Public Eye (formerly Berne Declaration)

For around fifty years, the non-governmental organisation (NGO) Public Eye has offered a critical analysis of the impact that Switzerland, and its companies, has on poorer countries. Through research, advocacy and campaigning, Public Eye also demands the respect of human rights throughout the world. With a strong support of some 25,000 members, Public Eye focuses on global justice.

Working for Public Eye

Public Eye has about 40 employees in Zürich and Lausanne, and numerous volunteers who engage in regional groups.

Sought profiles

Public Eye occasionally recruits professionals from the fields of business and human rights, communication and marketing, and finance and administration. Vacancies are advertised on the website of Public Eye and contain the specific job requirements. For reasons of capacity, Public Eye does not accept unsolicited applications.

Opportunities for students and junior professionals

Public Eye regularly offers six-month internships, either in a thematic area or in communications and marketing. Occasionally it also offers junior positions which are suitable for university graduates with initial internship experience. These positions are limited to two years. Internships and junior positions are advertised on the website of Public Eye. As above, Public Eye does not accept unsolicited applications.

Lausanne and Zurich, Switzerland

Fields of activity
Development cooperation, advocacy, corporate social responsibility, trade and commodities, agriculture and biodiversity, finance, consumption

Country of operation

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