Applications for a paid internship / assistantship with our Memocracy Team at T.M.C Asser Institute (The Hague) are invited before 25 July 2022, from students who are part of, or who have recently graduated from, bachelor or master’s programmes in Law / European studies, with excellent editing skills in English.
Interested candidates should:
- Be a student or recent graduate in European, international or constitutional law, or European studies (with an emphasis on memory politics and/or Central-Eastern European studies);
- Have a demonstrable interest in international and European (especially human rights and anti-discrimination) law, possibly also regarding the interrelation between law and history or broader politics of memory;
- Have excellent English language skills;
- Have strong editorial skills;
- Have full computer proficiency (experience in maintaining websites and social media is an advantage);
- Be motivated and able to work independently and within a team.
Please make sure to read this page on internships at the T.M.C. Asser Instituut to make sure you are eligible to apply.
What we offer:
A full-time, paid (€ 300 to € 450 a month, depending on level of education) internship for a period of six months for a law student specialising in European or international law.
The starting date of this internship (i.e., internship 1) is September 5th, 2022.
How to apply:
Students who are interested in applying should send their letter of motivation, a CV, and a writing sample of around 5000 words in English (preferably submitted in a single PDF file) to [email protected] by 25 July 2022 at 23:59 CET at the latest indicating ‘Application ASPC Internship 1’ or ‘Application ASPC Internship 2’ on the subject line, as applicable. Individual interviews will take place during the weeks of 25 July and 1 August 2022. Applications received after the deadline, not including the required three components (letter of motivation, a CV and a writing sample) will not be considered eligible.
For more information, please refer to the more detailed call on the Asser Institute website.