UN WATCH FELLOWSHIP, 2005-2006
About UN Watch
UN Watch is an accredited non-governmental organization that monitors the performance of the United Nations according to the yardstick of its own Charter. Areas of concern include strengthening the role of democracies within the U.N. and ensuring the equal treatment by the U.N. of its member states. At the United Nations, UN Watch has been at the forefront in the fight against anti-Semitism and against the U.N.'s one-sided treatment of Israel. For more information, please visit www.unwatch.org.
About the UN Watch Fellowship
We are currently accepting applications for a one-year UN Watch Fellowship, which will start in September 2005. To qualify, applicants must have:
* at least one university degree, and preferably at least one year of work or research experience * strong understanding of international relations, world history and the history of ideas * demonstrable commitment to our principal causes * exceptional English writing ability, preferably demonstrated by publications * ability to work in a small, team-oriented environment operating under strict deadlines * flexibility, patience, initiative, and intellectual curiosity.
The activities of a UN Watch Fellow may include drafting speeches, op-eds, correspondence and press releases; monitoring meetings at the UN; attending meetings and conferences with diplomats and UN officials; researching and fact-checking; and assisting with a range of administrative functions in the office. The Fellowship is located in Geneva, Switzerland, and includes travel to and from Geneva, a monthly stipend, accommodation and health insurance.
Interested candidates can download the application and instructions from:
Deadline: Postmarked no later than April 29, 2005.
For further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org