APR2P volunteer internships provide interns with relevant skills for working in a research centre in the field of international relations, peace and conflict resolution and public policy especially in the field of genocide and mass atrocities prevention and response.
Focus on our priority areas:
- Regional Diplomacy and R2P
- Genocide and Mass Atrocities Prevention, including the prevention of widespread or systematic gender and sexual based violence;
- R2P norm-building and doctrinal development.
- Time line of elections in Myanmar and Cambodia
- Risk assessments using UN’s Framework of Analysis for Atrocity Crimes e.g. Timor Leste
How to Apply
- Well written one page expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 October 2016.
- Include any previous Volunteer Experience
- Include any participation in Student Coalition or other student or community organisations
Please note the APR2P volunteer internships differ from the formal course credit internships offered to undergraduate students currently enrolled at the University of Queensland (UQ), School of Political Science and International Studies (POLSIS).
These course credit internships are subject to the fulfilment of requirements for POLS3801 (internship). Postgraduate Students enrolled in the Master of International Studies can undertake an internship with the Centre through POLS7521(Applied Fieldwork Experience). Students of the Master of Governance and Public Policy can apply for an internship through POLS7125 (internship).For information on prerequisites and how to apply for an internship for university credit, please first consult POLSIS internship guidelines. Students seeking to undertake an internship with the Centre for credit towards their degree should in the first instance consult Marian Ophof, Student Enquiries Officer, POLSIS (email@example.com) or in her absence contact firstname.lastname@example.org.