SRIC draws its staff from a wide range of academic disciplines; diplomacy and international relations, political science, conflict management and peace studies, philosophy, economics, mathematics/ statistics, business administration and secretarial. The wide scope of knowledge contributes to the Team Spirit that SRIC seeks to continue enhancing.
Interning at SRIC
SRIC runs an elaborate internship programme aimed at creating opportunities for graduates to gain practical work experience in the non-governmental sector. This helps in the development of young professionals committed to the ideals of peace-building and conflict transformation, security sector reforms, arms control and management and crime trends and typologies. The programme runs for a minimum of 6 months and does not exceed 12 months.
- Internship opportunities are subject to a selection process in line with SRIC's recruitment policy.
- In general a maximum of two interns will be employed at any one time.
- Interns earn a monthly stipend aimed at facilitating movements to and from the office.
- The internship Programme runs for a period of six months, unless decided otherwise by the management, and does not guarantee automatic employment.
- Interns are expected to write a paper on a topic of their choice in view of expressing gains from the internship period and as a way of giving back to SRIC in terms of knowledge contribution.
Over the years, SRIC has worked with numerous partners to achieve great success in areas of research, peacebuilding and conflict management, arms control and management, crime trends and typologies and security sector reforms. Our funding enables us reach out to establish new partnerships that can help shape international approaches to sustainable peace and security.
With your help, we can continue to strengthen our programmes, help shape and strengthen governance structures especially on peace and security issues and also give a voice to the voiceless through empirical research and advocacy. The organization also seeks to influence and contribute to positive change in human security, security sector dynamics, peace building and conflict transformation processes and crime analysis in the Great Lakes and the Horn of Africa regions.
For information on how to support the ongoing or future projects, please send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org