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Kurdish Human Rights Project: This is the legacy website of the Kurdish Human Rights Project, containing reports and news pertaining to human rights issues in the Kurdish Regions for 20 years.

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KHRP is pleased to announce a new specialist voluntary internship position in its Research department.

KHRP is currently recruiting a Development & Poverty Research Intern with a background in economic development and statistics to carry out a comparative analysis on poverty & the economic development of the Kurdish regions.  We would like to examine whether and to what extent governments have had a discriminatory policy of investment in these regions compared with others.

The research would cover the economic, social and political background of the country, looking at the interactions between regions, covering areas such as health, employment and education and also examining the impact of the EU accession process on the economic situation. Someone who enjoys the challenge of working in an area where there may be little and often conflicting information would suit this position and it is important to be able to identify gaps in existing information.  They would also need to be comfortably working with minimal supervision and adhering to in-house writing styles.

Please click ‘Research Internships’ on the KHRP website’s Voluntary Work page for full internship descriptions, person specifications and to download an application form.

Please note: You must be registered and logged in to the KHRP website to download application forms for voluntary positions. To register/ log in please the ‘register link’ on the right of this page.