There are various opportunities for joining CIJ, ranging from internships and fellowships to affiliation as associated experts.
CIJ provides stimulating and engaging opportunities to address discrimination, inequality and injustice in Europe through advocacy, research and policy analysis. We are looking for critical thinkers and problem solvers with strong analytical, communication and interpersonal skills. If you are dedicated and passionate about intersectional justice, CIJ could be a good fit.
CIJ embraces difference and strives for equality. This is our DNA and we are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, identities and perspectives. The more inclusive we are, the better we can accomplish our mission. We encourage applications from people personally affected by structural/systemic discrimination and inequality.
Leading academics, lawyers, journalists, activists, writers and practitioners striving for equality can be affiliated to the Center for Intersectional Justice as Associated Experts. CIJ pools their expertise, critical perspectives, creativity and extensive experience to protect and promote the rights of those structurally marginalized in our societies.
Associated Experts contribute to the work of CIJ through publications, campaigns, events, advocacy, and specific projects. Their engagement pertains to intersectional issues within the areas of their experience and expertise.
To apply, please send a resume and a statement of purpose to email@example.com with the subject: Associated Expert
CIJ welcomes interns for a minimum of 4 months and a maximum of 6 months. Interns will learn about the inner-workings of CIJ, gaining insight into advocacy, campaigning, research and policy analysis. We offer a highly stimulating, open, and creative working environment with flexible working hours.
Primary responsibilities will include:
We also encourage interns with specialized interests such as graphic design, multimedia, digital storytelling, etc.
Interns are not financially remunerated by CIJ but receive a small stipend to partially cover expenses incurred by the internship. The remaining costs associated with the internship must be borne by the nominating institution, related institution or government, which may provide the required financial assistance; or by the intern themselves. Interns must have a valid medical insurance for the duration of their internship. It must include adequate coverage in the event of an injury or illness during the internship.
To apply, please send a resume and a statement of purpose to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Internship
CIJ welcomes Alexander von Humboldt Fellows. As a host institution, CIJ provides an outstanding hands-on, policy-oriented learning environment as well as an extensive network of researchers working on intersectional issues in Europe and internationally.
To apply, please visit the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation website.