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Position description: The Center for the Study of Democracy offers internship opportunities for outstanding university students, who are interested in gaining experience in an interdisciplinary public policy think tank.
The main thematic areas of research and policy analysis for and are: crime and justice, corruption and anti-corruption, human rights and social inclusion, energy security and competitiveness, and Russian economic influence.
Interns are expected to be well organized and able to adapt to a varying workload. They should have a strong desire to learn, a sense of responsibility as well as adaptability and flexibility, team work, initiative and enthusiasm.
Note: The internship is unpaid. In view of the COVID pandemic, remote internships full or partial are also acceptable until the crisis is fully resolved.
Application: Please send your CV, motivation letter and writing sample in English pages at csd online. Please also indicate to which CSD program you would like to apply, along with your main topics of interest and preferred internship term and period of placement.
Approval of candidates: Internship applications are reviewed at the end of each month. I worked on a comparative project focusing on the transnational illicit trafficking in cultural goods, and Bulgaria served as one of my case studies.
During my stay at CSD, I examined the structure, the patterns, and the social organisation of the illicit antiquities market in Bulgaria.
The CSD staff has been very supportive in my research, especially in providing access to public institutions, and background information on crime levels in the country.
A part from conducting interviews, while at CSD I was also able to contribute to an ongoing project with background research.
I enjoyed the diversity of research programmes at the Center as well as the possibility to participate in workshops and conferences.
Cynthia M. Her areas of research interest include post-communist political and economic transitions, transitional justice measures, and comparative development questions.
In particular, her current research project explores the claims about the restorative properties of transitional justice by examining the actual impact of the measures in the context of the transitions in post-communist states.
In particular, have transitional justice measures, such as lustration, truth telling and accountability, and file access, had a positive or negative impact on the transitions in post-communist countries?
Does transitional justice catalyze greater trust or foment distrust? Does it impact corruption levels and democratization?
While at the CSD, Prof Horne focused on the case of Bulgaria as part of her comparative book project on regional transitional justice programs.
The CSD was invaluable in providing research assistance, facilitating interviews, and providing background information on the Bulgarian experience.
During her time at the CSD, Prof Horne obtained research materials and conducted interviews that will be used to compare the experience of Bulgaria to other countries in Central and Eastern Europe.
My three month experience as a visiting scholar at the Center for the Study of Democracy in the summer of one was a very rewarding one.
Working with colleagues with backgrounds in Bulgarian politics, economics and society informed my research into Bulgarian energy policy.
Their insights and expertise proved invaluable in enriching my data, and the understanding of it. As well as enhancing my PhD research, I also gained experience in contributing to a background report on the Bulgarian energy sector for the CSD.
Sofia was a very interesting city to be based in for a summer too as was the rest of the country , and the Center's cafeteria staff deserve praise for their consistently excellent food!
I hope all is well; I still miss the cafeteria there! I have an article under review at a journal focusing on my Bulgarian energy research, so I will let you know if that is published I also attach a recent publication of mine on EU energy policy in general, also found here: www.
Ideally, internships should provide exposure to real work scenarios whilst enhancing technical competences and fostering critical thinking. Democratization being my main research interest, I focused my internship on corruption and state capture related projects.
Specifically, my supervisors engaged me in various tasks targeting Spain, but I also worked on Central Europe, Balkans and Latin America focused initiatives.
One of the things I found to be of immense value was the challenging nature of the tasks. Methodologically, there can be different ways to produce a result and you must find the most adequate.
They were supportive and beyond, but an important attribute in the professional realm is being self-sufficient with the instructions provided, at least to a degree.
My time with CSD helped me further develop that attribute. If you are eager to acquire a skillset that will make you a better professional in the future, CSD provides both the toolkit and the atmosphere to help you do that.
My tasks included the creation of a literature review for the project on Chinese Influence in Central and Eastern Europe, the preparation of a study detailing the different scandals in the sectors of infrastructure, wholesale pharmaceuticals, and wholesale fuels in Italy during the last 3 years for SceMaps, and the study of pro-authoritarian tendencies among Bulgarian MEPs by comparing their official websites and votes on pivotal European Parliament resolutions with their stance on authoritarianism in Russia and China in interviews, articles, and speeches.
Ruslan Stefanov, and my supervisor, Martin Vladimirov, did their best to make me feel welcome and informed about all the tasks that I had to complete.
I hope to use my stay at CSD and the increased knowledge I received on state capture, corruption, and foreign influence both in my undergraduate study and in my prospective career in academia.
I had the fortune of working in an international team, which included people from all over the world, each with their own specific educational focus.
