Rasa Papartytė has previously studied a Bachelor’s in International Relations and Development at Sussex University in the UK. As part of her Erasmus programme, Rasa has spent a year studying at the Complutense University in Spain. During her studies Rasa showed interest in human rights and its violations on a global scale, as well as…Details
Become an intern at the European Foundation of Human Rights
The European Foundation of Human Rights is a public non-profit organization based in Vilnius. It was founded in 2010 as a reaction to the increase in the number of violations of human and national minority rights in Lithuania. The main aim of our actions is the promotion of the activity of citizens and respect for marginalized social groups with regard their ethnic origin, social status, religion and gender.
We are always searching for:
Philologists of the Lithuanian language to translate articles from the Polish and English language.
There are 4 language versions of the website: www.efhr.eu: Polish, Lithuanian, English and Russian. We expect our interns to help us in the translation of articles that appear on the site. We want information to be accessible to people speaking different languages.
- traineeships adjusted to individual needs,
- at the end of the traineeship, we provide a certificate of completion for the traineeship, along with a reference,
- we guarantee the acquisition of experience needed to apply for a job on the competitive domestic and international market.
If you are interested in completing an internship at EFHR, send your CV to this e-mail address: email@example.com
Marija Balsevičiūtė is a third year bachelor degree student of Social Policy at Vilnius University. She is mostly interested in Human Rights and therefore, she has opted for volunteering during eight weeks at the European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR). Here she hopes to gain more knowledge in the field of Human Rights and their…Details
Gabrielius Graželis is a new intern at the European Foundation of Human Rights, he is from Vilnius, Lithuania. His internship lasts two months, from the end of January until the end of March. He is studying English Philology and the Second Foreign Language (French) at the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences. His interests are languages,…Details
Cormac Flahive is a new trainee at the European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) from the United Kingdom. He has previously studied a Master’s in Politics at Swansea University and has an active interest in the field of human rights as it relates to political development, particularly in the area of the political rights of…Details
Chiara is Italian and she studies law at the University of Salento. She has been always interested at international issues and she developed her interest during academic studies. She spent a semester in Greece as an Erasmus student and she studied at the Aristotle’s University of Thessaloniki. During this period abroad she has studied International…Details
Carmen is a Spanish new EVS volunteer who has studied Law and Political Science as undergraduate and Master’s in International Relations. She has been studying both in Spain and in Great Britain. Joining European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) and the project ‘Notice it! Human Rights in our daily life’ is a great opportunity to…Details
Anna Mitrowska, who is undergoing traineeship at EFHR from the beginning of July to the end of August, is a student of the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Warsaw. The discipline which interests her the most is social psychology, especially relationships between groups: the subject of prejudice, conflicts, as well as the situation…Details