Tweet LinkedIn 0 PhD at Schools of Law in Riga and Copenhagen → YOUNG LEADERS – 2021 EDITION ← Photography Challenge “We can survive in Resource Depleted World” Reddit Similar Stories Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. +1 European Blind Union full time Project Coordinator. Interpol Internships in Lyon, France September 2, 2014 Published by vladimir Pocket World Forum for Democracy 2020: Call for Initiatives Share 0 Deadline: receiving applications on a regular basisOpen to: graduates form accredited universities who have legal age of majorityRemuneration: monthly allowance of 550 EURDescriptionINTERPOL offers internship possibilities for a limited number of persons from any member country. The main aim of the Internship Programme is to be of mutual benefit to the Intern and to the Organization. The purposes of the INTERPOL Internship Programme shall be to provide the Interns with:A better understanding of the Organization’s goals and objectives and how international police co-operation is organized;An insight into how an international organization operates;A framework to enhance their educational experience through practical work assignments, thereby developing skills which will be useful for their career and future employment;The possibility of working in a multicultural, multilingual and multiethnic environment, contributing to the development of mutual understanding, trust and tolerance.EligibilityIn order to be eligible for internship in Interpol you must meet the following selection criteria:Be national of a member country;Have attained the legal age of majority of the country you are national in;Be enrolled in, or have graduated in an accredited academic institution;Be fluent in English and the official working language regularly used in the duty station where the Internship will take place (French, Spanish or Arabic);Have studied in an area of interest of Interpol.Additional skills are welcomed like:Knowledge of other official languages of the Organization (French, Spanish, German or Arabic);Ability to work in a multicultural environment;Willingness to work as a member of a team.RemunerationINTERPOL provides an allowance of EUR 550 a month. The intern will be responsible for finding his/her own accommodation, obtaining a visa and bearing all travel costs. ApplicationTo apply for the Interpol internship you need to:Fill the application form;Attach it to this link alongside with you email.Additional information is provided at their official website and in the Internship policy.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreThis 7-year-old girl has lived her whole life with only one leg – so when her friends see her sporting a brand new pink prosthetic, they can’t contain their joy.Anu, who is a student at an elementary school in Birmingham, England, can be seen striding confidently into her playground in this clip from the BBC Midlands Today. Her friends can be heard saying “Is that your new pink leg?” and “Wow!”Another little girl simply wraps up Anu in a big hug before they all start playing on the tarmac.RELATED: Watch the Tears as Community Pays For Beloved Crossing Guard’s Prosthetic RepairsAnu’s leg was amputated soon after she was born. Her new prosthetic, supported by the West Midlands Rehabilitation Center, will allow the 7-year-old to run, dance, and play just like her friends.The purity of welcome she received is enough to bring a grown man to tears.(WATCH the video below)Click To Share This Sweet Story With Your Friends AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
A grenade attack killed eight people and wounded 50 others in a village in Burundi’s northern Kayanza province late on Sunday, police said.Four of the victims died at the scene and the other four succumbed to their injuries, police spokesman Pierre Nkurikiye said.The assault occurred around 6:30 p.m. local time (4:30 GMT) in the village of Shinya on Sunday, Nkurikiye told reporters in the capital, Bujumbura, on Monday. He called the assault “a terrorist attack”.“An unknown person threw a grenade among the population,” he said.Nkurikiye did not say who might have carried out the assault, but police usually use the phrase “terrorist attack” to indicate armed opponents of President Pierre Nkurunziza.At least 700 people have been killed in clashes between Nkurunziza’s supporters and his opponents since April 2015, when the president said he would run for a third term in office. He was re-elected in July 2015 in a vote largely boycotted by the opposition.In a tweet on Monday, Nkurunziza offered condolences “to the families who lost their next of kin in the terror attack … The perpetrators will surely be punished.”Nkurunziza’s opponents say his bid for a third term violated the country’s constitution and the terms of a peace deal that ended a previous rebellion. The president cited a constitutional court ruling that his bid was legal.Burundi’s growing insecurity has spurred some alarm in the region because it has the same ethnic mix of majority Hutus and minority Tutsis as neighboring Rwanda, where 800,000 people were killed in ethnic violence in 1994.An estimated 400,000 Burundians have so far been displaced by the fighting between Nkurunziza’s backers and his opponents.