- Host a Defender party
Show the TED video, distribute IBJ information, and get people talking about what all of us
can do, working together, to end torture as an investigative tool! Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
- Mentor, Train, Advise or Create a Community of Conscience
Communities of Conscience are empowerment and cultural exchange programs enabling a rewarding exchange of skills and practices between legal professionals in North America and Europe and their counterparts in developing countries. If you’re a member of a law school, religious group, private business, law firm, chamber of commerce or other interested group, you can help IBJ to organize these important exchanges by identifying individuals and institutions willing to serve as mentors and partners. You can also help us with arrangements including design of exchange programs, fundraising, housing, food, and other logistics. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Intern / Volunteer with Country Programs or JMs
We have numerous possibilities to volunteer in our headquarters office in Geneva as well as on site at one of our six country programs.
Applications for summer internships must be sent before January 15th of the year in question. Applications for internships during other periods are accepted all year long.
For examples of the kind of internship and volunteer opportunities available, please download the following file: IBJ 2012 Internship .
To apply for an internship please send a CV and cover letter explaining where and why you want to volunteer for us, and for how long you would be available, to
- Conduct Research for DefenseWiki
Law students/professors/experienced criminal defense practitioners and others can share their knowledge on our DefenseWiki website in order to create a valuable online resource for criminal defense lawyers in developing countries. Contact us email@example.com for more information.
- Develop eLearning content
Law students/professors/experienced criminal defense practitioners and other interested professionals can help to develop materials for our eLearning Program that offers defense lawyers both general instruction as well as more advanced practice courses in criminal defense. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
IBJ needs help with translation of its publications, from blog posts to legal training curricula, especially in the following languages: Spanish; French; Chinese; Arabic; Russian. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
- IBJ Runners for Justice
Save this date and get involved: On October 7, 2012, IBJ will run for justice in Geneva. We are actively seeking runners and sponsors. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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