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Survival does not manage any projects overseas – we do assist some projects with tribal peoples, but these are run by the tribe itself. We do not send volunteers into the field, or sponsor any visitors other than our own staff.
A genuine commitment to Survival and its work is more important than formal qualifications or a desire to work in the charity sector as a whole.
Survival is looking for a Media Officer. Shining the spotlight of the world’s media on the relentless persecution that tribal peoples experience is at the heart of Survival’s work. Over the last 49 years our track record of securing global media coverage has played a vital role in the countless victories we’ve won. The work of the Media Officer, therefore, is central to combating one of the most urgent and horrific humanitarian crises of our time.
Survival’s Berlin office is looking for two interns in the fields of press and fundraising. Both positions require you to speak German as a first language and have a working knowledge of English. The positions are suitable for those interested in indigenous rights issues and human rights.
For more information and to apply visit our German-language jobs page →