The Jerusalem Institute of Justice (JIJ) is a front-line NGO dedicated to cultivating and defending the rule of law, human rights and democracy for all people in the Middle East. We advance human rights and civil justice through legal advocacy in governmental academic and media forums through the world as well as in the courts of Israel and the Knesset.
Interns are a vital part of the work of JIJ. Interns from all over the world dedicate their time to developing and conducting human rights and international legal research. This includes: interviews, field fact finding, on-line and academic research and legal writing of reports and memos. These materials have been presented to the International Criminal Court in The Hague, the European Parliament, the UN Human Rights Council, as well as many other governmental and academic institutions world wide.
Public transportation, Other: This traineeship is not payed
graduate - master
Administrative Law - General
Civil Law - Advanced
Criminal Law - General
European Economic Law - General
Human Rights - Advanced
Public International Law - Advanced
English - Fluent
Readiness to work in a dynamic and multicultural environment.
Readiness to participate in team work
Passionate for people.
Willingness to learn.
The traineeship is unpaid. However, public transportation of the trainee will be covered by the Traineeship Provider.