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Position:                                                   Intern - Communication & Fundraising

Supervised by:                                         Head of Development

Location:                                                    Geneva office / Remote

Period of Assignment:                             Preferably from 10 February 2021 to 10 August 2021


Fight for Humanity:

Founded in March 2019, Fight for Humanity is a dynamic non-governmental organization that seeks to reinforce respect for the rights of people exposed to human rights abuses in situations of violence and conflict. ​It currently leads programmes in the Middle East on child protection, the protection of cultural heritage and victims’ rights.

Job Description:

The intern will support Fight for Humanity's communication and fundraising activities. He/she will report to the Head of Development and, occasionally and on some specific tasks, to the Head of Operations.


Role and Responsibilities:



  • Support the preparation of project concept notes and proposals in coordination with the operational team

  • Participate in the identification of potential donors

  • Support the coordination of fundraising efforts



  • Support the organization and follow up of on our regular online events and webinars (communications/logistics)

  • Prepare relevant content for social media (internal news + external content)

  • Support the development of website and regular newsletter




  • Occasionally support the Head of Operations on research, mapping and desk assessments or to participate in events.




  • Work within the framework of 's core values, promoting its mission statement

  • Commit to read and respect all current ethic and organizational policies

  • Work towards achieving organization and programme level objectives.

  • Participate in training activities as required.

  • Undertake any other duties appropriate to the post as may be required.



Profile Requirements:


To be considered for an internship at Fight for Humanity, the applicant must meet the following requirements:

  • Enrolled in a Master’s or graduate programme (Master's degree, or higher), at the time of application and during the whole internship period in one of the following fields: human rights, international relations, international development, communication or a similar field

  • Languages: English - Native or full professional proficiency | German - Native or full professional proficiency (oral and writing skills) Any other language is welcome.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Computer skills (proficiency in MS Office); familiarity with online and social media communication tools.

  • Strong interest in human rights

  • Able to work well in a team and adapt to an international working environment


Internship conditions:

This internship is based in Geneva and can be part time (80%) or full time, for a period of approximately 6 months beginning in February 2021 until August 2021. Due to the current COVID situation, we may ask you to work from home. Unpaid position.

How to apply:

Send your application (CV, cover letter and any other supporting documents) to info(at) before 30 January 2021.

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