I found the chance to cooperate with them on the different tasks fun, exciting, and enriching. I would like to express my gratitude to the entire team for every piece of information and advice that they gave me and for allowing me to join them in their endeavors in such a trying time as was.
I would recommend that everyone who has even a passing interest in politics, international relations, and economics consider the prospect of interning at CSD, as it is one of the most rewarding experiences that they can acquire.
My responsibility at the Center for Study of Democracy was as an intern for the Economic Program and it lasted for three months.
During this period, I had the opportunity of working on a wide range of projects and tasks such as research on foreign media influence on the Balkan peninsula; contacting ministries concerning anti-corruption surveys and finding previous research on climate skepticism.
When I commenced my internship at the Center it struck me how the organization to some extent is very open, making it a great place for exchange of thoughts and opinions.
The staff and the board did their very best to take care of you and make you feel welcomed. Overall I am really pleased to have chosen CSD as a place for my internship during nearly four months, specifically in the Economic Program.
I had the opportunity to help influential senior researchers on a variety of topics that interested me, including disinformation, media ownership, undeclared work, refugees, innovation, labour exploitation and energy policy.
I could also further develop my professional English skills, as well as learn some data analysis skills with Excel. I did mostly desk research, interview transcriptions and data analysis, dealing mostly with Bulgaria and the Balkan countries, which I really wanted to learn about, but also other European countries.
This experience allowed me to discover how think tanks work as well as the amount of knowledge they produce, which is a lot.
I am also thankful for the possibility to meet other interns from several countries, which made more fun my stay in beautiful Bulgaria, especially during the cold winter.
We did some trips and we shared several interesing discussions. The flexibility CSD offered is also worth mentioning, both in terms of working hours and the quick adaptation to working from home due to Covid, even from my home country.
Even though my experience was affected for those events, I would definitely recommend it since I found it valuable for my career and for the possibility of living in a Balkan country for some months, which is truly enriching.
I did a six-month internship at the Economic Program of the CSD and I can happily say that it was a great and unique experience that helped me understand the work system of a think tank, to develop interesting skills within the research field, and to clarify some doubts I previously had regarding my career goals.
From the firsts days at the Center, I was challenged with interesting tasks and I was included in a project on Russian influence in Spain and Latin America.
Additionally, I was introduced by my supervisor to a diplomat from Venezuela my home country which was definitely one of the best experiences within my internship period.
As an intern at CSD, I always had a comfortable sense of being part of the Center and of being constantly learning new things by joining interesting conversations with interns and staff members coming from all over the world.
I had a unique chance to be around highly experienced researchers who encouraged me by their experience and who constantly expressed their curiosity about my and other interns' stories.
I would, therefore, recommend CSD as a workplace for any curious mind willing to explore different fields of study and to enhance their CV and their contact network, all in a comfortable and international place.
The internship in the Law Program at the Center for the Study of Democracy proved to be one of the most important experiences in my career.
The projects carried out have all proved to be very interesting and stimulating and have allowed me to implement the knowledge acquired at university.
I found myself working in a dynamic and friendly environment, with the CSD staff that is made up of incredible experts, able to broaden your point of view even with a chat, and always willing to give a clarification and answer your questions.
All in a welcoming atmosphere that immediately makes you feel part of a team. I can only advise anyone to go for this experience at CSD because it will enrich you both professionally and personally, in ways you never thought possible.
I had the pleasure of spending three months at the Center for the Study of Democracy as an intern and it was an invaluable experience.
I was part of the Security Program and was involved in both more specialised projects and in helping out administratively at conferences organised by the program and day-to-day tasks.
The staff was so welcoming that I felt at home from my very first day. They were also open to all discussion and questions, so that work flowed effortlessly.
During my time here I was given a number of tasks. My very first week I was asked to prepare an extensive overview of criminal visualisation methods used internationally for an ongoing Bulgarian-based project of a similar nature.
The work I was given was both relevant to my interests and felt impactful, as I was helping on active, important projects.
Outside of the office, I was tasked with aiding at conferences organised by the CSD and to attend them as well. Meeting so many professionals from the field at these events was beneficial to my practical understanding of the subject matter to a great extent.
The workload was always manageable and the staff was respectful and did not give out additional tasks without considering the priorities of what was already assigned to be done.
The people I got to interact with also offered an enriching experience, from the multicultural intern group to the capable and forthcoming permanent staff.
Overall, I would definitely recommend the internship opportunities at the CSD to anyone interested in non-governmental work, international relations or just to be able to share in the wealth of experience of the people that work there.
