SLYCAN Trust e. V. is looking for two interns for its office in Bonn, Germany, to support its work ahead of and around the 28th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP28) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The interns will provide support for programme, research, knowledge management, and coordination work to the SLYCAN Trust team related to the thematic areas of climate-induced loss and damage (including cultural loss and human mobility), stakeholder engagement (including youth and gender), resilience-building, entrepreneurship and innovation, climate risk management, climate finance (including debt relief), and climate change adaptation.
SLYCAN Trust is a non-profit think tank working on climate change, sustainable development, biodiversity and ecosystem conservation, animal welfare, and social justice including gender and youth empowerment. Our work spans the national, regional, and global level from policy analysis and evidence-based research to on-the-ground implementation.
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