Daily Archives: 30. May 2014

Internship placement at “Arab Institute for Democracy”, Tunis

Are you interested in doing an internship in Tunisia? Our Tunisian partner organisation "Arab Institute for Democracy" is urgently looking for volunteers for an internship from July. The organisation is based in Tunis, and here you find the Website  and the Facebook page of this young and still small organisation. It works in the areas of democracy promotion, human rights, local governance, and political consensus. In the following you find the call for applications. If you are interested, please get in touch with us (14km) at info@14km.org, and we will send you further documents. Please note that the internship is unpaid. In the case of a successful application, we will take a facilitation fee of 40 Euros.   Hello, we (Wafa and Emna from Arab Institute for Democracy) are looking for a volunteer to join our team! Here are the details: Period of time: 1 to 3 months (between July 2014 – February 2015) Tasks and duties Write and edit press release Help organize workshops and conferences Prepare correspondence as needed Help prepare bulk mailings Proofreading of brochure and website posts Other duties as assigned Preferable experience: Marketing Building strategic partnership Fundraising Study background: Political science, human rights, sociology, law school, other relevant areas Qualifications: Outstanding writing skills in English, and French if possible Basic knowledge of computer and data entry Basic knowledge of nonprofit organization policy Profile: Pleasant manner, patience, problem-solving ability, dependability and positive attitude Good at working within a team Support: Training for this position will be provided. In addition, the program manager and the program coordinator will be available for questions and assistance. Introduction to the culture, the country and the traditions Any help and advices needed about places to visit, safety etc. Age Requirement: Above 18 Time commitment: At least 4 days a week (from 4 to 6 hours a day) Flexibility of days and hours of working is required.