Indonesia Legal Fellowship 2020

Justice Without Borders is accepting applications for a 12 weeks Fellowship Programme in Depok, Indonesia, starting in mid-June 2020.

Legal Fellows will engage in legal projects, public relations, and operations.  Fellows will also gain hands-on experience in:

  • Fact-finding skills
  • Managing real migrant worker cases
  • Practicing skills and experience (most of our cases are in jurisdictions outside of Indonesia)
  • Working with legal practitioners from Singapore and Hong Kong

 

About Justice Without Borders

Justice Without Borders (JWB) is a regional NGO supporting migrant worker victims in seeking compensation against abusers. JWB develops the networks, knowledge, and know-how needed to make access to justice a reality for migrant workers, no matter where they happen to be.  JWB has offices in Indonesia, Hong Kong, and Singapore.  JWB Indonesia’s main function is to work with grassroots organisations on Indonesian migrant workers’ cases.

 

Requirements for prospective Legal Fellows

  • Part-time, 14 hours per week
  • Law students are preferred and strongly encouraged to apply 
  • Fluency in English, with strong written and verbal skills
  • Able to work with teams
  • Strong organizational skills, with the ability to work with multiple tasks and deadlines
  • Interest and skills in translation between English and Bahasa is mandatory
  • Graphic design, photography, and videography skills are a plus
  • Fellows are required to bring/use their own laptops during the fellowship programme

 

This is an unpaid fellowship and is fully operated on a voluntary basis.

We are aware with the Covid-19 situation and we will adjust the working condition as necessary.

 

To apply, please send your CV and an English writing sample (max. 10 pages) before 10 June 2020, to:

salsa@forjusticewithoutborders.org

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