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University of Denver Strum College of Law
Visiting Professor in Civil Rights Clinic
Overview: The University of Denver Sturm College of Law seeks to hire a Visiting Professor to teach in our Civil Rights Clinic during the Spring 2011 semester. Currently, the focus of the CRC’s work is on the constitutionality of the conditions in which federal and state prisoners are held, including issues such as indefinite solitary confinement, freedom of expression, the free exercise of religion, and due process, although any kind of civil rights or civil liberties matter may be on our docket. The CRC is litigation-based clinic and students enroll for the entire academic year. For more information about the Civil Rights Clinic, including representative cases, please see http://www.law.du.edu/index.php/law-school-clinical-program/civil-rights-clinic.
Qualifications: Minimum qualifications include a J.D. degree; 5 years of litigation experience in federal court; experience with civil rights law, constitutional law, and/or prisoners’ rights; excellent written and oral communication skills; and experience supervising law students, law student interns, or lawyers.
Duties: The Visiting Professor will supervise second and third-year law students on their casework, teach the twice-weekly seminar, and work with the Civil Rights Clinical Fellow. In addition, the visitor will participate with the other clinical faculty in the Student Law Office in periodic small seminars concerning issues in clinical teaching.
To apply: Please visit www.dujobs.org & submit your application, resume, & cover letter online. Questions can be addressed to Sam Kamin, Chair, Lateral/Visiting Appointments Committee, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, 2255 East Evans Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80208 or Christine Cimini, Director of Clinical Programs, 303-871-6780 or ccimini@law.du.edu. The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff. We encourage applications from women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans. DU is an EEO/AA employer.

*Visiting Professor in Civil Litigation Clinic
Overview: The University of Denver Sturm College of Law seeks to hire a Visiting Professor to teach in our Civil Litigation Clinic during the Fall 2010 semester. Currently, the clinic operates in the practice areas of wage and hour litigation on behalf of workers, subsidized housing benefits termination and eviction defense, and the representation of petitioners seeking civil protection orders for domestic violence. The clinic is semester-long and includes in its curriculum a non-litigation, live-client community project requirement for students. For more information about the Civil Litigation Clinic, including representative cases and community projects, please see http://www.law.du.edu/index.php/law-school-clinical-program/civil-litigation-clinic.
Qualifications: Minimum qualifications include a J.D. degree; 5 years of litigation experience in federal or Colorado state court; experience with employment, housing, or domestic-violence law is preferred, but not required; excellent written and oral communication skills; and experience supervising law students, law student interns, or lawyers. The visitor must also be a member of the Colorado Bar or able to gain admission by August 1, 2010.
Duties: The Visiting Professor will supervise second and third-year law students on their casework and community projects, co-teach the twice-weekly seminar, and work with the other clinical professors in the Civil Litigation Clinic. In addition, the visitor will participate with the other clinical faculty in the Student Law Office in periodic small seminars concerning issues in clinical teaching and be integrated into the intellectual life of the law school and the larger University.
To apply: Please visit www.dujobs.org & submit your application, resume, & cover letter online.
Questions can be addressed to Sam Kamin, Chair, Lateral/Visiting Appointments Committee, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, 2255 East Evans Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80208 or Christine Cimini, Director of Clinical Programs, 303-871-6780 or ccimini@law.du.edu. The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff. We encourage applications from women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans. DU is an EEO/AA employer.

