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Eur@dioNantes has launched a Call for interns.

Eur@dioNantes, a European Radio station based in Nantes and supported by the European Commission, has launched a call for interns.

High-level bilingual (in French) students in political science, journalism or European studies, interested in European issues and who would like to get a formative experience in the world of New European Media are invited to apply.

The internship will start on the 25th August 2014 in Nantes and run up until the 20th February 2015 (documents have to be returned as soon as possible).

Interns will get a monthly allowance of about 436,05 €. Interns will have the unique opportunity to be trained by French professionals and to start their career in a dynamic European environment.

For more information please contact:

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Global Intern 2014

Posted: April 15, 2014 in education, jobs
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EF Education First, in cooperation with AIESEC, is inviting young people
worldwide to join the Global Intern 2014 and get the chance to win
a three months internship and work, in three different countries.

Participants will have to make a video or essay explaining why they are
the right candidate for the internship position.
They will have to be creative, open minded, curious about the world and
have an adventurous spirit.
The video should be made in good English.

The deadline has been extended to 17 April 2014, 12:00 am ET New York, NY

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The Equilitri Network is looking for experienced trainers

EQUILIBRIDGES is a Learning Partnership involving 5 European Countries whose goal is to create a professional network of experts who can efficiently apply the Equilitri method in their work, may that be youth field, corporate environment or any type of personal development related area.

What are we looking for?

  • qualified trainersfrom Lithuania, Romania, Croatia with minimum 3 years of experience in training students/young people; (please be aware that training and teaching are 2 different things).
  • excellent English language skills
  • commitment to do follow-up activities, to finalize all activities started and to prepare all the materials
  • experience in all aspects of organizing a short training course
  • good knowledge of the target group (students/young people) and their needs is a plus.
  • Experience in personal development is a plus (coaching, training, counseling, therapy etc)

Your Responsibilities will include:

–          Participating in a crash course on the Equilitri method (2 days) plus a workshop where the design of the training course will be developed (4 days) in Romania, 13-18th of May 2014

–          Participating as an observing trainer in an Equilitri course, in the beginning of October

–          Organizing an Equilitri training courselocally in co-training with an experienced international trainer, by the end of 2014. This training course will be in your own language.

–          Ensuring the proper visibility and marketing of the training course locally so that it attracts a minimum of 20 participants (students or young people)

–          Reporting back on the training course delivered and contributing to improving the training course design

Why work with the Equilitri Network?

You would be joining an international team of 21 people from Europe that transformed Equilitri from dream to reality offering trainings, coaching and mentoring for 115 participants from 31 countries in the first 3 years of activity alone. With 23 projects in 10 countries, we have attracted more than 200 000 € financing from various sources so far. The Equilitri 2010-2019 Strategy offers a clear vision and direction for the development of the network and plenty of opportunity for those involved in it.

But what is Equilitri? It is a journey of self-discovery, who you are and who you can be. In technical terms, it is a Personal Development Method developed in over 15 years of work and testing in Asia and Europe creating success stories and projects. It is the most complete and in the same time most simple personal development method to date.

Following up on this project, you will have the chance to be part of the national team of trainers and the opportunity to organize and deliver Equilitri training courses with the support and supervision of your Country coordinator.

All participation costs for the international events are covered.

All experts selected will sign a contract covering participation and involvement in the activities during the project.

Please send your professional resume and a brief motivation letter at:, by  17 April. Some limited extra information can be found at, but please note that the site is currently under complete reconstruction. For any other questions, contact us at:



News agency journalists under age 35 from Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine are eligible.

The Central European Initiative (CEI) Secretariat is launching an “Advanced Training Program for a Young Journalist”. The selected candidate will work with the CEI and the Italian National News Agency (ANSA) staffs in Trieste, Italy, for the initial phase of operation of the ANSA New Europe Portal and its development. The journalist will also carry out tasks linked to communication and information as well as other CEI media activities.

The program will last for seven months (renewable for another seven months). The candidate will receive a (non taxable) fellowship of EUR 1,500 per month. Journalist must have an excellent knowledge of English and a good knowledge of Italian.

Deadline: 15 November 2013

More information here.


With a network of national coordinators connected to over 1.200 local
information providers and partners in 33 European countries, Eurodesk is
the main source of information on European policies and opportunities for
young people and those who work with them. Eurodesk Brussels Link (EBL)
coordinates the activities of national partners, who operates within the
EU’s new Programme Erasmus+. The network also updates and manages content
on the European Youth Portal.

EBL is seeking one (1) highly motivated web editor intern to help with the
editorial production of English contents published on the European Youth
Portal including the production on its future social media features.

This internship is an excellent opportunity to participate in all stages
of content creation from inception to publishing. Proposed length of
internship is six (6) months.

Deadline to apply: 29 November 2013 (midnight Brussels time)

More information:

(in Romania; some positions available internationally) to learn more about PATRIR

Please share broadly with those who may be interested

PATRIR will shortly be launching a Call for Interns. This is a ‘preview’ of the positions available with the Department of Peace Operations (DPO). If you are interested: please make sure you fit the criteria for interns and that these positions are relevant for you. Please share this broadly with any who may be interested (including students at the university).

