Thursday, 30 August 2007

Internships at International Criminal Court at The Hague

Forwarded from another translation list:

Dear Sir/ Madam,
My name is Danet Ly and I am doing an internship at the Recruitment Unit of the International Criminal Court in The Hague I would like to let you know about our Internship and Visiting professional Programmes at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

We would like to spread the word since we are looking for highly motivated and qualified candidates from all over the world to serve as interns/clerks and visiting professionals in one of the Organs of the Court for a period of up to three months for the visiting professional programme and up to six months for the internship programme.

Interns, clerks and visiting professionals can be considered for a monthly stipend of EURO 950 in order to cover the costs of living in The Hague, plus a return flight ticket to the home country.
We would appreciate it if you could help us and kindly post the information on your web site, board or somewhere else within your premises in order to inform your students.

At the moment, we have a special call in the Court Interpretation and Translation Section for Applicant with translation and interpretation background especially Arabic, English and French whenever appropriate. Applicants should fill out the form for Registry, indicating on the application that they are applying for an internship with the Court interpretation and translation Section.

For more information, please visit our web site.

Your time and cooperation would be highly appreciated.

Internship Programme Staffing Unit
International Criminal Court/Cour Pénale Internationale
Maanweg 174 2516AB
The Hague
The Netherlands
Fax: +31 (0)70 515 8558
http: //

online Spanish translation journal

Dear all,
This is not a 'career-type' post but some of you may be interested in the following translation journal. Trans, published by the University of Málaga, is available at Articles are mostly in Spanish but there is some useful material in English. Particularly relevant for students working in and out of Spanish.