Human Rights Watch (“HRW”)
Associate for its Middle East and North Africa division.
(administrative – not legal – position)
New York Office
Deadline for Applications: April 4, 2010
Description: The Associate will provide administrative and clerical assistance including, but not limited to: maintaining extensive files, contact lists and databases; maintaining communication among HRW’s domestic and international offices and providing substantive, logistical, and administrative assistance to field offices; retrieving and responding to requests for information; preparing, formatting and distributing documents such as press releases, reports, tables, charts, briefing papers, testimony, and op-eds; assisting with research, electronic clipping, wires, and translations; preparing for and taking minutes at meetings; assisting with advisory committee matters; assisting with special events, hiring, and training; drafting and editing correspondence and other documents; assisting with travel arrangements and follow-up; recruiting and coordinating interns; recording departmental finances including completing expense forms; photocopying; filing; faxing; answering phones; processing incoming mail; and other assigned tasks.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate must be self motivated, extremely well-organized, collegial and able to function under pressure and handle numerous tasks simultaneously. S/he must be willing to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently as well as function as a member of a team. Strong interest in international human rights, as well as a degree in Social Sciences or International Relations and/or relevant regional or thematic study or experience, is highly desirable. The candidate must have solid office/administration experience, demonstrated organizational skills and excellent computer skills. The candidate must have excellent written and spoken skills in English and at least one Middle Eastern language (Arabic, Persian or Hebrew). Fluency in French is a plus. Applicants for this position must possess current US work authorization valid for a minimum of two years from start date.
Salary and Benefits: Salary range starts at $36,800. Human Rights Watch offers employer-paid benefits, including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, an outstanding pension plan and twenty (20) days vacation per year.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY by emailing in a single submission: a letter of interest describing your experience, your resume, names or letters of reference and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than April 4, 2010 to menajobs@hrw.org. Please use “MENA Associate Ref MENA-10-1009-B” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email. If emailing is not possible, send materials (please do not split a submission between email and regular post) to:
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (MENA Associate Ref MENA-10-1009-B)
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10118-3299
Fax: (212) 736-1300

Human Rights Watch
Health and Human Rights Division
New York Office admin
(administrative – not legal – position)
Deadline for applications: April 5, 2010
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Associate with the Health and Human Rights division.
Description: The Associate will provide critical administrative and clerical assistance including, but not limited to, maintaining extensive files, contact lists and databases; maintaining communication among HRW’s domestic and international offices and providing substantive, logistical and administrative assistance to field offices; retrieving and responding to requests for information; preparing, formatting and distributing documents such as press releases, reports, tables, charts, briefing papers, op-eds, publications and web content; assisting with research, electronic clipping, wires and translations; preparing for and taking minutes at meetings; assisting with advisory committee matters, special events, and hiring and training processes; drafting and editing correspondence and other documents; assisting with travel arrangements and follow-up; recruiting and coordinating interns; recording departmental finances; word processing; photocopying; filing; faxing; answering phones; processing incoming mail; and other assigned tasks. HRW anticipates that the successful candidate will take up this position in mid-June or early July 2010.
Qualifications: The candidate must be self-motivated, extremely well-organized, collegial, able to function under pressure and handle numerous tasks simultaneously. S/he must be able to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently as well as function as a member of a team. Strong interest in international health and human rights, previous work or volunteer experience and a degree in related fields is highly desirable. Applicants for this position must possess current US work authorization valid for a minimum of two years from start date.
Salary and Benefits: Salary range starts at US$36,800. Human Rights Watch offers employer-paid benefits, including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, an outstanding pension plan and 20 days vacation per year.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY (no calls or email inquiries, please) by emailing in a single submission: a letter of interest, your resume, the names and contact information for at least two references, and a brief, unedited writing sample no later than April 5, 2010 to health@hrw.org. Please use “HHR Associate Ref HHR-10-1011-B” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email. If emailing is not possible, send materials (please do not split a submission between email and regular post) to:
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (HHR Associate Ref HHR-10-1011-B)
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10118-3299
Fax: (212) 736-1300

