Research internship

Randomized Controlled Trial on Gender, Livelihoods, and Forest Conservation in Ethiopia

Internship

Position:Research Internship
Candidates:Must be enrolled in master programme and based in the EU (with work permit)
Department:Knowledge Unit (Sustainable Economic Development & Gender)
Location:Amsterdam
Hours:32-40 hours a week
Internship remuneration:550 euros gross per month, based on a 40-hour work week
Duration:4-6 months
Starting date18 March 2024
More information:Rob Kuijpers (r.kuijpers@kit.nl)
Application deadline4 March 2024

KIT Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam is a leading centre of expertise for sustainable economic development, gender, health care and intercultural communication. We conduct research and provide advisory services and training in developing countries on a wide range of development issues. We stimulate interactions between global, national and local levels partners and help to bring theory into practice.

The department of Sustainable Economic Development and Gender comprises an international team of advisors working to improve the performance of programmes, companies and organizations that pursue sustainable and inclusive development.

Within this department, we offer an internship position to master students, who need an internship in fulfilment of their Master degree, on a research project titled “Inclusive Conservation and Livelihoods in Tropical Forests: Exploring Gender Transformative Approaches.” Our organisation’s working language is English.