22 April 2016

Several Fresh Graduate / Student Internship NGO Jobs - Legal Aid Service Providers Network (LASPNET)

Organization: Legal Aid Service Providers Network (LASPNET)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda

About US:
The Legal Aid Service Providers Network (LASPNET) is a Non-Governmental Organisation established in Uganda to harness, strengthen, and sustain synergies across the country among Legal Aid Service Providers (LASPs) in complementing Government of Uganda’s efforts for enhancing access to justice. The Democratic Governance Facility (DGF) has given support to LASPNET towards implementation of project activities across the Justice, Law, and Order Sector with focus on improving coordination structures, monitoring and evaluation frameworks, policy reform approaches, capacity building initiatives, and various strategic mechanisms for taking a more proactive role in setting legal aid agenda.

Job Summary: Legal Aid Service Providers Network (LASPNET) invites Student Interns / Fresh graduates who wish to gain practical experience.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:  
The Interns should either be pursuing or recently completed a law-related or non-law related course in our various fields as may be suitable.

How to Apply:  
All applicants for the Internship program should answer the following questions and send a copy to our email, secretariat@laspnet.org. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Fields to be filled:

1. Name of Internship applied for

2. Name of Applicant

3. School Address

4. Applicant's permanent address

5. School telephone number

6. Applicant's Mobile number

7. Applicant's email address

8. Dates available to perform internship

9. If you do not receive an internship at LASPNET secretariat would you accept to be given an internship placement to any of our member organizations? If so where? (Please be advised that we have members in the regions. Refer to the membership organization section)

10. Why would you like to be granted internship at LASPNET?

NB: The Interns are not entitled to salary or other benefits, but may receive applicable work-enabling allowances as stipulated in the manual. The tenure of an Intern shall not exceed six calendar months. However, should circumstances necessitate, the tenure of an Intern can be renewed for a period not exceeding two additional calendar months by the ED. The relevant line manager shall assess the viability of an internship extension by conducting a performance appraisal prior to any extension.

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