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Tuesday, 18 August 2015
Communications & Social Media Intern
The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) is
an international membership organization working in the field of human rights,
self-determination, indigenous issues, democracy and non-violence. UNPO
represents 44 nations, minorities and indigenous peoples worldwide, and was
established in 1991 at the Peace Palace in The Hague. UNPO’s worldwide
activities are coordinated and implemented from the organization’s headquarters
in The Hague and advocacy office in Brussels.
Students and young professionals from all over the world,
with degrees in international relations, political science, international law,
development and political/social geography and a range of work experience have
undertaken internships at the UNPO. Interns are offered a unique work
experience, with a wide range of responsibilities in a multicultural
environment that uses English as the main working language. Each intern is
given the opportunity to develop and implement their academic, organizational,
political, administrative, language and research skills.
Interns are expected to have a mature and flexible attitude,
display good time management skills, be able to undertake work independently
and conduct accurate research. The intern should enjoy working in an
internationally oriented office where a multitude of tasks will be assigned.
The internship requires a high degree of responsibility and autonomy from the
intern, but in turn promises an equally rewarding experience.
Job Title: Communications and Social Media Intern
Duration: 4 months (minimum)
Start: Between September 2015 and January 2016
Deadline for applications: 31 August 2015, 12:00pm (GMT
The intern will assist the Communications Director in
implementing the organization’s social media strategy and brand management,
which includes conducting online advocacy, developing and expanding community
outreach efforts and designing social media campaigns.
Excellent working knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube,
Vimeo, Flickr, blogs
Excellent command of oral and written English. Working
knowledge of other EU/UN languages.
Genuine interest in International Politics, European Union
and United Nations mechanisms. Basic knowledge of minority rights,
self-determination, indigenous peoples and human rights.
Knowledge of website management.
Basic knowledge of office management and/or teamworking.