Internships

Do you want to join the fight for Roma equality and improve your knowledge of human rights?

The ERRC offers professional internships for Romani and non-Romani individuals every year. Work with our legal or programmes department, and be involved in a wide range of activities, depending on our needs and your interests and abilities.

ERRC interns may, for example, provide administrative support, arrange events and research missions, monitor human rights developments through desk and/or field research, draft or edit reports or legal documents, translate texts, conduct legal research and assist in preparing cases for litigation, work on advocacy or support human rights education activities.

Our former interns have gone on to work across the human rights field, at the Council of Europe, European Parliament as well as many international and national NGOs.

If you are self-motivated, able to work independently and interested in Roma issues, check the jobs section on our website and contact us.
 

Meet Some Of Our Interns

 

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 List of all interns since 2010
 
 

 

Empowering Roma Activists Through Human Rights Education

21 December 2012

Anca Sandescu: Since the European Roma Rights Centre was established, one of its key aims has been to empower young Roma through a dedicated human rights education programme. We believe that equipping Roma from local communities to stand up and defend their human rights is essential or the fight to stop discrimination...

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Knowing Your Rights and Fighting for Them

6 September 2004

The purpose of this Handbook is to offer a strategic tool to the actors of the Romani movement in their day-to-day struggle for equal rights. It can be used to introduce grassroots activists to the thinking and the language of human rights.

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Roma Rights 1 2014: Going Nowhere? Western Balkan Roma and EU Visa Liberalisation

1 October 2014

This issue of Roma Rights draws attention to Roma from the Western Balkans and EU visa liberalisation. Migration of Roma from the Western Balkans has attracted significant attention, which at times amounts to hysteria. It has had an impact on migration policy both in countries of origin and target countries for migration. Romani migration has also become a common topic in public discourse, often framed in negatively by media and by public figures. The articles in this issue assess the motivations for Romani migration, the impact of migration policies on Roma, and the experience of Romani migrants. 

Roma Rights 1 2014: Going Nowhere? (PDF)

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