Call for Applicants: Internship on Minority Political Participation in Slovakia

We received this regarding the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) which has an open internship on Minority Political Participation in Slovakia:

ECMI seeks an intern for 2011 to support ECMI program on minority political participation.
The program aims to study how minorities participate in decision-making processes on
national and regional levels. Your tasks will include conducting research on Slovak
political system and working on construction of country profile databases.

Your profile:
You are interested in party politics, party programs and ideologies, parliamentary
representation, conflict resolution. You have completed a course of studies in social
sciences or law (minimum: MA student). You are fluent in English and computer literate.

How to apply:
Please send your application by electronic mail only; no phone calls will be accepted. A
letter of application with the reference "Political Participation Internship", accompanied by
a curriculum vitae, the names, contact details (including e-mail addresses) of three
references, and an unedited writing sample in English (an extract of maximum 5 pages
from a research paper not edited by someone else), should be sent to:
Maj-Britt Risbjerg Hansen: hansen[@]
Incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration. You will be contacted after an
initial review and asked to provide academic/professional references in case you have been

It is possible to negotiate time slots upon request, especially to accommodate the different
university terms in Europe and overseas. Please specify this in your application.

Internship Guide:
For additional information, please refer to the Internship Guide of ECMI -

The attached .pdf contains the same information. Please forward it to somebody who might have interest (or who might know somebody who does).