My tasks were mostly within the fields of religious governance, prevention of terrorist radicalisation and occasionally the social inclusion of minorities and refugees.
Moreover, I contributed to the active participation of my department in some Horizon projects related to social inclusion of vulnerable groups.
As such, through my versatile duties I acquired precious knowledge and learned how to prioritise deadlines.
At the same time, I managed to further enhance my analytical skills and sense of responsibility.
I would also like to stress the professionalism and readiness of my supervisors in my department. The staff was absolutely helpful and with positive energy, thus giving me the necessary motivation of carrying out my daily obligations, notwithstanding that the latter were often demanding.
Simultaneously, my internship gave me the possibility to further exercise my English language skills at a professional level.
Last but not least, I met and socialised with people from different countries, which was an unforgettable multicultural experience.
Therefore, I recommend to every post graduate student to enrich their professional and personal background by doing an internship at CSD. In particular, I primarily focused on the field of hidden economy and undeclared work, and I occasionally assisted my department with regard to energy efficiency and sustainability policies.
Throughout my internship period, I had the chance to put into practice my academic competencies and practise my English language skills, further improving both of them.
Even though the conditions were often pressing and the tasks challenging, CSD offered me a unique chance to prepare myself for the future reality of working in a high-quality and demanding agency, and taught me how to deliver desired outcomes.
Moreover, the personnel of the organisation has always been friendly, professional and very helpful, demonstrating readiness to guide me throughout every new task, hence cultivating an environment of reciprocal respect.
I must also stress the support from other fellow interns, as well as the fact that I never experienced malevolent competition during my tasks.
As such, the social environment of the organisation enabled me to further develop my personal character and provided me the opportunity to meet people from different countries, thus engaging me in a truly multicultural context.
Consequently, I would absolutely recommend a CSD internship to every graduate or postgraduate student as a critical step for their professional, as well as personal, development.
My advisor granted me a lot of latitude in approaching the long-term assignments allowing me to immerse myself freely into any given topic.
I am grateful to all of them for having taught me so much. Tasks were very diverse. Finally, Sofia is an intriguing place to live being multifaceted and allowing me an intense, albeit brief, insight into life in Eastern Europe.
I also had the chance to explore Bulgaria and its neighbours during my stay. Hence, I can only highly recommend an internship at the CSD, also because every outstanding intern is considered a potential future employee.
During my internship, I had the opportunity to gain unique insights into how Russia uses media to malignly influence countries across Europe.
I was also lucky enough to participate as a note taker for meetings that included participants such as the International Monetary Fund and the US Department of State.
Among the participants were the diplomatic missions in Bulgaria of countries such as Great Britain, Ireland, and Germany, in addition to the former president, Rosen Plevneliev.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at the CSD, and hope that the experience I have gained is useful in obtaining employment in the future.
Finishing my undergraduate studies, I chose to combine writing my thesis with a four-month-long part-time internship at the CSD.
Being accepted in the Economic Program strongly shaped my stay in Bulgaria and became a cornerstone for my thesis.
The library was a very welcoming place to work in, and I am taking back home great memories of lunch-break discussions, evenings out and trips shared with the international fellow interns.
It was an honour to share one and the same working environment with the research fellows and senior analysts. Particularly, I appreciated how the researchers took into account my interest for the energy sector, involving me mostly in related topics, such as the SCORE-H project.
From the various tasks I was given and the collaboration as well as feedback from the supervisors, I improved through first-hand experience my spectrum of research skills.
Also, the seniors were extremely benevolent and gladly shared with me their expertise by sending me relevant literature regarding the energy sector and offering guidance.
Within these four months, I experienced a major leap forward in terms of knowledge, which culminated in the conduct of expert interviews for my thesis, involving among others an analyst from the CSD.
Returning to Switzerland, I have a lot of information and new insights to digest and hope to do the best out of it. If you want to be challenged, develop your research capabilities, enlarge your horizon, be immersed in a different culture and learn about regional and international realities in a specific field of interest, I highly recommend an internship at the CSD!
To work as an intern in the CSD was an eye-opening experience which allowed me to widen my research areas and improve many of my skills.
It was a very enriching experience which allowed me to put in practice all the knowledge gained during my post-graduate studies.
I am very grateful to the CSD for this opportunity and I would highly recommend it to anyone aiming to gain experience in the field of research.
I spend the summer before the final year of my undergraduate with CSD. This was an incredible experience, which allowed me to improve my research abilities working on interesting projects of varying topics, from anti-corruption efforts to energy policy.
Furthermore, the people I have met at CSD, be they fellow interns or seniors, have all been very welcoming and have fervently shared their personal experiences and areas of expertise which has been invaluable.
I hope to continue to stay in contact with as many of these individuals as possible. What has stood out to me at CSD, has been how much I have been able to shape my internship and deal with topics that I find interesting, working with supervisors that I have developed a personal connection with.
I have also acquired data and material for my dissertation at CSD, which I plan on taking back to Cambridge and hopefully performing well with.
Overall, my stay in Sofia has provided irreplaceable experiences and memories, as well as unmeasurable additions to my research skillset.
I would recommend CSD in a heartbeat to anyone looking for experience in a regional leading think tank or policy institute, where I can guarantee you will not be stuck taking meaningless minutes and making coffee for months.
Working at CSD has been an informative and enjoyable experience. I chose to intern at the Center in order to gain insight on how think tanks work and the environment inside of one.
My experience at the Center has provided a broad range of perspectives on issues facing Bulgarian and European security as a whole.
I would like to thank the incredible individuals at CSD for this opportunity, my fellow interns for sharing this unique experience and I would encourage anyone interested in public policy or international relations to apply for an internship at the Center.
I had the pleasure of working 2 months at CSD this summer. As a major aspect of my temporary job and under the caring supervision of CSD staff, I had the opportunity to gather significant individual and scholarly experience.
Accordingly, during my work on different projects I had the opportunity to improve my skills such as writing and analytical thinking.
Additionally, partaking in incredible discussions with interns from worldwide, assisting with various types of assignments and being a part of CSD's regular work contributed significantly to improve my research capabilities.
Generally, I consider the internship at CSD as a wonderful and useful personal experience and I encourage students in the field of politics to apply for an internship at CSD.
Thank you all for everything. During my time at the centre, I was able to work on different projects. I found this to be a major advantage, since I was able to deepen my knowledge on several topics as well as apply what I already knew.
I was able to develop my research and analytical abilities. These practical skills are my biggest take-away from my time as an intern at the centre.
The opportunity to get first-hand experience in think-tank work and policy development was great. I very much enjoyed the responsibility and flexibility I was granted by my supervisors, with the ability to work from home occasionally.
It truly was a positive learning experience. As a work environment CSD was outstanding. My supervisors were available and ready to help me anytime I needed advice.
The intern-team was amazing. There were people from many different places around the world, which allowed for stimulating conversation and different viewpoints being offered.
It was the other interns that really made my experience as good as it was. I warmly recommend an internship at CSD for its international and extremely friendly working environment together with the professional guidance from all the supervisors.
The advanced research skills one will be able to develop during their time at CSD are a great attribute for the future. Working as a research intern in the Law Program, where I did a lot of research on gender equality and anti-discrimination and how these issues can be solved in the public sector using information and communication technology ICT was really an eye opener as this is a relatively new phenomenon that the world hasn't gotten a grip about.
I had my supervisors at hand at all times to encourage me in my work and to also give constructive criticism. It helped me gain an insight in how appropriate research is being done which in turn helped me with my research thesis.
The work environment at CSD was warm, friendly and something I always looked forward to and this experience is one that I will cherish all my life.
I would encourage prospective interns to apply for internship here at CSD as it is one place that is good for you.
Working for the CSD for three months has been one of the most enriching experiences after having graduated my master studies in law.
I worked within the Law Programme of the Center, and had the opportunity to carry out a wide range of tasks, with different degrees of responsibility, in topics such as terrorism and organised crime, procedural rights of defendants with psycho-social or intellectual disabilities, and the social effects of isolation on defendants.
The work was dynamic, challenged me to learn more, and generally taught me a great deal. More importantly, I had the chance to work with a diverse group of people with exceptionally high knowledge and experience.
Learning from them has been truly invaluable, and perhaps the main thing I will take back from this internship.
Everyone was friendly, open, and eager to help your development. I was treated as a member of the team, which gave me a chance to share my own ideas, and I am very happy to have had this opportunity.
I wholeheartedly encourage anyone looking to carry out an internship to do so with the CSD. I spent six months as an intern at CSD during which I had the chance to take part in various research projects.
Although I was initially assigned to work on a couple of projects related to the energy transition, I was also quickly involved in other research activities such as illegal cigarettes trafficking and media capture, which helped me gain a valuable insight of both the quality and the breadth of the work performed by the Economic Program, while allowing me to grow and improve my research abilities and writing skills.
I was able to take part in the organization of two international conferences organised by the Centre, as well as international project and consortium meetings.
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