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Unfortunately  we are  unable to respond to unsolicited applications whether for jobs, volunteer positions, internships or study projects.

All such opportunities will be published on this webpage and we encourage interested parties to check-in occasionally.

If you are seeking employment in a rehabilitation centre or programme, please contact the centre or programme directly. A list of our member centres and programmes is available here.

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 editing function as well as the efforts of increasing the visibility and readership of the journal, particularly with regard to its searchability online and increasing subscribers and contributors in Low and Middle Income Countries.

Applications will be accepted until midnight on 24th June.

For more information and how to apply, see here.

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

- Olga Sadovskaya, Deputy chair of the Committee Against Torture

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