Internship program

Internship program of THRI

Internship Programme

The Hague Research Institute is pleased to introduce its internship program! The primary aim of this initiative is to enrich the knowledge and skills of students and recent graduates while helping their future career prospects. Eligible candidates will have the opportunity to work either part-time (4 hours a day) or full-time (8 hours a day) on weekdays, adhering to a mutually agreed-upon schedule.

Our THRI internship program provides a diverse range of opportunities encompassing research, analysis, data management, communications, networking, copywriting, and policy development. Internship tasks may include conducting background research, collecting and analyzing data, collaborating on op-eds, interviews and analysis, and contributing to the organization of podcasts, workshops, summer schools and conferences.

We are actively seeking:

Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates in fields such as International Relations, Political Science, Regional Studies, and related disciplines.

Individuals who have a strong passion for learning and are enthusiastic about the South Caucasus, Eastern Europe, and/or Central Asia.

Candidates with outstanding analytical and linguistic abilities will be given preference.

A solid foundation in analytical, writing, and synthesizing skills, as well as excellent communication skills in English, are essential.

Candidates must remain enrolled as university students throughout the entire internship period.

If you are interested in joining our internship program, please submit your CV and a motivation letter to info@hagueresearch.org, with “Internship Program” mentioned in the subject line.

Current Interns

Lucy Keedy-Davies

Lucy Keedy-Davies

Intern

Lucy has completed her Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations in Kyoto, Japan at Ritsumeikan University. She has had the privilege to develop both an Asian and European perspective on global issues through her advisors and taken undergraduate courses relevant to her field of study. Lucy has predominantly focused on sustainable supply chains and trade routes within the textile industry and she is joining the team as an Intern to aid researchers and put to use these perspectives and experiences.

Oliver Reschreiter

Oliver Reschreiter

Intern

Oliver is an MA student pursuing his degree in Russian, Eurasian, and Eastern European Studies at the Aleksanteri Institute in Helsinki, Finland. His primary specialization is Central Asian affairs, specifically governance and transition within the region. His current ongoing project is an analysis of regime change in Kazakhstan. Outside of his academic pursuits, he manages Gazeta Sasha, a student magazine where they primarily publish on cultural affairs across Eurasia.

Zhuldyz Ramazanova

Zhuldyz Ramazanova

Intern

Zhuldyz is currently enrolled in a master’s degree in Human Rights Law at Central European University, Vienna. She specializes in environmental justice, aiming to bridge the gap between environmental concerns and human rights protection.Her specialization extends to transport and energy corridors, with a keen interest in enhancing regional connectivity. In addition to her academic pursuits, Zhuldyz serves as a project officer at Generation Climate Europe