Wherever possible, ARTICLE 19 seeks to ensure that all vacancies are advertised on this website. We regret that we are unable to consider applications for internships unless received in response to a specific advertisement.
Jobs are available on our jobs page >
Fellowships are also available, see fellowships page >
Law Programme Internships
The internship opportunities are advertised on continuous basis, allowing the applicants to plan in advance (and possibly to seek the funding - such as scholarship or internship with sufficient time).
The applications are accepted on rolling basis, but the applications will only be assessed after the application closing deadline.
There are 4 intakes during the year.
More information about internships
Internships at ARTICLE 19 offer the opportunity for individuals to further their career goals while defending freedom of expression and information. Interns gain experience and knowledge which may help them either with their studies, interests or in gaining future paid work in the non-governmental sector. The bulk of any placement will be substantive in nature, giving insight into the workings of an international human rights organisation and an in depth knowledge of issues relating to freedom of expression and information.
Internships are limited to between six weeks and six months and all applicants need to have or be able to obtain the right to work in the UK.