  • Conduct background research to support IPI’s work on the delivery of healthcare in situations of armed conflict and emergency health response in humanitarian crises
  • Assist with the substantive and technical preparation of IPI meetings, conferences and seminars;
  • Participate in and contribute to interviews, meetings, seminars or workshops
  • Interact with a broad range of international and regional actors working on these topics at the global level: and
  • Perform various administrative tasks.


  • Graduate-level coursework in international affairs, political science, international law or a related field with a focus on peacekeeping or peacebuilding. A specific interest in protection of civilians, humanitarian issues and/or global health is desirable;
  • Outstanding research, analytical, and English writing skills;
  • Fluency in French is a plus;
  • Previous experience in an international organization, an NGO or a research center/think tank is desirable
  • Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail;
  • Commitment to teamwork and the ability to handle multiple tasks.









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