18 min

GET #38 - Traineeship at the Council of Europe - Experience from the Strasbourg Headquarters The Greater European Talks

    • Politics

Do you ever want to work as a trainee at the Council of Europe, the continent's leading human rights organisation with 46 member states? Or do you ever wish to be a part of the organisation that signed the European Convention on Human Rights?
In this episode, Eylül Erva Akin asks Rana Gülnihal Genç and Clara Ariño Garcia about their previous experiences as trainees at the Council of Europe's Strasbourg headquarters. In this episode, we answer the following questions: How to make an application? How to stand out from the rest of the thousands of applicants? What is it like to work for an international organisation? Enjoy listening.

This episode was produced and hosted by Eylül Erva Akin. Sound engineered by Jose Ignacio Oliveros. 

If you would like to join one of our future episodes, please email us at podcast@institutegreatereurope.com 

You can find us at:


https://www.institutegreatereurope.com/ 
https://www.facebook.com/InstituteGreaterEurope/

Do you ever want to work as a trainee at the Council of Europe, the continent's leading human rights organisation with 46 member states? Or do you ever wish to be a part of the organisation that signed the European Convention on Human Rights?
In this episode, Eylül Erva Akin asks Rana Gülnihal Genç and Clara Ariño Garcia about their previous experiences as trainees at the Council of Europe's Strasbourg headquarters. In this episode, we answer the following questions: How to make an application? How to stand out from the rest of the thousands of applicants? What is it like to work for an international organisation? Enjoy listening.

This episode was produced and hosted by Eylül Erva Akin. Sound engineered by Jose Ignacio Oliveros. 

If you would like to join one of our future episodes, please email us at podcast@institutegreatereurope.com 

You can find us at:


https://www.institutegreatereurope.com/ 
https://www.facebook.com/InstituteGreaterEurope/

18 min