Konrad Adenauer Foundation of Romania invites law students, as well as recent graduates, to become part of the ’Leaders for Justice’ program in 2015. The chosen participants will take part in six training sessions, as well as a meeting with the alumni of the program, between January and July 2016.
The UNU Office of the Rector offers highly qualified applicants the opportunity to work as Junior Fellows at their headquarters in Tokyo. The programme is focused on graduate level students, as well as young professionals who will contribute to the work of the Office and to the development of the UN system itself.
Unplag has launched a scholarship contest for students all over the world, in order to encourage original writing skills. The student who will write the most engaging and creative essay on the topic of plagiarism has the opportunity to win 2.000 $.
The International Law Students Association invites students to submit articles for publication in the ILSA Quarterly. Full length articles, brief articles covering current events or developments in international law, interviews with international law practitioners are the kind of articles that ILSA expects for.
Amnesty International gives students, as well as any other interested individuals the opportunity to learn more about human rights, and particularly about the freedom of expression, by taking a short course, which aims to teach participants how to claim and defend their rights.
The Babala Defence team in the Prosecutor v. Jean-Pierre Bemba et al case at the International Criminal Court is looking for two pro bono legal assistants available to start on November 1, 2015, for a 6 months internship.
University of Cantabria (Spain) is organising the Conference on Reproductive Rights, New Reproductive Technologies and the European Fertility Market, which will take place this fall between November 19-20, 2015.