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Duration of mission: 20 workdays
Female applicants highly encouraged.
The implementation of the SSR Program in Madagascar has been launched recently and in the framework of the Project of SSR assistance to Madagascar (ARSSAM) a National Consultant for the analysis of the military justice system in Madagascar is being recruited.
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The implementation of the SSR Program in Madagascar has been launched recently and in the framework of the Project of SSR assistance to Madagascar (ARSSAM), an International Consultant for the analysis of the military justice system in Madagascar is being recruited.
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Le poste de chargé(e) de dossiers stratégiques au service du CODIROP « Comité de direction des opérations » a pour objectif premier de soutenir les directeurs opérationnels de Tdh dans leur mission.
Aux côtés de l’assistante de direction, vous contribuez à un fonctionnement plus efficient et ambitieux du CODIROP dans le but d’améliorer les interventions opérationnelles de la fondation et sa capacité à en rendre compte. En plus de votre responsabilité spécifique sur des dossiers ponctuels, vous aurez à définir, stimuler et nourrir des démarches transversales pour permettre une bonne coordination des processus communs à tous et une meilleure articulation du travail sur des chantiers impliquant une dimension matricielle.
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The Women’s Rights Program (WRP) supports efforts to: (a) strengthen women’s rights organizations and movements; (b) advance sexual and reproductive rights and justice, specifically by linking attacks on these rights to broader challenges of closing civic space; and (c) promote economic justice, with a focus on mobilizing the political power of women in the informal sector. Through an intersectional approach, using grant-making, advocacy, capacity and coalition building, and organizing meetings and exchanges the WRP works to improve the lives of women globally by advancing equality and participation in decision making.
WRP’s director leads a team of professionals based in New York. The current strategic plan includes three portfolios of work in varying degrees of development in the areas of economic justice, sexual and reproductive rights, and strengthening women’s organizations and movements. The director will be expected to guide and grow these areas of work or engage in new ones as the needs in the field develop. The ability to clearly articulate the program’s vision and role within the OSF network is critical, as is playing a leadership role across the organization’s substantial body of work on issues relevant to women’s rights.
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The CTI is an inter-governmental initiative being spearheaded by the Governments of Chile, Denmark, Ghana, Indonesia and Morocco, with the vision that by 2024, every State in the world will have ratified the UNCAT and be working towards its active implementation. The CTI is supported by an independent Secretariat, based in Geneva, composed of the Head of the Secretariat and a small team of professional staff and an office administrator.
The post-holder will identify, develop and deliver major global, regional and other events and activities and lead on specific projects as part of the CTI’s strategic vision to achieve universal ratification of the UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (UNCAT) and that all States parties are actively implementing UNCAT, by 2024. All CTI events are organised pursuant to Chatham House Rule of non-attribution and confidentiality to foster open and frank dialogue on a no-name, no-shame basis. Some events are organized wholly by the CTI Secretariat; others are organized together with partners taking advantage of strategic relationships, positions and influence.
This position is based in Geneva, Switzerland, and is available at 80% or 100%. Salary is based on Swiss NGO scales commensurate with experience.
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The post-holder will promote and facilitate ratification of the UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (UNCAT), in line with CTI’s strategic vision of achieving universal ratification by 2024.
Applications from persons from Africa, Asia or the Caribbean or who have experience in one or more of these regions, or with Small Island Developing States (SIDS), are particularly encouraged to apply. This is a full-time position based in Geneva, Switzerland. Salary is based on Swiss NGO scales commensurate with experience
DCAF is dedicated to making people and the states they live in more secure. We help countries to develop effective laws, institutions, policies and practices that improve the way the security sector is structured and governed. Good security and justice sector governance – rooted in respect for human rights and the rule of law – is a cornerstone of human security and development.
DCAF is a leading world centre of excellence for security sector governance (SSG) and security sector reform (SSR) knowledge and practice. Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, we operate in over 70 countries and have a team of more than 170 international staff.
