När och omfattning:
Vårterminen 2017 - en termin, heltid
Info om praktikarbetsplatsen:
The Right Livelihood Award is an annual prize for ‘outstanding vision and work for people and the planet’. Established in 1980 and known widely as the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’, the Award honors and supports people “offering practical and exemplary answers to the most urgent challenges facing us today”. Today there are 162 Laureates from 67 countries.
The Foundation’s Head Office is located in Stockholm, where the Trainee will be based. The Head Office works closely with the second office in Geneva, so you will be part of a small, but international team. The intern will work closely with our Senior Programme Director as well as independently.
Internship assignment (work tasks)
– Supporting us to stay in touch with 162 Laureates globally. This includes reaching out to Laureates we are not in regular touch with, finding new ways to keep in touch and strengthening their network.
– Practical support for the preparation of events in Stockholm and in other parts of Sweden.
– Supporting the administrative routines around the office.
– Supporting the digitalization of archival material dealing with the history of the Foundation.
Length and scope of the internship
Spring semester 2017. Entire semester. Full time.
– University studies (ongoing or recently finished)
– Knowledge about and interest in social, environmental, human rights and/or development questions
– Project management skills, well organized and structured
– Good writing and communication skills
– Knowledge of a Mac environment and Filemaker is an advantag
– Excellent oral and written English
– Swedish, German and other languages will be an advantage
This internship is part of FUFs Internship Program. That means that alongside the internship, the intern is also offered various courses and seminars include a mandatory preparatory courses, networking events and career tips. Learn more about the Internship Program HERE.
The intern must be enrolled in an internship course offered by a Swedish university and be eligible to receive credits (ECTS) for the internship. The intern must be insured through the university.