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OECD Watch Internship (24 hours per week)

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Would you like to intern with an organisation focused on corporate accountability for harmful impacts on people and the environment? Do you have a particular interest in learning about the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises on Responsible Business Conduct? If so, please read on and apply.

About OECD Watch and SOMO

The OECD Watch(opens in new window) network, hosted by the Dutch NGO SOMO, is a global network of civil society organisations with more than 140 members in over 50 countries. OECD Watch undertakes a range of activities centred on empowering global civil society to use the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises on Responsible Business Conduct(opens in new window) (OECD Guidelines) and National Contact Point(opens in new window) (NCP) complaint system to secure accountability for corporate harm and strengthen law and policy on business conduct. We are committed to raising international standards for corporate accountability.

SOMO conducts action-oriented research to expose the influence and unprecedented power of multinationals. SOMO’s research is independent, factual, critical, and with a clear goal: a fair and sustainable world, in which public interests outweigh the interests of companies.

Key activities and responsibilities of selected intern

This internship will entail work with OECD Watch’s secretariat(opens in new window) based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The main activity of the intern will be to support an update of OECD Watch’s evaluations of NCPs(opens in new window) . This will involve detailed analysis and evaluation of NCP policies, reporting, and practice. This will also involve communicating about the evaluations directly with NCP (government) representatives and incorporating their feedback.

The intern may also be involved in:

Requirements / skills

We offer

Interested in this position?

Please send your application (your letter of interest and CV in English) by e-mail to jobs@somo.nl before 18.00 CET on Sunday 31 March 2024. Candidates should be prepared for interviews taking place in the second week of April.

Posted in category:
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Written by: Hannah Greep
Written by: Jonathan Bijman
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