internships - Equality Now


Equality Now has internships for undergraduate, graduate, and law school students in our Americas, Africa, and Europe offices. Interns will receive invaluable firsthand knowledge on the human rights issues affecting women and girls around the world, legal advocacy techniques, international human rights mechanisms, and will help us to galvanize public support for gender equality campaigns. 

Open Internships

London (work performed remotely)

The Europe/Eurasia office is currently accepting applications for a legal intern/fellow. We are looking for a highly motivated and committed person to perform legal research and check legal references on sexual violence and women’s rights. 

Knowledge and understanding of international human rights law, especially as it relates to women and girls is required. The successful candidate will have the ability to conduct high-quality legal research and apply efficient research strategies; ability to analyse and evaluate large amounts of information; excellent drafting and referencing skills.

The position will work remotely (i.e. work from home). We are looking for someone to work full time (5 days a week), starting as soon as possible, until 18 December 2020. The Intern/Fellow will report to the Director of the Europe/Eurasia office.

Salary: London Living Wage

Closing date: Rolling until appointment (preferred start date of 16 November 2020)

Please send a CV and short cover letter to: [email protected] Please make sure to include your last name in the title of your document. Regrettably, due to the volume of applicants we receive, we are only able to respond to those who have been selected for an interview. A staff member will contact you directly to schedule an interview if you are selected. 

Equality Now is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships. Black, Asian and minority ethnic people, as well as disabled candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates must have authorisation to work in the UK. Please note at the end of your cover letter if you object to Equality Now retaining your application information past the date that the position is filled.