Internship Opportunity with GLOBSEC for UG and G students
GLOBSEC, an independent, non-partisan, non-governmental organization based in Bratislava, is looking for up to two interns to join their research team in a semi-remote fashion from January 2018 onwards for stints of no less than three months.
The organization, which aims to shape the global debate on foreign and security policy, has developed a research and advocacy project titled “From Criminals to Terrorists and Back?” that addresses the “crime-terror nexus” in Europe. The main goal of the project is to inquire whether a specific connection to illegal trade is a precursor to terrorism, and to what extent this trade funds terrorism through a large data collection effort across 11 countries.
After receiving the necessary training, interns will work with the team of GLOBSEC’s Head of Defence and Security Program, Kacper Rekawek, PhD and perform the following tasks:
- Data collection, collation and analysis in relation to a multi-national two year research project related to inter-connections between organised crime and terrorism.
- Assistance with other project activities - preparation of events, study visits, coordination meetings with 11 research teams in Bratislava, contribution to the project's published outputs: reports, factsheets, infographics.
- The project could also result in offers to co-publish work on the project's theme, and provides a chance to network with Europe's foremost security experts based in 12 European countries!
This unpaid internship is offered to Webster Vienna Private University students first and will be supported by the International Relations department through providing a working space within the department. Students may also have the opportunity upon the IR department head’s approval to count this internship under POLT 3650 (see the specific requirements) or under INTL 6500 (see the specific requirements).
Send your application including cover letter, CV and references (optional) to email@example.com
Application deadline: November 10th 2017