Internship

Internship

Internship, Phnom Penh 
Please note that the internship is available as of July 2018. The Heinrich Böll Foundation’s Internship Program offers insights into the content and administrational aspects of the foundation's work in Cambodia. We welcome students from all countries and strongly encourage young women and men from Cambodia and the Southeast Asian region to apply. Interns work in a multicultural context with a particular focus on local culture and society. Advanced students are given the opportunity to work on specific subjects related to their experiences and interests. The duration of an internship should be at least three months. Please email your application to info@kh.boell.org

Interns at the HBF Cambodia Country Office

Bianca Rancea

Bianca Rancea

Intern(Main Focus on Environment)
Morng Sreypov

Morng Sreypov

Intern(Main Focus on Gender Democracy)
Jonas Kramp

Jonas Kramp

Intern(Main Focus on Resource Governance)
Viivi Tikanmäki

Viivi Tikanmäki

Intern (Main focus on land conflicts)
Xia Han

Xia Han

Intern(Main focus on resource governance)
Malte Reimann

Malte Reimann

Intern(Focus on foreign aid to Cambodia)
Hi Songly

Hi Songly

Admin and Finance Intern
Kao Sok Mao

Kao Sok Mao

Assistant to Program and Communication
San Sreymom

San Sreymom

Finance and Admin Intern
Charlotte MÜller

Charlotte MÜller

Intern(Main Focus on Gender Democracy)
Leng MeyMey

Leng MeyMey

Admin and Finance Intern
Kizito Ndaliro

Kizito Ndaliro

Intern(Works with both our finance and human rights departments, assisting with current projects)
Naomi Burnett

Naomi Burnett

Intern(Main focus on human trafficking in Cambodia)
Timothy Williams

Timothy Williams

Visiting Researcher
Fu Tianxin(Andy Fu)

Fu Tianxin(Andy Fu)

Program Assistant Intern
Sonja Alexandra Barwitzki

Sonja Alexandra Barwitzki

Program Assistant Intern (From June - August 2014)

I am working as a program assistant in the area of Gender Democracy and Human Rights. My main research project is concerned about migration and human trafficking using the example of Cambodia, where I am analysing how these two are interconnected. The paper I am writing in this context will furthermore shed the light on the reasons and drivers of how migration can turn into trafficking, considering the current economical and social situation in Cambodia and the problems that are still prevalent after the Khmer Rouge regime. 

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The Heinrich Böll Foundation – Cambodia Country Office
The Heinrich Böll Foundation (also known as Heinrich Böll Stiftung) is part of the Green political movement that has developed worldwide as a response to the traditional politics of socialism, liberalism, and conservatism. Our namesake, the writer and Nobel Prize laureate Heinrich Böll, personified the values we stand for: freedom, civic courage, tolerance, open debate and the appreciation of art and culture as independent spheres of thought and action.

The headquarter of the Heinrich Böll Foundation is located in Berlin, Germany. Our international program is implemented through 32 offices worldwide, seven of them in Asia. 

Working closely with civil society groups since 1993, the Heinrich Böll Foundation was the first German political foundation to establish cooperation with partners in Cambodia. Building on past achievements, our current program focuses on two key areas for sustainable development of Cambodia: Resource Governance and Gender Democracy.