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Valuable work experience as an intern

Last December, I graduated with a Masters in Environmental Law, but felt unemployable. What I needed was some hands-on work experience where I could see what environmental campaigners do, and have a go at campaigning myself. Continue reading

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The Supreme Court intervention: hand-delivering two boxes full of 15 lever arch files

On Monday afternoon, around four o’clock I received a text from Juliet Swann asking if there was any chance that I’d be viagra vendita on line italia up for a day trip to London leaving tomorrow morning. I was free … Continue reading

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Looking forward to a weekend of work – and fun

Our campaigning and outreach skillshare is fast approaching and I am starting to look forward to it. Firstly, a weekend out of the city, with a chance to walk up some nice hills, spend time with interesting people and eat … Continue reading

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Reunion 2: The diary of an Intern

The Start of the Adventure I had grand plans for the first day in my new office at Friends of the Earth Europe in Brussels, that involved a pair of purple tights and a dozen pre-constructed intelligent sentences on current … Continue reading

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Reunion 1

Last week, en route to a meeting of NGOs to discuss tar sands campaigning, I met up with two of our ex-interns in Brussels to catch up and see how they are each getting on in their new posts. Both … Continue reading

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