STWR has launched a new website:
This older website is no longer being updated and is due to be closed down within the next few weeks.
All of STWR’s own content has been transferred to the new website, but most of the third-party content currently on the old site will soon be unavailable.
If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jobs and Internships|
Please note that there are no job vacancies or internship opportunities at present. Please check this page regularly and sign up to the newsletter for updates here: http://www.stwr.org/news-services/newsletter-alerts.html
STWR offers ongoing internships in various areas including research, campaigning and communications. Please note that the summer internship deadline has now passed, and the internship program is currently closed.
The STWR internship program allows graduates to acquire valuable experience in a range of capacities whilst working for a progressive NGO during a key stage of its growth.
Interns will generally be considered if they can commit to a full time position for three months, or to a minimum of two and a half days per week, for a period of six months. They may be working directly in the office or remotely depending upon the individual’s experience, competence and our requirements.
As STWR is a small organisation, interns will be working closely with key members of the team and will contribute directly and significantly to our activities.
Share The World’s Resources advocates for governments to share essential resources, such as water, energy and staple food, in order to secure basic human needs. We aim to promote greater international cooperation to facilitate a more equitable distribution of these vital goods and services.
As a non-governmental organisation with recommended consultative status at the United Nations, we publish reports on key global issues and provide information on how and why economic sharing can end poverty and promote international peace and security. In order to achieve these goals, we utilise a number of communication strategies including:
1. The Website
2. Writing reports and articles
3. Campaigning & Communications
We offer the chance for interns to learn about the many different aspects of how an advocacy NGO and think tank operates, and we provide an opportunity for individuals to develop their own distinctive skills within our small team. Due to our size and cooperative environment, successful candidates will have the unique opportunity to work as an integral part of our core team and directly contribute to our work and objectives.
For some positions it may not be mandatory to work from our London office, and we will consider individuals who live further away and are able to work from home. The duties assigned to interns may be varied and can include conducting research, writing, maintaining the website, implementing a communication strategy or supporting the organisation’s general activities.
Internships are unpaid, although depending on individual circumstances, we should be able to reimburse your travel or lunch expenses.
Below are lists of essential and desired requirements for internships with STWR.
Please note that interns will be assessed on an individual basis and their duties and responsibilities will be tailored to each applicant.
Please include this personal statement in the body of the email.
Please clearly write ‘APPLICATION’, followed by your full name in the subject field of your email, for example:
‘APPLICATION – John Jones’
Please send the email and all attachments to info (at) stwr.org
1. We will send you an email to confirm we have received your application, which will be sent within five days.
|Climate Change & Environment|
|Global Financial Crisis|
|Global Conflicts & Militarization|
|IMF, World Bank & Trade|
|Poverty & Inequality|
|Aid, Debt & Development|
|The UN, People & Politics|
|Food Security & Agriculture|
|Health, Education & Shelter|
|Land, Energy & Water|
|Economic Sharing & Alternatives|