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Web Links for Internships in IHL

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Name: Al-Haq
Description: Al-Haq, West Bank affiliate of The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), - Geneva, is a Palestinian human rights organization located in Ramallah, West Bank, in special consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Al-Haq was established in 1979 with the goal of protecting and promoting human rights and respect for the rule of law in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Name: Amnesty International's Legal and International Organizations Internship Program
Description: The Amnesty International's Legal and International Organizations Program has five internships available from January to June 2004, three in London, one in Geneva and one in New York. The aim of the Program is to provide work opportunities in an international campaigning human rights organization for individuals who want to gain experience in the field of international human rights work. A background in law, international politics, international relations, political science or similar is essential. Some knowledge of international human rights law or practice and intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) is useful. In addition, some administrative experience is essential for Geneva and New York. Candidates are not formally interviewed. Selection is made on the basis of the application form, curriculum vitae and submitted written work.
Name: Australian Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Summer Internships
Description: The IHL Department, Australian Red Cross Victoria offers three four-week internships for students (voluntary, full time). Interns undertake individual projects relating to dissemination of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) as well as participating in the day-to-day activities of the IHL Department. The Internships are open to later-year University students with an interest in IHL/international law/international relations.
Name: Everett Public Service Internship
Description: Everett interns are a diverse group of current undergraduate and graduate students. What binds them together is their personal commitment to "the repair of the world." Everett Interns work on substantive projects, develop professional skills, and gain knowledge about the enormous societal impact of public service.
Name: International Lawyers and Economists Against Poverty
Description: ILEAP believes that fresh and low-cost nongovernmental inputs from the legal, economics and related professions in the sphere of international trade and trade-related issues can significantly assist development processes and poverty reduction in the materially poorer parts of the world. ILEAP is currently based at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. Contact: Noah Novogrodsky, Director, International Human Rights Program
Name: International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR)
Description: The aim of this internship programme is to provide regional, national or grassroots human rights activists, and/or students who have strong concerns over human rights issues, in particular those pertaining to racism and racial discrimination, with an opportunity to familiarize themselves with UN human rights mechanisms through their participation in relevant UN meetings, or through research work.
Name: International Organization for Migration
Description: - IOM is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society.
Name: International Rescue Committee
Description: For 70 years, the IRC has been providing hope and humanitarian aid to refugees and other victims of oppression and violent conflict around the world.
Name: International Service for Human Rights Voluntary Internship Program
Description: ISHR intern will be involved with a multicultural team responsible for monitoring UN human rights meetings such as treaty bodies, working groups, and the annual session of the Commission on Human Rights. Interns will prepare draft narrative reports on the meetings, help out with office work and preparation of special events during the Commission sessions. Interns can attend the Geneva Training Course in International Human Rights Law and Diplomacy given by the ISHR in March and April.
Name: International Service for Humanitarian Rights
Description: ISHR internships will involve being a member of a multicultural team responsible for monitoring a variety of United Nations human rights meetings, such as the treaty bodies and working groups and in particular, the annual sessions of the Commission on Human Rights and its Sub-Commission. Interns will be responsible for preparing draft narrative reports on these UN meetings, information that is passed on to human rights defenders all over the world. 
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