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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 GIZ ‘program to strengthen police structures in selected partner countries in Africa’ supports the Cameroonian police in strengthening their capacity to professionally investigate criminal offences and comply with legal requirements. Organizational and procedural regulations are being drawn up and criminal police officers are being trained so that the number of completed investigations can increase. The current cooperation between the police and other actors in the criminal justice chain is to be analyzed in order to improve it, for example through exchange and cooperation meetings or the drafting of standard operating procedures. Furthermore, the internal police complaint mechanism against police misconduct is to be strengthened through digitization and efficient handling of complaints.
For fulldetails about the vacancy Head of component for the program to strengthen police structures in selected partner countries in Africa, kindly follow the link.
Interpeace est une organisation internationale de consolidation de la paix qui soutient des initiatives de consolidation de la paix menées localement dans le monde entier. Interpeace adapte son approche à chaque société et veille à ce que son action soit menée localement. Dans le cadre de son engagement accru au Burkina Faso, Interpeace propose de réaliser une analyse de conflit et de la résilience participative suivie d’un programme pilote de consolidation de la paix. Ce projet s’inscrit également dans une stratégie globale d’accroissement de l’engagement d’Interpeace dans la région du Sahel. Pour ce faire, Interpeace recrute deux Chercheurs Principaux compétent(e) et motivé(e) pour conduire la mise en œuvre des activités de la recherche action participative des causes profondes des conflits et des facteurs de résilience a la violence au Burkina Faso.
La date limite de soumission des candidatures est ouvert jusqu’à ce que le poste soit pourvu
Pour postuler à l'offre Chercheur Principal veuillez suivre le lien.
Interpeace is an international organization for peacebuilding that supports locally led peacebuilding initiatives around the world. Interpeace tailors its approach to each society and ensures that the work is locally driven. The Monitoring & Evaluation and Learning Officer for Mali will be responsible for leading the processes of design, monitoring and evaluation as well as learning for the country programme Mali as agreed by both Interpeace and its local partner in Mali. The MEL should be the key resource person for the Mali Programme Team in terms of design, monitoring and evaluation as well as learning. Applications are on rolling basis.
For full details about this vacancy, Monitoring & Evaluation and Learning Officer for the Mali Programme kindly follow the link.
The Senior Programme Manager will be a member of Interpeace Programme Management Unit which manages and implements Interpeace’s active and ongoing programmes around the world. The Senior Programme Manager assumes responsibility for the timely delivery of the programme in Burkina Faso. S/he provides overall leadership and strategic direction to the programme necessary to enable Interpeace to implement its mandate in collaboration with the Head of Programmes of WA.
For full details about the vacancy, Senior Programme Manager at Interpeace kindly follow the link.
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.
For more than 30 years, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) has used science and the uniquely credible voices of medical professionals to document and call attention to severe human rights violations around the world. PHR, which shared in the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize for its work to end the scourge of landmines, uses its investigations and expertise to advocate for persecuted health workers and facilities under attack, prevent torture and sexual violence, document mass atrocities, and hold those who violate human rights accountable. PHR is poised for even greater growth and impact. As part of that strategy, we are excited to be recruiting committed activists with a passion for human rights.
One such role will be the Kenya Head of Office. This position is responsible for the advancement of the Program on Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones (the “Program”) in Kenya. S/he represents PHR to government, local, and international partners; develops and manages partnerships with individual and institutional collaborators; conducts advocacy; and coordinates and leads forensic trainings to enhance collaboration among medical, law enforcement, and legal personnel, with the goal of supporting prosecutions and accountability for sexual violence in Kenya.
PHR’s Kenya Head of Office will work in collaboration with the US-based teams to create awareness of and accountability for sexual violence in Kenya that leads to impactful action.
To learn more and to apply for the position, Kenya Head of Office, please follow the link provided.