Interested in climate change issues? EU4Climate looking for intern to support project team in Georgia

Interested in climate change issues? EU4Climate looking for intern to support project team in Georgia


The EU-funded programme EU4Climate, implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is offering an internship in Georgia. 

EU4Climate is looking for an intern with an interest in climate change issues.

The intern will be expected to assist the project team in conducting desk research and/or interviews for human rights research in the context of climate change in Georgia, write thematic blogs and/or assist in drafting press releases, articles or project reports, participate in fieldwork related to climate and gender or socio-economic vulnerability assessments, assist in coordination and provide logistical support in organising trainings, events and conferences and perform other duties

Trainees will be eligible to receive a monthly stipend.

The deadline for applications is 30 June.

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CLOSING DATE

June 30, 2022

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