Want to make a real difference in the world? To gain professional skills and capacities that can empower you and help you to achieve goals within the country and internationally? To be involved in exciting work where you will be respected, your ideas listened to, and you’ll be doing something that matters? PATRIR is recruiting highly motivated, dedicated interns to join our team. Come work in a dynamic environment with a team of passionate professionals. At PATRIR, you’ll do work you can be proud of, be able to see actual results and help on key global, national and local issues.

Project, Program and Events Coordination; Research & Analysis; Social Media, Public Relations, Marketing; Civic Engagement and Active Citizenship; Governance, Diplomacy and International Relations; Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation and Crisis Prevention; Peace and Development Education

PATRIR is recruiting interns for the following positions

Department of Peace Operations
Assistant to the Director
Enrollment & Communications Coordinator – Global OPS (Operational Peace Support)
Researcher & Analyst (up to 3 positions)

Interning at PATRIR is a real professional development and work experience. You’ll be treated as a trusted member of the team – given the opportunity to engage on issues of interest and importance to you, and to develop skills and capabilities which will help you in everything you do going further. PATRIR internships are designed:

1. To ensure that you have the opportunity to work, engage and develop professional expertise in areas of interest to you that will support your long-term professional development

2. To ensure that we find the perfect fit between your skills, aptitudes and capabilities and the work of the Institute to maximize the positive contribution you can make

You will have the opportunity to play key roles in the development and support of programmes and peace operations, to contribute to the consolidation and growth of the Department / Centre you are working with, and to participate in training programmes of the International Peace and Development Training Centre (IPTDC).


Many of the positions listed will also enable you to contribute to the development of project and programme funded positions for your work. If your internship is evaluated successfully and you wish to continue to engage with PATRIR, the possibility of transforming your internship into a paid position can be discussed with the relevant Department Director.

Brief Descriptions of Each Position
Here we provide you with a brief description of each position. Read over them and see which are of interest to you. If you are thinking of applying for a position: PATRIR is looking for people who are highly motivated, interested in gaining new skills, experience and expertise, willing to work, and who want to be part of an organisation actively working to make a positive change in Romania and internationally. For some positions you may need to be fluent in English (written and spoken).

Assistant to the Director – Department of Peace Operations
The Director of the Department of Peace Operations is responsible for overall management of the Department; ensuring growth and development of the Department; ensuring the Department achieves its objectives (globally and in the field); and leading major international peace support operations. The Assistant to the Director will be responsible for: administrative and logistical support; assisting the Director in implementation of his duties; research and mission preparation support for peace support operations. We are looking for someone who is fluent in English, with good administrative and work skills, well organized, and possibly with an interest to develop a major career in international diplomacy, the UN, dealing with global issues, and/or peacebuilding and mediation of peace processes. Applicants who feel they have very strong administrative, coordination, and professional support skills are also encouraged to apply.

Enrollment & Communications Coordinator –
Global OPS (Operational Peace Support)
Global OPS is a new on-line platform ( providing direct, customized assistance, support and coaching for experts, practitioners, and policy makers from governments, the UN, and other international, national and local organizations working in peacebuilding, prevention, and post-war recovery. The Enrollment & Communications Coordinator – Global OPS will be responsible for communicating with applicants and those interested in taking part in Global OPS programmes (primarily through e-mail and phone as participants are from around the world). The Coordinator will respond directly to the Global OPS Director and provide support for enrollment and management of global applications. English fluency is required, as are good administrative, coordination, and writing skills.

Researcher & Analyst – Department of Peace Operations (up to 3 positions)
DPO is looking for 1 – 3 highly capable junior researchers and analysts to provide support for peace operations. The Researchers & Analysts will be expected to research key areas of our missions: mediation, peace processes, prevention of armed conflict, reconciliation and healing after war, preventing elector violence, etc.; as well as research on conflict situations (eg. Nepal, Lebanon, Mexico, Syria and elsewhere). Researchers will need to: enjoy the process of research and analysis; develop briefing and policy papers to support senior staff; develop research notes and input into preparation of materials for training programmes and peace support operations. This will also include: development and editing of DPO’s global newsletter (3 – 4 times a year); jointly producing / contributing to 1 – 3 high level briefings on Romanian foreign policy; jointly producing/ contributing to 1 – 3 high level briefings for international publications addressing key issues in the peacebuilding field.

If you are highly committed, serious, and would like to take up an internship with PATRIR’s Department of Peace Operations (DPO) please write to

(c) Kai Frithjof Brand-Jacobsen

2nd IOC Young Reporters Programme


Get your pens, cameras and microphones at the ready! The second cycle of
the International Olympic Committee’s Young Reporter Programme has now
been launched.

The sports journalism training initiative will bring together 30 young
reporters, aged from 18 to 24, from the five continents, Africa, Americas,
Asia, Oceania and Europe, and run during the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic
Games next August:

The group will also include young news-crafters from China (the host
nation for the 2014 YOG), Norway (the host nation for the Lillehammer 2016
YOG) and the Argentina (the host nation for the 2018 YOG).

Once at the Games, they will live in the Youth Olympic Village with over
3,600 athletes and receive intensive class and field training from some of
the top names in the business in print, photographic, television, radio
and new media.

Interested? If you are a university student studying journalism or perhaps
already a young professional working in media, the first step is to get in
touch with your National Olympic Committee who will nominate Young
Reporters on the basis of performance and promise. The Continental
Association will then select two male and two female journalists to
represent the continent.

So if becoming a Young Reporter sounds good, then get in touch with your
NOC ( and we could see
you at the second Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, next year.

More information: