Ethics and Health programme for interns and volunteers
The Global Health Ethics Unit coordinates a very active internship programme in WHO Headquarters and welcomes applications from graduate students from a wide range of disciplines as well as researchers, national civil servants and other professionals.Applications from scholars/academics and professionals not currently enrolled into degree programmes who wish to contribute to the work of the team will also be considered for a volunteer position under terms and conditions similar to internships.
Internships with the Unit provide an excellent opportunity to participate in the work of the Organization and to expand the knowledge and understanding of WHO's goals, policies and activities.
For further information on internships at WHO, please click on the following link.
If you want to know more about the typical work of an intern in the Global Health Ethics or for further inquiries, please contact the secretariat at email@example.com. Your email will then be forwarded to attending interns or an appropriate contact person.
Qualified junior scholars from Germany should be aware that the Ethics and Health Unit participates in the "Carlo-Schmid-Programme for Internships in International Organizations and EU Institutions." You can visit the website of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for a general program description or for the list of available places.
WHO Research Ethics Review Committee (ERC)
The ERC ensures that WHO only supports research of the highest ethical standards. The ERC reviews all research projects, involving human participants supported either financially or technically by WHO.