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Sous la supervision du/de la Chef.fe de projet (Ouagadougou) et en lien avec la chargée de projets (Paris), l’expert.e long terme assurera les missions suivantes :
DCAF – Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance is dedicated to improving the security of states and their people within a framework of democratic governance, the rule of law, and respect for human rights. The Gender and Security Division (GSD) leads DCAF’s work promoting gender equality in security sector reform and governance by providing policy advice, conducting practical research and implementing operational projects. The Division has 11 full- and part-time staff members and we are looking for an experienced, dynamic, and creative individual to be the next Project Coordinator, Gender and Security (100%).
Under the supervision of the Head and / or Deputy Head of Division, the Project Coordinator (PC) will develop, lead, implement and coordinate complex projects for the Gender and Security Division, on policy development and applied research as well as operational, country-specific projects, working collaboratively with other DCAF Divisions and Units and external partners. The role may also involve coordinating gender assessments, policy and methodology analysis, leading training and capacity building activities and promoting gender mainstreaming throughout DCAF’s work. This position requires deep knowledge and expertise in gender and security, gender mainstreaming as well as strong interpersonal and project management skills.
For more information and application, please check out the Vacancy Note.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) works worldwide to provide humanitarian assistance to people affected by conflict and armed violence and take action in response to emergencies and at the same time promote respect for international humanitarian law
The Delegate will act as an operational adviser for the delegation(s), tasked with supporting the development and implementation of engagement strategies with militaries and non-state armed groups to promote and influence legally compliant operations, whilst facilitating ICRC’s access and security.
The WPE Deputy Coordinator will lead the IRC’s WPE programs in establishing services to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls (VAWG) across 2-3 provinces, with the potential to also support a WPE mobile response embedded within an emergency team and advise emergency teams in Afghanistan to reduce the risks women and girls face when accessing short term emergency response programs. S/he will be responsible for providing management and technical support to the WPE team providing direct services; overseeing the management and operations of spaces for women and girls, such as a hospital facility or safe healing and learning space (SHLS); providing life-saving interventions and services including, GBV case management, psychosocial support, risk reduction activities, community outreach and engagement, and SRH services (including clinical care for survivors of sexual assault). The WPE Deputy Coordinator will work in close collaboration and coordination with the Health cluster, women’s organisations, child protection team, and the GBV sub cluster. S/he will be based in Kabul with regular travel to project sites and provide continuous remote technical support to the WPE teams to ensure that all interventions are implemented to meet international best practices. S/he will be responsible for budget and program development throughout the project cycles. The WPE Deputy Coordinator is responsible for the supervision of one WPE Manager and ensuring capacity building.
The role of the consultant will include working with the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) Academy to conduct a training needs assessment of management and in-service police officers. The ideal candidate should be flexible, have excellent communication skills and be able to apply participatory and interactive methodologies in training for adults.
Le Responsable Pays ou Country Officer (CO) est chargé d'étendre le processus de dialogue sur la justice et la sécurité au Niger, d'encadrer et d'assister les partenaires et les parties prenantes dans la mise en œuvre directe du projet et de renforcer l'appui aux approches collaboratives en matière de sécurité au niveau national. Le poste nécessite de développer sans cesse les relations avec les décideurs nationaux et les parties prenantes locales, la mise en réseau, la consultation, l’élaboration de stratégies nationales et l’assurance de la qualité de la mise en œuvre, tout en surveillant et en rendant compte des activités des projets JSD au Niger.Il s’agit d’une position locale basée à Niamey (Niger). Ce poste est sous la direction du coordinateur régional, qui est chargé de l’orientation stratégique globale des activités du JSD et de la création de partenariats avec les parties prenantes concernées, de la formation, du mentorat et de la formation des chargés de projet dans le pays, selon les besoins. Le responsable pays supervisera également un chargé de projet, qui guide les relations et coordonne les dialogues et les activités connexes au niveau local. De plus, le responsable pays travaillera également en étroite collaboration avec Washington DC, le personnel basé aux États-Unis et les autres CO du Burkina Faso, Mali, Nigéria, Sénégal et de la Tunisie.
Pour postuler à l'offre Responsable Pays (Country Officer), Dialogues sur la Justice et la Sécurité au Niger veuillez suivre le lien.
Since 2015 USIP has supported the Justice and Security Dialogue (JSD) processes in Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Nigeria and Tunisia. The JSD aims to rebuild trust between communities and internal security services (police and gendarmerie) employing an adaptive problem-solving approach through a series of dialogues and activities addressing urgent security issues.
The Program Officer (PO) will support JSD work in 2-3 project countries. The position will be based in Washington DC but will include regular travel to project countries. The PO will report to the Senior Program Officer.
For more information about the vacancy Program Officer Justice and Security Dialogue, please follow the link.
ICRC delegates to the police and security forces (PGE Delegates) work as part of one or several ICRC delegations around the world depending on the number of countries they are tasked to cover. They are responsible for contributing to the dialogue between the ICRC Delegations and arms carriers (AC), notably, but not exclusively, Police and Security Forces, with the aim to enhance understanding of the ICRC's role and its operational procedures among these forces; and to support national efforts for the dissemination and integration of international human rights law and humanitarian principles.
For full details about the vacancy Delegate in charge of Relations with Police and Security Forces, please follow the link.
Nonviolent Peaceforce is looking for experienced protection officers to implement community-based violence reduction and prevention programming in various locations in South Sudan, in the context of an on-going civil conflict and extremely high levels of displacement. The Protection Officer will focus on women’s participation in peace and security and direct protection and prevention of sexual & gender based violence. Applications will be processed on a “rolling” basis.
For full details about the vacancy, Women's Protection Officer, please follow the link or read the announcement here.
The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) is seeking researcher to work remotly (part-time to fulltime) for Central Asia, East Asia and West Africa to assist in the collection, review and management of political violence and protest data across the regions.
ACLED is a research project which records, publishes and analyses disaggregated data on violent political conflict.
Collection of data is conducted by reviewing news, international organisation, NGO and security reports on a list of assigned countries, and recording the incidents of political violence into an Excel template. Researchers will focus on coding events to provide holistic coverage of current political violence, ranging from protests to battles. Review and management of data involves ensuring the quality, consistency and reliability of the data produced. The role provides team members with experience conducting detail-oriented tasks, and producing and managing quantitative data.
For full details about the consultancy opportunities as Researcher, kindly follow the link.
ACLED is a research project which records, publishes and analyzes disaggregated data on violent political conflict. These data are publicly available, along with analysis and information about the project, at www.acleddata.com. These data are used for a range of purposes, from academic research on dynamics of conflict to informing diplomatic policy, and humanitarian and development work in conflict-affected contexts.
ACLED is seeking a Digital Security Consultant to complete the following deliverables:
Assessment and Strategy
For more information about the position, Digital Security Consultant, please follow the link provided.