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Cultural programmes intern (Arabic-speaking) Internship posted by: Minority Rights Group International (MRG) Posted on: February 29, 2016

Cultural programmes intern (Arabic-speaking)

Internship posted by: Minority Rights Group International (MRG)

Posted on: February 29, 2016

Internship description

Deadline for applications: 9am – 17th March 2016 (interviews to take place on 21stand 22nd March 2016)

Minority Rights Group International is looking for an Arabic-speaking intern to work on its Cultural Programmes Department. This is a unique opportunity to gain insight into cultural programmes mainly in the Middle East and North Africa region on the project “Drama, Diversity and Development”.

You will work on areas such as network opportunities research, creation of databases, and supporting the team on administrative tasks. You may also be required to help plan trips or events and liaise with grantees (from London office). You should be completely fluent in both Arabic and English. The post holder will learn about arts grant giving in a human rights context – this post will suit those working in participatory human rights methodologies and in project management.

You should also have interest in issues affecting minority rights, some vocabulary in expressing cultural activities, and good administrative skills. We also welcome ERASMUS candidates.

Tasks would include:

  • Administrative support to the project team: this includes but it is not limited to organise meetings, plan trips, filing documents, process financial documents and draft narrative reports or fundraising applications.
  • Translation of relevant documents from Arabic into English and vice versa.
  • Keeping a database.
  • Research on issues related to the programme.

Essential skills / qualifications:

  • Fluent in English and Arabic (mainly reading and writing skills).
  • Excellent analytical skills.
  • Administrative work experience.
  • Ability to work to deadlines.
  • Understanding of human rights.
  • Organisational skills.
  • Ability to work on own initiative (some of the team members are based overseas).
  • Teamwork skills.
  • Some experience in project management.

Desirable skills / qualifications:

  • Fluent in French.
  • A relevant translation degree or previous experience in this sector.
  • Understanding of minority rights and minority communities in the Middle East and North Africa region.
  • Understanding of using cultural activities such as street theatre.

The intern would work at MRG’s offices (London – UK) minimum 2/3 days a week, for a minimum period of 3 months.

How to apply

If you would like to apply, please send your CV and a brief cover letter explaining how your experience matches the skills outlined in this advert, and indicatingwhen you are available to start, how many days a week you could work, and any other information that you think is relevant to recruitment@mrgmail.org

Please write the title of this post and your name on the subject of your e-mail.

You will need to have permission to work in the United Kingdom.

MRG covers travel expenses (up to 8GBP) and lunch (up to 6GBP) for the days you work from the office.

Start date: ASAP

Details

Locations

54 Commercial Street, London, United Kingdom

Other Details

Application deadline
March 17, 2016
Compensation
Unpaid
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Kayan Internship Opportunity Internship: Kayan – Feminist Organization

Internship description

Kayan Internship Opportunity

Kayan interns have the opportunity to contribute to all fields of Kayan’s work based on their skills and interests. They have the opportunity to work side by side with Kayan’s team of activists, while learning about critical issues facing Palestinian women in Israel and directly participating in non-violent social activism through a grassroots NGO that aims to address these very issues. Kayan also offers interns opportunities to attend seminars and workshops in the field, giving interns a unique grassroots learning experience.

Responsibilities of the intern include research, program and resource development, reporting, public outreach and social networking, correspondence with potential partners and supporters, events planning, editing of English-language outreach materials, updating Kayan’s website, and administrative tasks. Interns also have the opportunity to create their own project at Kayan that can be pursued in addition to their other tasks.

We ask that interns from abroad remain with us from 5 months to a year. Successful applicants must be fluent in English; additional fluency in Arabic and/or Hebrew is an advantage but not required. Candidates with education in a related field or relevant professional experience are strongly encouraged to apply. Interns should be able to work independently, have strong motivation and learning potential.

To apply for an internship or to volunteer, please send a cover letter and CV to:

Khulud Khamis, Development and Public Outreach Coordinator –

khulud@kayan.org.il

How to apply

To apply for an internship or to volunteer, please send a cover letter and CV to:

Khulud Khamis, Development and Public Outreach Coordinator –

khulud@kayan.org.il

Details

Locations

118 Arlozorov Street, Haifa, Haifa District, 33727, Israel

Other Details

Compensation
Unpaid
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