Isandla Institute is offering a 6 - 7 month internship opportunity for post-graduate students. The intern will be part of a project on integrated area-based violence prevention, which has a strong emphasis on knowledge production, peer learning, awareness raising and advocacy. A primary focus of the project is to facilitate learning exchanges between civil society organisations and government stakeholders on safety and neighbourhood development. The successful intern will be given an opportunity to learn in a dynamic and engaged working environment and sharpen her/his skills in relation to research, logistics, administration and media communication.
To qualify for the internship, you need to have an Honours or Masters degree or be enrolled for a postgraduate degree in urban studies/geography/development studies/political studies, or equivalent. We are looking for someone with a strong research background, with good writing skills and who is very organised.
- A letter motivating why you would like to participate in the internship programme;
- A copy of your CV with two contactable references; and,
- A sample of written work.
You can download the full internship description below.