DCAF’s International Security Sector Advisory Team (ISSAT) provides practical support to the international community in its efforts to improve security and justice, primarily in conflict-affected and fragile states. Established in 2008, it works to increase the capacity of the international community to support SSR processes, to enhance the effectiveness and quality of SSR programming, and to facilitate the coordination and coherence of international assistance for nationally driven SSR processes.
We are a dynamic team working with, and across, world-leading government departments, multilateral institutions and experts in the international security and justice sector development arena.
You will compliment an experienced, values-driven professional group from a broad variety of backgrounds. Funded chiefly by national governments, we look after our staff and ensure they benefit from a solid employment package, and a proactive and empowering working environment.
Today, DCAF-ISSAT is looking for a dynamic and committed individual to be our next:
DCAF-ISSAT Professional Development and Training Project Officer
Starting date: As soon as possible
Duration: Full time, permanent position
Under the direction and coordination of the Professional Development and Training (PDT) Coordinator, the post-holder will support the work of DCAF-ISSAT’s Professional Development and Training service line.
Specific Task and Responsibility:
General Tasks and Responsibility:
Personal Qualities Required
The post holder should have the following qualifications, skills, attributes and relevant experience along with being multi-lingual:
Additional skills and experience
Qualifications and Languages:
The post is open to all graduates of degrees in international relations, political science, law or a related field with a minimum of 4-5 years’ relevant experience in SSR and/or related international development work, including field experience. The DCAF-ISSAT operating language is English. Fluency in French is strongly desired. Spanish or Arabic is an added advantage.
If you think you are a good match for DCAF and the position advertised, please send your application to [ISSATrecruitment@dcaf.ch] by 25 February 2018, enclosing:
DCAF is an equal opportunities employer that considers applications from all qualified candidates.
 E-learning development role to include review of links across other DCAF-ISSAT professional development and training opportunities, and advances in e-learning platforms and delivery
 Roster members – associate DCAF-ISSAT experts utilised to compliment the skills and experience held in-house
 Ranging from face to face, online and event/conference-based training and development
The Asia Foundations Conflict and Fragility (C&F) program works to strengthen and enhance access to formal and informal institutions that can help resolve disputes, reduce grievances, advance social justice, address the root causes of conflict and violence, and reduce the risks of fragility.
The director leads the C&F team technical support to Foundation country programs in countries affected by conflict, violence, and fragility, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines (Mindanao), Sri Lanka, and Timor-Leste. At the regional level, the director leads projects that the C&F team manages in a coordinating capacity, including violence monitoring and CVE.
The director regularly engages with governments, partner organizations, present and prospective donors, diplomatic missions, national and international institutions, academic specialists and think tanks, and the media. She/he plays a prominent thought leadership role through publications, public speaking, conference participation, mentoring colleagues, and other contributions. As a member of the Program Specialists Group, she/he joins fellow program directors in pursuing more rigorous cross-thematic discourse, collaboration, and other coordinated efforts to enhance the quality of Foundation programming.
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To support the National Director in ensuring that effective security measures for the National Office programs are both appropriately planned for and addressed within the national context so WV Mali mitigates operational risks and institutionalizes an organizational culture and practice of safety and security.
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The USAID/Mali Peacebuilding, Stabilization, and Reconciliation Project is a five-year program that is expected to improve prospects for long-term peace, security, and reconciliation by strengthening the positive resilience of communities working in partnership with their elected officials. Activities will include the development of early warning and response systems, support for scalable and sustainable community-driven peacebuilding, stabilization, and recovery efforts in conflict-affected areas and areas at risk of conflict, and efforts to address the needs of youth and victims of violence.
Under the overall direction of the Chief of Party (COP), the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) will be responsible for management and oversight of all operational, procurement and logistical aspects of program activities, including oversight of grants awards and sub-contracts.