Human Rights Watch
Advocacy Director
United States Program
Washington, DC Office
Deadline for applications: April 5, 2010
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Advocacy Director with the US Program.
Description: Working with the staff of HRW’s US Program, the Advocacy Director will help to conceptualize and implement strategies for transforming HRW’s research and reports into improvements in US policy and practice. The Advocacy Director meets regularly with US government officials, including executive branch officials, legislators and their staff members; prepares a range of written materials, including policy analyses and advocacy documents targeting officials and the public; seeks to influence policy debates by writing press releases, op-eds, and blog postings; works with other advocacy organizations including through coalitions; and develops contacts with journalists in a variety of media. S/he is responsible for keeping abreast of pertinent developments in Washington, DC and selected state capitals. In addition, the Advocacy Director is a key organizational spokesperson, among those who represent the US Program before the media, government officials, and the public.
The US Advocacy Director reports directly to the Director of the US Program. The position is based in Washington, DC.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker with significant advocacy and policy experience working on domestic issues in the United States. Experience in at least one of the substantive policy areas of immigration, criminal justice, or civil rights is required. Direct experience working in government agencies, as a legislative staffer, or in private organizations working to influence government policy or practices is also highly desirable. He or she must possess excellent oral and written communications skills in English, keen political judgment, proven initiative and follow-through, the ability to work quickly and well under pressure in a demanding, fast-paced and diverse professional environment, and a commitment to human rights. Prior research experience, including interview-based research, is desirable though not required. An advanced degree in law, public policy, or a related field is desirable, as is familiarity with international human rights law.
Salary and Benefits: HRW seeks exceptional applicants and offers competitive compensation and employer-paid benefits. HRW will pay reasonable relocation expenses and will assist employees in obtaining necessary work authorization, if required; citizens of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY by emailing in a single submission: a letter of interest describing your experience, your resume, names or letters of references, salary requirements, and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than April 5, 2010 to usprog_jobs@hrw.org. Please use “Advocacy Director Ref USP-10-1010-B” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email. If emailing is not possible, send materials (please do not split a submission between email and regular post and/or fax) to:
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (Advocacy Director Ref USP-10-1010-B)
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10118
Fax: (212) 736-1300

Temporary Part-Time Position Available:
(Three-months for 20 hours per week)
Administrative Assistant
Global Human Resources Department, NY Office
Deadline for applications: April 16, 2010
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Administrative Assistant with the global Human Resources Department.
Description: The Human Resources department in HRW’s New York headquarters is currently recruiting for a temporary part-time administrative assistant. This presents an excellent opportunity for entry-level candidates interested in pursuing a career in global Human Resources.
The administrative assistant will provide support to the Human Resources department with administrative and clerical responsibilities including, but not limited to:
§ Internship responsibilities – supporting the summer internship program by processing internship applications and onboarding new interns.
§ Recruitment-related activities – processing applications; assisting with new hire orientations; developing, assembling, and maintaining orientation packets; and assisting with the updating and maintenance of HRW’s employment web pages.
§ General administrative and clerical support – generating reports in an accurate and timely fashion; auditing monthly invoices; reviewing personnel reports for accuracy; data entry and database maintenance; assisting employees with questions and concerns; filing, photocopying; and other tasks as assigned.
This work schedule is 20 hours per week (flexible scheduling available). A May 2010 start date is anticipated through to July 2010, with the possibility of extension.
Qualifications: The applicant must have excellent organizational and office skills, superb interpersonal and communication skills, and must be able to work as a member of a team. S/he must be enthusiastic, reliable and detail orientated. Applicants must have current US work authorization.
Salary and Benefits: The salary for this position is US$12.00 per hour.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY by emailing together a letter of interest, resume, two references or letters of reference and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) to hrjobs@hrw.org. Please use “HR Assistant: Ref: 10-1015-A” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed.

