Internships with the United Nations Association of New Zealand (UNA NZ) provides individuals with an opportunity to apply their talents and to extend their experience at the interface of the United Nations, civil society, government, and international networks and organizations.
Interns' responsibilities include:
Bit of a cocktail, I'm born and raised in the Philippines, son to a German mother and a Kiwi father. After graduating my Master's in International Relations from Madrid, Spain; I looked to return home to New Zealand to have an opportunity to work for a diverse organisation. I've been with UNA NZ since June and am researching the circular economy in New Zealand.
My name is Elise and I come from France. I graduated with a double-bachelor in Economics and Political Science (2016), followed by an MA in Political Science (2018) at the Panthéon University Sorbonne, Paris. I specialized in European Public Affairs, with a particular focus on the EU and its role in global governance. As part of my internship at the UNA NZ, I undertook research on big data and human rights issues in New Zealand (‘Privacy in the era of big Data: Meaning and implications for Aotearoa New Zealand’).