Would you like to stand up for inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice and become famil­iar with work­ing in a small NGO? Are you will­ing to help prizes endowed with €10,000, or to sup­port an art project on the top­ic of inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice? These are only two of many more excit­ing ventures.

The Foun­da­tion for the Rights of Future Gen­er­a­tions (FRFG) is look­ing for interns to sup­port our young team.

We offer the chance to work on:
  • Organ­is­ing sym­posia and conferences
  • Ini­ti­at­ing projects for inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice projects through press releas­es, con­tacts with deci­sion-mak­ers and mar­ket­ing work
  • Award­ing the Inter­gen­er­a­tional Jus­tice Prize and the Demog­ra­phy Prize, both endowed with €10,000
  • Aca­d­e­m­ic research and stud­ies on top­ics touch­ing upon inter­gen­er­a­tional justice

As well as:
  • Insight into the work of a small NGO
  • A flat hier­ar­chy, the chance to work inde­pen­dent­ly, to show respon­si­bil­i­ty and to bring your own ideas to the table
  • The free use of a fur­nished apart­ment for the dura­tion of your internship


Tasks may include:
  • (co-)organising con­fer­ences
  • admin­is­ter­ing the prizes
  • inter­net research on cur­rent topics
  • review­ing sci­en­tif­ic books and essays
  • web­site maintenance
  • pub­lic rela­tions work/contributions to the month­ly newsletter
  • fundrais­ing
  • day-to-day office tasks


Internship Requirements:
  • good com­mand of Eng­lish, addi­tion­al lan­guage skills are welcome
  • com­pre­hen­sive MS-Office skills
  • com­mit­ment and flexibility
  • abil­i­ty to work both in a team and independently
  • the con­fi­dence to talk to impor­tant deci­sion-mak­ers from pol­i­tics and business
  • firm inter­est in inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice, sus­tain­abil­i­ty and demography
  • cur­rent­ly study­ing law or polit­i­cal or social sci­ences (or a com­pa­ra­ble programme)
  • pre­vi­ous expe­ri­ence with social media, press work or Word­Press is advantageous
  • high degree of per­son­al responsibility


The FRFG usu­al­ly does not employ interns who have already fin­ished their stud­ies. Excep­tions apply, but we can­not promise a per­ma­nent posi­tion fol­low­ing a suc­cess­ful internship. 


Start/Term of Internship:

Appli­ca­tions are wel­come for any time peri­od but we rec­om­mend apply­ing at least four months before you would like to start. Intern­ships last six to twelve weeks (thir­ty-five hours a week).

Part-time intern­ships (3–4 days per week) with indi­vid­ual arrange­ments regard­ing work­ing hours and loca­tion are pos­si­ble. Please men­tion this in your application.



As a non-prof­it NGO, where most peo­ple work com­plete­ly unpaid (e.g. board mem­bers, advi­sors), we are not able to pay any kind of salary. We do, how­ev­er, pro­vide a fur­nished apart­ment for the dura­tion of your intern­ship free of charge.



Please send us your detailed appli­ca­tion (cov­er let­ter, CV, cer­tifi­cates) by email.