2021 Morris B. Abram Graduate Fellowship with UN Watch in Geneva

Recent college graduates with degrees in international relations or related fields are invited to apply for the prestigious one-year Morris B. Abram Fellowship with UN Watch in Geneva. The Fellowship begins on September 1, 2021, and will last for one year.
Fellows draft reports, speeches, op-eds, and press releases, monitor and report on meetings at the UN, perform research, and manage social media.

Candidates must have native-level English fluency and superb writing skills.

Previous UN Watch Fellows have gone on to distinguished careers in law, government, diplomacy, human rights and journalism.

Total value of the stipend, which includes accommodation in a studio apartment in Geneva, is approximately $50,000. UN Watch will also provide health insurance and return travel to and from Geneva.

Click here for more details and for application form.

Deadline for Applications: December 15, 2020


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