Coordinator
Development and Outreach Department
(Chicago Office)
Deadline for applications: April 15, 2010
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking a Coordinator in its Development & Outreach department.
Description: The Coordinator will report to the Director of the Midwest Region in Chicago and will be responsible for supporting HRW’s fundraising, advocacy, and outreach efforts in Chicago and the Midwest. The Coordinator’s responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: scheduling and providing support for the Director, Committee members and prospects; supporting the Director in soliciting major gifts and general support funds; managing electronic communications with constituents, researching, identifying, and evaluating new prospects; coordinating and providing support for events in and around Chicago and the region, including Committee meetings, researcher briefings and the HRW Annual Dinner in Chicago; creating agendas, preparing background materials, drafting minutes and conducting follow-up to meetings; responding to requests for information and corresponding with Chicago Committee members; providing membership support services for the Chicago office, including mailings, gift tracking, gift processing and acknowledgments, using HRW’s Raiser’s Edge database; creating and tracking donor lists, fundraising, and expenses; drafting and editing correspondence and other documents; advertising, recruiting, training and coordinating the work of interns for the Chicago office; and other tasks as assigned.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have fundraising and/or administrative experience, and possess strong oral and written communication skills. Experience coordinating large events is also preferred. The applicant must be a disciplined self-starter who can work independently and also function as a member of a development team. Familiarity with donor databases, particularly Raiser’s Edge, is a plus, as is comfort with design and web tools. A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required. Fluency in oral and written English is essential. The candidate must demonstrate strong attention to detail; excellent organizational, administrative and interpersonal skills; and a commitment to human rights and/or international issues. Applicants for this position must possess current U.S. work authorization valid for a minimum of two years from start date.
Salary and Benefits: Salary range starts at US$39,744. Human Rights Watch offers comprehensive employer-paid benefits, including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, an outstanding pension plan and twenty (20) days vacation per year.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY by emailing in a single submission: a letter of interest describing your interest in the position, your resume, names or letters of reference, and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than April 15, 2010 to devjobs@hrw.org Please use “Coordinator Ref DEV-10-1014-B” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email. If emailing is not possible, send materials (please do not split a submission between email and regular post) to:
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (Coordinator Ref DEV-10-1014-B)
325 West Huron #304
Chicago, IL 60654

SHRP
Program Associate
We seek an experienced Program Associate to coordinate the day-to-day operations of the AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition and “On-call” Scientists. Among the Program Associate’s responsibilities will be to provide on-going support and guidance to the Coalition’s working groups; monitor and ensure adherence to the Coalition’s Plan of Action; and contribute to the Coalition’s membership strategy. The Program Associate will also be responsible for securing and maintaining the engagement of the human rights community in “On-call” Scientists; and managing the matching process between volunteer scientists and human rights organizations. This is an exciting opportunity for a talented person with a science and human rights background to contribute to these ground-breaking initiatives aimed at expanding the engagement of scientists in human rights efforts. Apply here.
http://www.aaas.org/careercenter/employmentataaas/

Attorney
Public Justice Center
Baltimore, MD
Overview: The Public Justice Center (“PJC”) is a nonprofit legal organization that seeks to protect and expand the rights of people who are denied justice because of their economic status or discrimination. The PJC selects and designs its cases and projects to effect systemic legal and social changes, using diverse strategies to advocate reforms, including individual and class action litigation, appellate advocacy, legislative advocacy, policy advocacy with government or business organizations, client education, and public education. Current projects focus on the rights of tenants, prisoners, workers, families needing health care, foster and homeless children, and establishing a right to counsel in civil cases. For more information, visit: www.publicjustice.org.
Qualifications: Maryland bar admission or admission to another state bar with ability to practice in Maryland until being barred in Maryland is required. Three or more years of experience as an attorney involving client representation and litigation. This position is directed towards an attorney with 3 to 10 years of experience. Other relevant skills and experience include legislative advocacy / lobbying; community organizing or mobilization; public relations and educational campaigns; and coalition building. The ability to speak and write Spanish is a plus. Demonstrable commitment to social justice advocacy and public interest law. Ability to work collaboratively with others both in and outside of the PJC, including clients, other advocacy organizations, coalition members, governmental officials, and attorneys. Excellent legal analytic and strategic skills. Excellent legal writing and research skills. Strong communication and collaborative skills. A strong work ethic, organizational and time management abilities, and capacity for juggling multiple responsibilities.
Duties: Staff attorneys are assigned to work in one or more of the PJC’s projects. Each project is led by an attorney who is the Director of that project. As a member of the work team on that project, the attorney will be working with other attorneys and staff within the PJC, and collaborating with allies and partners outside the PJC. The current position will initially be assigned to work on educational rights of homeless and foster children and health and public benefits.
Salary: The salary range for this position is $48,000 – $60,000 per year, commensurate with experience. An excellent cafeteria benefit package is included offering health, dental, disability and life insurance, retirement, and parking benefits options.
To apply: please submit – by email only — a cover letter explaining your interest, resume,
two writing samples, and the names and telephone numbers of three references.
Please send applications to: Tanisha Carpenter at carpentert@publicjustice.org with “Staff Attorney”
in the subject line.

