Vacancies

Note: ISHR reserves the absolute right to modify, adjourn or postpone the recruitments below at any time having regard to the COVID-19 situation.

 

Consultant on New Narratives - Working remotely

Since 2017, ISHR has been building its own abilities to use positive and value-based narratives to drive more understanding about how human rights defenders, and the human rights they defend, matter to each and every one of us. ISHR seeks an expert on narratives to join us on this journey. This is a 6 months consultancy, during the period September 2020 – March 2021. The consultant will work primarily remotely and, as circumstances permit, with some time in-person in either our Geneva or New York office. Deadline for applications: 7 June. More information and how to apply: click here.

For Geneva students only: Administration and Services Apprenticeship  - Geneva​

The CFC apprenticeship in commerce offers a unique opportunity to learn the administration and inner workings of an NGO and the United Nations human rights system at work in Geneva. It provides hands-on experience working for an international non-governmental organisation as well as the opportunity to contribute to our work supporting human rights defenders, strengthening human rights systems, building and leading human rights coalitions, and responding to significant and systemic situations of concern. How to apply.

Programme and Communications Internships - New York

The internships offers a unique opportunity to view the United Nations human rights system at work in New York. It provides hands-on experience working for an international non-governmental organisation as well as the opportunity to contribute to our work supporting human rights defenders, strengthening human rights systems, building and leading human rights coalitions, and responding to significant and systemic situations of concern. How to apply.

Programme Internships - Geneva 

The ISHR Programme internships offer a unique opportunity to view the United Nations human rights system at work in Geneva. They provide hands-on experience working for an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) as well as the opportunity to contribute to our work supporting human rights defenders, strengthening human rights systems, building and leading human rights coalitions, and responding to significant and systemic human rights concern. How to apply.