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Torture Journal Intern

As an intern with the Torture Journal, you will get a good understanding of project managing an Open Access journal and dealing with numerous stakeholders including authors, peer reviewers and editors. You will have an opportunity to input actively into how to attract and interest academics as well as field workers and IRCT members in contributing to the journal. You will support the efforts of increasing the visibility and readership of the journal, particularly in Low and Middle Income Countries, through amongst other things a translation pilot, where your language skills will be key, and through using social media, blogs and press releases to increase subscribers and develop interest in the content.

The intership is full-time based in Copenhagen and to be filled in February (start date to be agreed upon). It has a duration of four months, which is equivalent to 30 ECTS points. Our internships do not entail salary. It is a requirement that the applicant has work and/or residency permit and preferably already resides in Denmark.

Deadline for applications is Sunday December 3, 2017.

See full details and how to apply

“Rehabilitation helps restore the physical and mental state of torture victims.”

- Olga Sadovskaya, Deputy chair of the Committee Against Torture

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