Various positions
Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Human rights opportunities available nationally and internationally http://www.chr.up.ac.za/about/hr_opportunities.html

Researcher – Special Focus on the Democratic Republic of Congo
Amnesty International (AI)
The International Secretariat, which operates from a number of sites around the world, gathers and communicates accurate and action-oriented human rights information globally. We campaign for meaningful human rights change; enable effective human rights activism and work to persuade governments and other actors to uphold universal human rights standards. We provide strategic leadership, support and advice to the Amnesty International movement globally, fostering Amnesty International?s contribution, presence and public accountability throughout the world.
Closing date: 14 Apr 2010
Location: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the) – London
Amnesty International (AI) is a worldwide movement of volunteers and professionals standing up for human rights. Independent of any government, ideology, economic interest or religion, we have more than two million supporters in over 150 countries. Our purpose is to research, speak out and take action to protect individuals wherever rights, justice, fairness, freedom and truth are denied.
As a research-based campaigning organization, investigating and documenting human rights issues is fundamental to our advocacy and lobbying work. The role of Researcher is to lead on the development and implementation of overarching research strategies on the DRC, analyse human rights related development, write reports and other material for publication. The researcher provides expert advice on the human rights situation, conduct fact-finding field visits and represents AI to external stake holders.
A proven researcher who?s committed to human rights, you will provide rigorous situation analysis with excellent communication skills in French and English, particularly written and presentational. You should have excellent political judgement, a specialist knowledge of the DRC, and an understanding the nature of key human rights concerns in Central Africa.
How to apply
For further information and to apply for this vacancy please do visit our website on http://www.amnesty.org/en/jobs_all/vacant-positions. The deadline for applications is midnight on Wednesday 14th April 2010.

Bernabei & Wachtel
Washington, D.C
*Civil Rights Litigation Fellow
Overview: Our firm is nationally recognized for expertise in whistleblower law, employment discrimination law, sexual harassment law, civil rights and civil liberties matters and retaliation claims under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Our Civil Rights Litigation Fellowship lasts for one year, with the opportunity to apply for a permanent Associate position when the Fellowship ends.
Qualifications: Our ideal Fellow candidate has excellent research and writing skills, strong academic credentials, a desire to litigate, and a demonstrated commitment to civil rights.
Duties: The Fellow will participate in all aspects of litigation, from interviewing clients to assisting with trials, hearings and mediations. Fellows have extensive client contact and participate in case development and strategy. We also encourage Fellows’ professional development by providing time for Fellows to attend seminars and trainings and to seek out opportunities for publication.
To apply: Please send an email, with attached cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and writing sample of no more than ten pages to: Andrea Loveless, Esq., Bernabei & Wachtel, Loveless@bernabeipllc.com.
Deadline: Applications should be submitted no later than April 12, 2010.

NESRI’s Human Right to Housing Program
Fellow
Overview: NESRI works to build a broad movement for economic & social rights, including health, housing, education and work with dignity. NESRI’s Human Right to Housing Program works with community-based organizations to support their social justice campaigns through the use of human rights. This is a full time, salaried position. The fellowship lasts for two years, and will continue if funding is available.
Qualifications: Demonstrated commitment to and familiarity with social justice and
human rights, including grassroots organizing, strong research and writing skills, knowledge of federal housing policy.
Duties: Locally, the Housing Fellow will work with CRNHR communities to support their housing organizing and advocacy goals. Nationally, the Housing Fellow will work with Campaign membership around national advocacy on housing issues, including legislative proposals and policy. More broadly, the Housing Fellow will work to build the human right to housing movement in the United States, and engage with the
international community, including the United Nations, around the Campaign’s
work. Work responsibilities will include research and writing, coordinating
communication and activities between CRNHR members, maintaining CRNHR’s
website and media relations, arranging logistics, and frequent travel.
To apply: Please email a resume, a cover letter, a short writing sample and three
professional references to Tiffany M. Gardner at tiffany@nesri.org. Please,
no phone calls.
Deadline: Position opened until filled
Salary: The salary for this position is $45,000 per year. NESRI’s benefits package
includes: basic health insurance, disability Insurance, and 20 days paid
vacation.

