Role: Projects Intern
Hours: 2 days a week (usually Tuesdays and Thursdays)
Duration: 12 months
Location: Central London
Comp: London Living Wage £10.20ph
Deadline: 5pm, Tuesday 26 February 2019
Interviews: 5 or 6 March 2019 tbc
Start date: 26 March 2019 (or as soon as available)
We’re recruiting an intern to learn from and contribute to our work.
You’ll focus on two important new policy projects. The first is about advancing the rule of law on equality and human rights after Brexit. The other will support the Race Equality Funders Network to improve the practice of funders and increase investment in race equality.
This internship is for someone from a Black, Asian, minority ethnic, or mixed heritage background. Our internship programme is a positive action initiative under the Equality Act 2010. It is part of our commitment to addressing the under-representation of people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds in EDF and in policy and public affairs roles in the wider voluntary sector.
The deadline for applications is 26 February 2019.
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