Reprieve (London) - Intern

Reprieve is a London based legal action charity founded by human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith in 1999. They fight to end the world’s most extreme human rights abuses: the death penalty, assassinations and secret prisons. To Reprieve, the rule of law means little if they selectively apply it to people they agree with. It is for all of us.
They investigate, they litigate and they educate; working on the frontline, they provide legal support to those unable to pay for it themselves. Reprieve promote the rule of law around the world and secure each person’s right to a fair trial. In doing so, we save lives. Reprieve’s main office is based in London, UK. Reprieve also supports full time Reprieve Fellows, who work as lawyers, investigators and advocates in different countries. They work with partners in jurisdictions all over the world, including Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), government officials, individual lawyers and human rights defenders, as well as individual, corporate and foundation funders.
Reprieve is excited to offer a new 12 month, paid internship position. They are working with the Social Mobility Foundation to target the most talented people from less-privileged backgrounds, to add to our agile, inspiring team. Reprive want to provide a stepping stone for you, as you build your career in the human rights or the legal profession. To apply, they want you to tell them about yourself: your abilities, your interests, your experience and your creativity. Find out more about the role, how to apply and the criteria here.
This role is paid at the London Living Wage (£10.20 per hour) plus up to 5% employee matched pension contribution.
The deadline for applications is: Tuesday 2nd January 2018 at 9am. To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter, setting out how you are suited to the role and how you fit the person specification, to by the deadline date. Please ensure your email has the subject heading ‘Reprieve Intern’, and that all attachments are sent in PDF format.
Please note that this role is open to people from low income backgrounds and unfortunately we are not able to review applications that do not meet the eligibility criteria.