The Human Rights Secretariat of the Administration of the Government of Georgia has launched a paid training program.
Three trainees who will work on human rights policy documents and analyze international reports, together with the Secretariat, are set to be selected.
Within the framework of the program, trainees will study human rights-related issues in the scope of the Inter-Agency Council and Human Rights Secretariat and will be engaged in the promotion of a coordinated work process between the permanent working groups of the Human Rights Inter-Agency Council.
All candidates with a diploma in law, political sciences, or international relations are welcomed to participate in the competition.
The competition topics are as follows: the Constitution of Georgia, the Law of Georgia on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination, including violence against women, and protection of the victims of violence, the Code on the Rights of the Child, the 2014-2020 National Strategy on the Protection of Human Rights, The 2018-2020 Government Action Plan on the Protection of Human Rights, the 2018-2020 Government Action Plan on the Implementation of Measures to Combat Violence against Woman, Domestic Violence and Protect Victims of Domestic Violence, and the 2018-2020 Government Action Plan on the Implementation of the UN Security Council Resolutions on Peace and Security.
Candidates will be tested and interviewed, and interns will undergo a six-month training.