IRID (Indonesia Research Institute for Decarbonization) is an Indonesia-based think tank focusing on policy analysis and policy advocacy to support decarbonization and resilience society. As an open and neutral organization, IRID supports gender equity, two out of four its co-founders are women. IRID will employ and treat people based on their capabilities that suites to the need of the organization, not based on their gender, ethnicity, nor religion.

Established on 13 December 2020 in Jakarta, Indonesia, IRID was founded with a strong vision to
continuously promote decarbonized and climate resilient development, not only in Indonesia, but also at
the global level. IRID works in the areas of, but not limited to, climate policy and negotiation, carbon market, renewable energy policy and development, climate finance as well as environment and climate law. IRID also aims to not only raise awareness but also to build capacity of relevant stakeholders to make them able to actively contribute in the effort to achieve decarbonized and climate resilient societies.

IRID has been working on the issue of Climate Diplomacy in the context of United Nations Framework
Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) since IRID first established. Along with time, IRID expands its diplomacy work not only on Climate Change, but also on Energy in various avenues aside from UNFCCC, including G20 and ASEAN. In the context of UNFCCC, IRID has been working on issues related to Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, Mitigation, Adaptation, Loss and Damage, Climate Finance, Response Measures as well as Gender, which are important to achieve the objective of the Paris Agreement.

Realizing the importance of the above issues, IRID is currently opening several internship opportunities,
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For interest applicants, please send us your CV and cover letter to irid[at]irid[dot]or[dot]id at the latest 5 May 2024, with subject: Interns_Climate Diplomacy – (Your Name). The cover letter should include your subject interest as your preference. In this batch the available subjects are Gender, Climate Finance, Response Measures (including Just Transition Work Programme and Mitigation Work Programme), and Adaptation and Loss and Damage.

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