European Centre for Minority Issues seeks interns

Intern at ECMIEuropean Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) seeks interns for the period April-September 2013. The internships are located in Flensburg, Germany, in the ECMI headquarters.

ECMI in Flensburg is seeking for interns to support the implementation of a number of new initiatives. The initiatives are within the research areas of:


  • Performance indicators for minority rights impact
  • The definition of minority
  • Minorities and the environment

The main task of the interns will be to assist the principal investigators of each research area in planning and organizing a workshop. In addition, the interns are expected to independently compile bibliographies and documents in the areas of research as well as in compiling an expert roster.

Find out how to apply and get more details in the call for new interns.

The European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) conducts practice and policy-oriented research, provides information and documentation, and offers advisory services concerning minority-majority relations in Europe.

It serves European governments and regional intergovernmental organizations as well as non-dominant groups throughout.

The Centre co-operates with the academic community, the media and the general public through the timely provision of information and analysis.

2 Responses to European Centre for Minority Issues seeks interns

  1. Jakez Gaucher says:

    Prière de m’envoyer vos informations sur mon adresse mail pour diffusion en Bretagne. Merci.
    Jakez Gaucher, Institut Culturel de Bretagne / Skol-Uhel ar Vro (

  2. Dear Jakez Gaucher,
    You only need to press the button called Email under the text. It is easily forwarded from there.
    All tbe best,
    ECMI Team

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