Internship

Internship

The Heinrich Böll Stiftung’s Internship Program offers insights into the practical aspects of the work of a political foundation as well as administration and planning processes. Young people with an interest in the foundation's program get the opportunity to work in a multicultural context with a particular focus on Thai culture and society. Advanced students get the chance to work on specific subjects related to their experiences and interests with the support of a program coordinator.

Over the past 10 years more than 50 young women and men did an internship at the Heinrich Böll Stiftung’s Southeast Asia Regional Office of whom many are affiliated with the foundation until today.

Internships are offered to recent Bachelor graduates and Master students only. A good working knowledge of English is required and in addition either German or Thai. The duration of the internship should be at least 3 months full time (40 hours/week).

To apply for the internship position, please email your CV and application letter containing your research proposal in which you state your field of interest and availability (all documents as PDF and in English) to Mr. Fransiskus Tarmedi: fransiskus.tarmedi@th.boell.org

Currently there are no internship positions available!

Interns at the hbs Southeast Asia Regional Office

About the foundation

Publications

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Women, Power, and Change in Southeast Asia

pdf
Report

A vital part of this report of the current context in Southeast Asia involves showing the ways that ordinary people, activists, human rights defenders, and social movements are organizing to protect their communities from destruction and injustice, even in extremely precarious and dangerous situations. Some of the most vocal and active participants in progressive movements for change and transformation are women from the most affected communities in the region.

The Future of Civic Space: What are the Realities of “Shrinking Space”

DOSSIER: SQUEEZED – SPACE FOR CIVIL SOCIETY

Photo: Niklas Hughes. Creative Commons License LogoThis image is licensed under Creative Commons License.

Subscribe to RSSSubscribe to RSS