In the last days of January, the European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) visited the John Paul II Secondary School in Vilnius. Young people from five different classes participated in workshops with our intern, Marta Bednarczyk. The subject of the workshops were the rights of national minorities. Together with the trainer, participants discussed what social…Details
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Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, internships can only be done remotely. Please contact us by email for availability.
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
Julija Vaitiekūnaitė is a fourth year student of Vilnius University’s English and another foreign (French) language study programme. Born in a small town in the district of Jurbarkas, Julija was always interested in languages, art, literature. During her Erasmus visit in Paris, she found herself right in the middle of the Yellow vests movement, what…Details
Aisen was born in the coldest region of Siberia, Russia. He is a journalist and a lawyer. He is currently pursuing a PhD at The University of Gdańsk in Poland. So far, his work has been in media and human rights. From 13 years of age Aisen started to write articles in local newspapers in…Details
Karolina Antos is a 4th year student at the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy of Moscow State Institute of International Relations with a specialization in international relations and energy diplomacy. Karolina is originally from Cracow but has spent the last 3 years in Moscow, where she gained an interest in political science, human rights and…Details
Marta is a Polish-born youth worker, facilitator, and trainer. She moved to Vilnius from Riga, where she initially began to explore life in the Baltic states. Marta has recently graduated from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań obtaining a master’s degree in security studies. Additionally, she holds a bachelor’s degree in Finno-Ugric philology. Combining these two…Details
Aiden Tamasauskas is a multi-disciplinary student from Canada. His internship with EFHR will last for just over two months. As a Canadian of Lithuanian descent, he has come to Vilnius to observe, respect and contribute to a socio-cultural region that he has always been interested in. Aiden holds a master’s degree in Legal and Political Philosophy from Queen’s University…Details
Ganna is a human rights lawyer, a researcher and a civil society activist from Ukraine. Ganna holds LLB from the National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy and LLM in Human Rights from Central European University. Originally, Ganna comes from the city of Donetsk, Eastern Ukraine. However, the war forced her to flee and she found…Details