Human Rights Staff Attorney
Human Rights Defense Center
Start Date: April, 2010
Location: Brattleboro, Vermont
The Human Rights Defense Center (HRDC) seeks a Staff Attorney to litigate cutting-edge First Amendment prison and jail censorship cases and public records / FOIA cases, as well as selected catastrophic injury lawsuits in U.S. state and federal courts, and engage in coordinated education and outreach work. Substantive areas of specialization will likely include cases against private prison corporations and

government officials for human rights and free speech law violations, and public records requests and lawsuits to bring transparency and accountability to prisons and jails across the U.S.
Originally founded as Prison Legal News, the HRDC is a non-profit organization based in Brattleboro, Vermont which publishes the monthly magazine Prison Legal News, as well as self-help and reference books designed to help prisoners improve themselves. The HRDC also engages in advocacy on behalf of those detained in American prisons and jails. The HRDC’s in-house counsel represents PLN in
censorship and public records litigation against state, local, federal and private prisons and jails across the United States. The HRDC also represents individuals in select catastrophic injury cases.
The HRDC’s Staff Attorney will be co-counseling with the top civil rights, personal injury and media law attorneys in the country to bring cutting-edge free speech and public records cases on behalf of PLN against prison and jail officials. PLN’s current legal docket (and past cases) can be viewed at:
https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/plnmap.aspx
Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include two weeks vacation, holidays, and 100% organization-paid health benefits including medical, dental and vision insurance.
Qualified candidates should e-mail a cover letter with salary requirements, resume, writing sample and three references to: pwright@prisonlegalnews.org. Please list all successful civil rights or media cases you have worked on or litigated and include published citations where relevant. In your cover letter please state why you want the job and why you should be hired. E-mail applications are preferred. Applications
will be considered on a rolling basis and strong consideration will be given to early applications. Position is open until filled.

UNITED NATIONS Human Rights employment opportunities
For all job listings within the U.N. system visit:
http://www.unsystem.org/jobs/job_opportunities.htm

