The Mission of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe to Bosnia and Herzegovina is seeking interns for its Judicial and Legal Reform Section.
This Section conducts a countrywide trial-monitoring program for criminal cases, extending from the investigation stage through to the execution of criminal sanctions. Points of particular focus, on which interns (based in the Mission's main office in Sarajevo) will contribute research and analysis:
► Justice sector monitoring and advocacy;
► Accountability for war crimes; and
► Vulnerable individuals -- such as victims of trafficking, domestic violence, hate crimes, and juveniles --who face the justice system.
The findings of the Section's monitoring efforts are used by the OSCE Mission to promote judicial and legal reforms and to provide assistance and advice on human rights conventions and obligations.
Sought are interns with:
► University qualification in law;
► Fluent English; and
► Demonstrated commitment to human rights and rule of law work.