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Very busy, professional people, but very relaxed and friendly. Apart from project deadlines, there was no stress during the day. Interesting meeting
Worked under pressure to complete correspondence for regular dispatch to other departments, and exterior Agencies. Very pleasant place to work and live, but I missed my home and family in England.
One of the greatest experiences of my life, multicultural, rich in culture, working for Human Rights was one of the best things of this experience. A typical day was to prepare everything linked to international conferences, dealing with many people from different cultures. At the same time I had to be ready to deal with little or big problems, Finding the solution of each one of them was very challenging. Definately, the most interesting part was dealing with clients from all over the world and languages.
Through this internship, I had the opportunity to network with many individuals and grow as a young professional. I got the opportunity to learn about how the UN works, what the priorities are, and the more bureaucratic issues associated with global progress.
I´m working with them from far away, we communicate via mail all the time, also in more than one occasions, when there has been meetings, they connect me with Skype and I have been present. Everyone is super amazing and hard-working, polite and when I don´t understand something, one is always willing to explain me.
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This is one of the best places to work and we have 8 hour, 5 working days per week. Highly diverse and excellent management team on the top. My co-working are from different nationalities and fun to work with, so understanding each others cultures and adjusted to everyone was not that easy at the beginning. Most enjoyable part of the job was our weekly meetings.
Probably the World Best pension benefits in the world.
Recruitment process could be too long.
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