The Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation has a well-developed internship program at its office in The Hague. Since 2004, 29 interns have worked for the IHJR. Interns play an important role at the Institute and can expect to do substantive and rewarding work. At this time, the IHJR is accepting applications.
- Work closely with the senior staff on current projects;
- Assist in the preparation of meetings;
- Conduct research and draft reports;
- Assist in the preparation of outreach events, including the drafting of promotional materials;
- Assist with administrative tasks such as maintaining project files, contact databases, and the Institute’s web presence.
- University degree in History or Law or Political Science;
- Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills;
- Strong English writing and research skills. Other foreign languages are an asset;
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access);
- A strong, demonstrated interest in conflict resolution;
- Familiar with human rights work and civil society organizations;
- Available to work a minimum of 20 hours per week.
We require a minimum of three months commitment for at least 20 hours a week. Positions are based in our office in The Hague.
Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation
Laan van Meerdervoort 70
2517 AN The Hague
FAX: +31 (0)70 361 7792
The Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) works with educational and public policy institutions to organize and sponsor historical discourse in pursuit of acknowledgement, and the resolution of historical disputes. Founded in 2004, the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) is an independent, nonprofit institution based in The Hague.
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2011 has been a fruitful and eventful year as during which the Institute has been able to make a meaningful contribution to the field of transitional justice. This annual report draws special attention to the outcomes of IHJR projects. The year 2011 was marked by the release of 8 volumes on shared history of the former Yugoslavia, the Middle East, Kenya, considerable progress on the project in Armenia and Turkey and a diverse range of dissemination activities.
Center for History, Democracy and Reconciliation
The CHDR is an outcome of the IHJR Project in the Former Yugoslavia.