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Date: 24. 10. 2018, last month

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Employer Information
Name of organization Amnesty International
Address Kodaňská 1441/46, Praha 10, 101 00 Vršovice 
Česká republika
Telephone +420 607 023 305
E‑mail address e-mail
Website www.​amnesty.​cz
Number of employees <100
Short description of the company Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 3 million supporters, members and activists in over 150 countries and territories who campaign to end grave abuses of human rights. Office of Amnesty International in Czech Republic was founded in 1991 and immediately became involved in international activities and began to develop their work at home. Today, its employees, along with volunteers and activists, are educating for human rights in primary and secondary schools, monitoring the human rights situation, providing support to asylum seekers, seeking to eliminate discrimination and promote systemic changes in law and practice.
Contact Details
Contact person for this placement Natálie Nelligan
Department and designation/job title Human Rights Education Department/Social Communicator, Administrative Supporter
Direct telephone number +420 737 175 817
E‑mail address e-mail
Placement Information
Department/Function Human Rights Education Department/Creative Assistant
Description of activities

Trainee will help the team:

  • with organization of human rights events with schools, including so­‑called Human Libraries (where students can “borrow” persons with an interesting life story, members of minorities, whom students otherwise might never have met in real life);
  • by encouraging and assisting high school students and school AI groups with holding events and taking action for human rights;
  • by working and compiling results of student activities (videos and photos making and editing, subtitles making, summaries writing etc.);
  • by assisting with preparation of materials for students;
  • with monitoring and evaluation of project results.
Location Prague
Duration 3 – 12 months
Working hours per week 30 – 40
Accommodation No
Competences, Skills and Experience Requirements
Languages and level of competence required Slovak C1 or Czech C1 is necessary, English B2
Computer skills and level of skills required MS Office – Word, PowerPoint, Excel; 
video and photo editing
Drivers license Not needed
Other Basic orientation in the issues of human rights, interest in activism and work with youth.
Information Provided by
Name Natálie Nelligan
Department/Function Human Rights Education Department/Social Communicator, Administrative Support
E‑mail address e-mail
Phone number(s) +420 737 175 817