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Intern Public Policy Research, Analysis in Switzerland

Call for Intern, Public Policy Research & Analysis at GAVI in Switzerland

Country: Switzerland
City: Geneva
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Call for Intern, Public Policy Research & Analysis at GAVI in Switzerland. The intern will provide research and analysis support focusing on health equity, global health diplomacy and impact of COVID-19 at regional and national levels

Job Title: Intern, Public Policy Research & Analysis


  • Develop and maintain, with cross-team and cross-secretariat inputs, issue-focused or thematic reference document with key position statements and public messages to inform periodic public engagements from Gavi secretariat
  • Likewise, produce an in-depth research paper on the impact of COVID-19 on routine immunization in conflict-affected and fragile settings, undertaking expert interviews and secondary literature review
  • Undertake desk research, as requested, focusing on fragile settings and humanitarian contexts with a view to COVID-19 impact on access to primary health care, routine immunization, and the well-being of children
  • Also, regularly monitor, flag, and summarise latest research and analysis from think tanks, research institutes, and scientific journals relating to health equity and access to COVID-19 vaccines
  • Additionally, assist with the preparation, representation, and logistics of various meetings as needed


Work ExperienceSkills/Competencies

  • In-depth knowledge of public health issues in fragile and low-income contexts;
  • Likewise, a good understanding of global health and multilateral architecture;
  • Excellent analytical and critical reasoning skills, and ability to make logical or implied connections between policy issues, political agendas and global priorities;
  • Ability to pick up new knowledge and synthesize complex information across thematic topics into salient arguments;
  • Also, excellent writing skills and the ability to transform technical knowledge into policy-relevant content;
  • Furthermore, a keen interest in current global health, humanitarian affairs, and international development


  • Fluency in English, and at least one other UN language.

Academic Qualifications

  • Master’s degree focused on global health, international relations, international development, law or related experience;
  • Also, research and professional writing or publishing experience in international development, international relations, or global health policies.

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Type of Opportunity Internships
Deadline21 October,2020
Open toAll Nationalities



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