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INTERNATIONAL JOBS

Programme Director
Programme on Women’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (PWESCR)
New Delhi, India
Overview: PWESCR is an international initiative in the area of gender and economic, social and cultural rights. PWESCR works to promote women’s human rights, especially in the context of economic, social and cultural rights by bringing a gender framework to policy, law and practice at local, national, regional and international levels through ever-evolving strategies and activities in both conceptual and practical realms. PWESCR, in its initial phase has a South Asia regional focus. However, as it gets support from other regions, it will expand to other regions. PWESCR is based in New Delhi, India. The programme works to strengthen links between local and global initiatives— focusing on international advocacy with an emphasis on South Asian regional implementation and monitoring. PWESCR is organized around two broad goals:
· To build leadership and capacity of South Asian groups, organizations, activists and other actors in the field of human rights and economic justice to promote women’s ESCR;
· To establish links and foster collaborations in order to enhance learning, as well as develop shared strategies to advocate problem-solving alternatives at all levels in the context of gender.
The Education Programme at PWESCR has two main components:
1. Research, analytical writing, developing tools, modules
2. Capacity building, leadership development and ESCR trainings.
PWESCR is looking for a senior candidate who is passionate about trainings and comes with, women’s rights, gender equality training background. Programme Director (PD) will play a key leadership role in shaping of our education programme that includes various trainings, leadership development and action oriented research. PD will be part of PWESCR core management team and will head PWESCR’s Education programme. PD will work closely with ED and our advisory group to develop our leadership development and all training workshops on various aspects of women’s ESCR for national, regional and international groups. Working with our advisors, partners, assist in development of curriculum and also assist in all aspects of PWESCR trainings. Help in translating curriculum into learning modules for wider usage. The position will also require appropriate information, education and communication (IEC) material to ensure our work reaches our targeted constituencies.
Qualifications:
Required:
· Demonstrated commitment to women’s rights with ability to develop and conduct trainings for variety of constituencies.
· Advance degree in international relations, social sciences; economics, law, human rights or women’s studies.
· Minimum three to five years experience in human rights, socio-economic justice and/or women’s rights work at the national, regional or international level.
· Demonstrate ability to be a leader and be able to set the tone for the team.
· Demonstrated experience in programme development and implementation.
· Excellent research analytic and writing skills (in English) with an ability to do gender analysis.
· Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to network and liaise in a diverse environment.
· Ability to work autonomously, take initiative, manage multiple and competing priorities, and handle detail. Work to optimize teamwork, learning and efficiency. Very organized and efficient.
· Must be able to travel including overseas as required.
Preferred:
· Six to eight years work experience.
· Experience working on gender issues including women’s human rights and/or women’s economic and social justice issues.
· Demonstrate experience as an effective trainer.
· Background in feminist theory preferred.
· Knowledge of South Asian languages.
· Demonstrate research, analysis and writing skills
Responsibilities:
· Head PWESCR’s Education Programme, especially all aspects of trainings. Supervise all programme staff under education programme.
· Demonstrate skills and commitment towards organization matters.
· Responsible for developing all education materials. Assist in all aspects of PWESCR training modules development including e-tools, Wiki, website, chats, listserv etc
· Assess opportunities and develop strategic partnerships with groups and individuals to advance women’s economic, social and cultural rights through policy dialogue, public education, advocacy, documentation, action research, or sharing best practices. Be a resource for women’s rights field in the region. Provide technical assistance; engage, manage, and liaise with consultants; and foster training, or professional exchange opportunities.
· Assist in fundraising efforts by identifying grant resources and develop project proposals, especially for PWESCRs education programme.
· Provide support to the advisory board.
· Supervise programme and administrative staff and interns.
· Represent PWESCR in international, regional and national events.
· Other duties as assigned.
To apply: Interested applicants should submit the following:
· Résumé
· Cover letter
· Two letters of reference
· A published or unpublished short paper written by the applicant discussing issues related to human rights, women’s human rights or socio-economic justice.
These documents are to be submitted to:
PWESCR, Job search
DD 29 Nehru Enclave, Kalkaji, 2nd Floor
New Delhi 110019
Or pwescr@pwescr.org
Deadline: The first round of short listing and interviews will be conducted for all
those who send their applications before March 15th, 2010.
PWESCR is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women from marginalized communities to apply.

INTERNSHIPS

Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict
Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict is recruiting interns for the Spring and Summer. Your browser may not support display of this image. Monitoring and Reporting Intern Job Description

INTERN: Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict (www.watchlist.org) is seeking an intern to work 35 to 40 hours/week from June through August 2009.

ORGANIZATION: The Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict is an NGO network that monitors and reports on violations against the security and rights of children and adolescents in specific situations of armed conflict. Watchlist uses this information to urge action by the UN Security Council, other UN agencies and appropriate governments. Watchlist also provides capacity strengthening support to local NGO partners in areas of conflict to build sustainable, grass roots monitoring, reporting and advocacy networks related to violations against children in armed conflicts (CAC). The Watchlist is housed at the offices of the Women’s Refugee Commission, a member of Watchlist’s Steering Committee and the International Rescue Committee. The intern will support Watchlist in its reporting and advocacy activities on children in Afghanistan, Burma/Myanmar and other areas of conflict as relevant.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Research, analyze and compile data related to developments in Afghanistan on the following thematic areas: Humanitarian Access, Abduction, Health, HIV/AIDS, Education, Refugees/IDPs, Small Arms, Landmines, Trafficking and Exploitation, Gender-based violence, and Child soldiers.
  • Prepare media, contact and distribution lists for the upcoming Watchlist report on Afghanistan.
  • Assist with setting up meetings for Afghanistan
  • Assist with follow-up advocacy, distribution and evaluating the impact of the Watchlist Burma/Myanmar country report
  • Assist with communication with local and international NGO partners in Afghanistan, Nepal, DRC, Sri Lanka, Colombia, Burma/Myanmar and elsewhere.
  • Assist with filing and other administrative tasks when necessary.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Graduate student in international relations, politics, international development or relevant field.
  • Strong research, writing, analytical and communication skills.
  • Strong interest in issues related to children in armed conflict, human rights and humanitarian concerns.
  • Fluency in French or Spanish preferred.
  • Experience with international human rights and humanitarian mechanisms and policies.
  • Ability to work both in a team as well as independently.
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Word/ Excel.

