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The Gender Security Project offers three-month long internships for undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of peace and conflict, feminist foreign policy, and transitional justice. All internships are virtual.

Our internships run in four cycles: 

January-March (deadline to apply: December 15)

April-June (deadline to apply: March 15)

July-September (deadline to apply: May 15)

October-December (deadline to apply: September 15)

To apply, email us a copy of your CV to, your area of focus, one unedited writing sample, and a 250-word note telling us why you would like to intern with us.

*Our internships are currently unpaid because of COVID-19.


The Gender Security Project is an initiative born out of a desire to expand the scope of the global understanding of gender at the policy, legal, and institutional level. The project is set up to take a deep dive into themes centred on gender, human security, peace, and conflict and related areas that overlap with these core areas of focus. We currently focus on the following areas:

Peace and Conflict

The WPS Agenda

Feminist Foreign Policy

Transitional Justice

Post-Conflict Transition


We invite articles that look at the intersection of gender and any of these areas and aspire to build a platform with dedicated analytical articles on these areas. We welcome writers from the Global South, as well as those who are also learning, reflecting, introspecting, and engaging in the process of creating pieces. To submit a piece, follow the guidelines here.

Student Writing