Windows – Channels for Communication (Research Intern)

Last updated 7 October 2019

Description

Established in 1991, Windows has extensive experience in developing and implementing independent education projects based on an equal partnership between Palestinians from the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT), Palestinian citizens of Israel and Israeli Jews: long-term programs that address the imbalance of power between the sides and the real needs of the participants. Therefore, our programs enable youth to critically engage with the challenges of the situation in a safe atmosphere that facilitates a change of feelings and perceptions. This change, in turn, leads to new attitudes and behaviors that are needed in order to create conditions for a future that is based on human rights for all. Our goal is to empower youth to take the responsibility to know more and take action towards this future.


 

Please note that there is no direct participation of the interns in the youth programs, but the interns are working behind the scenes in order to make them possible. All internships are unpaid but offer valuable experience in a friendly atmosphere. Windows' interns are considered an essential part of Windows team and are treated as such. Interns have the opportunity to coordinate projects and gain direct exposure to the workings of a non-profit organization. In addition, students are often able to arrange academic credits with their universities. Internships are usually three to six months long or more. Because it takes time to acquire the relevant knowledge of the context and become effective, we do not accept interns who cannot commit to at least three months.

 

 

Windows is in the process of producing a database that includes an interactive timeline of history that is used as material in education projects. For this project, we are looking for students with relevant experience in the research field.


 

Responsibilities:

  • Research information related to Israel/Palestine from a variety of sources in order to create a wider perspective

  • Write content related to the research material

  • Must be able to commit up to 30 hours a week for a 3-month period or more

  • Starting from January 2020


 

Qualifications:

  • Working proficiency in English

  • Excellent writing and editing skills

  • Background in history, Middle-Eastern studies, anthropology or social sciences

  • Good knowledge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

  • Experience in academic research

  • Educational background is an asset

  • Access to research literature a plus (for example: university's online resources)

 

How to apply:

Please send your CV and a short cover letter explaining your motivation, expectations, and dates of availability to winpeace.intern@gmail.com. Applications are taken on a rolling basis.
Preferred starting date: January 2020

Host

wernowquin

City

Tel Aviv (ISRAEL)

Study Domain(S)

Educational Research, Literature and Cultural Studies, Ethnic Studies, History, Political Science and International Relations

Valid until

31 October 2019

Languages

English

Study Degree

Bachelor, Master

Payment

Not Paid

Certification

Uncertified




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