Research and internship opportunities in regenerative agriculture

Are you passionate about: Food systems transformation?Regenerative agriculture and agroecology?Climate change and planetary health?Farmers living amid the COVID-19 pandemic?Qualitative and mixed method social science research? We are looking for masters and advanced undergraduates who want an active role in datacollection and data entry with a large-scale qualitative and quantitative research projectled by the Midwest Healthy … Continue reading Research and internship opportunities in regenerative agriculture

Internship Opportunity: The Bangladesh Delta Forum & International Journal of Water Governance

Internship effective “immediately” Interested in supporting a delta initiative and doing editorial work in scientific publishing? Have some organisational, editorial and web skills and of course good knowledge of development issues? An easy communicator and teamworker, but OK with working independently? The Bangladesh Delta Forum based in Dhaka, bringing together NGO and university experts to … Continue reading Internship Opportunity: The Bangladesh Delta Forum & International Journal of Water Governance

Research internships at the International Land Coalition in collaboration with LANDac (4 options)

ILC-LANDac Collaboration on Research Internships has 3 different research internship possibilities on around land governance but on different topics and in different places: Italy, Jordan, and Trinidad and Tobago. Internship option 1:  Multi-stakeholder Platforms for Improved Land Governance: a cross-regional synthesis Land governance is a multifaced and complex, and requires the involvement of different stakeholders … Continue reading Research internships at the International Land Coalition in collaboration with LANDac (4 options)

Internship opportunity for 1 or 2 students: Communication and fundraising to support independence in tourism for the Ju/’hoansi in Tsumkwe, Namibia

In the Nyae Nyae Conservancy, Namibia, the Ju/’hoansi have been involved as part of a larger historical Community-based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) programme for over 20 years. A crucial element of this programme has been the development of tourism to generate income. Two men have been long-standing tour guides in the Nyae Nyae Conservancy, namely … Continue reading Internship opportunity for 1 or 2 students: Communication and fundraising to support independence in tourism for the Ju/’hoansi in Tsumkwe, Namibia