There are currently no vacancies for permanent posts at the URG.
The Universal Rights Group (URG) is looking for dynamic individuals with a passion for universal human rights, international politics, and policy research, analysis, to fill regular three- to six-month internship positions at its main office in Geneva. Applicants must have completed a relevant degree (e.g. Master of international relations, Master of human rights) within the last two years, or have the possibility of undertaking an Internship as part of their degree. The scheme aims to encourage geographic and gender balance. More information can be found here.
There are currently no vacancies in the internship programme at the URG.
If you are interested in undertaking an internship at the URG, please send your motivation letter and CV (with the contact details of two referees) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fellowship is an entry-level professional scheme designed to provide recent graduates from Masters level (or above) degree courses with a first professional experience in the world of international human rights policy.
There are currently no vacancies in the fellowship programme at the URG.