Please email your résumé and cover letter to:
Ms. Simar Singh, Program Specialist
Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict
Women’s Refugee Commission
122 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10168
ph: 212.551.2941 fax: 212.551.3180
simars@womenscommission.org

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

University of Denver Strum College of Law
*Visiting Professor in Civil Rights Clinic
Overview: The University of Denver Sturm College of Law seeks to hire a Visiting Professor to teach in our Civil Rights Clinic during the Spring 2011 semester. Currently, the focus of the CRC’s work is on the constitutionality of the conditions in which federal and state prisoners are held, including issues such as indefinite solitary confinement, freedom of expression, the free exercise of religion, and due process, although any kind of civil rights or civil liberties matter may be on our docket. The CRC is litigation-based clinic and students enroll for the entire academic year. For more information about the Civil Rights Clinic, including representative cases, please see http://www.law.du.edu/index.php/law-school-clinical-program/civil-rights-clinic.
Qualifications: Minimum qualifications include a J.D. degree; 5 years of litigation experience in federal court; experience with civil rights law, constitutional law, and/or prisoners’ rights; excellent written and oral communication skills; and experience supervising law students, law student interns, or lawyers.
Duties: The Visiting Professor will supervise second and third-year law students on their casework, teach the twice-weekly seminar, and work with the Civil Rights Clinical Fellow. In addition, the visitor will participate with the other clinical faculty in the Student Law Office in periodic small seminars concerning issues in clinical teaching.
To apply: Please visit www.dujobs.org & submit your application, resume, & cover letter online. Questions can be addressed to Sam Kamin, Chair, Lateral/Visiting Appointments Committee, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, 2255 East Evans Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80208 or Christine Cimini, Director of Clinical Programs, 303-871-6780 or ccimini@law.du.edu. The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff. We encourage applications from women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans. DU is an EEO/AA employer.
*Visiting Professor in Civil Litigation Clinic
Overview: The University of Denver Sturm College of Law seeks to hire a Visiting Professor to teach in our Civil Litigation Clinic during the Fall 2010 semester. Currently, the clinic operates in the practice areas of wage and hour litigation on behalf of workers, subsidized housing benefits termination and eviction defense, and the representation of petitioners seeking civil protection orders for domestic violence. The clinic is semester-long and includes in its curriculum a non-litigation, live-client community project requirement for students. For more information about the Civil Litigation Clinic, including representative cases and community projects, please see http://www.law.du.edu/index.php/law-school-clinical-program/civil-litigation-clinic.
Qualifications: Minimum qualifications include a J.D. degree; 5 years of litigation experience in federal or Colorado state court; experience with employment, housing, or domestic-violence law is preferred, but not required; excellent written and oral communication skills; and experience supervising law students, law student interns, or lawyers. The visitor must also be a member of the Colorado Bar or able to gain admission by August 1, 2010.
Duties: The Visiting Professor will supervise second and third-year law students on their casework and community projects, co-teach the twice-weekly seminar, and work with the other clinical professors in the Civil Litigation Clinic. In addition, the visitor will participate with the other clinical faculty in the Student Law Office in periodic small seminars concerning issues in clinical teaching and be integrated into the intellectual life of the law school and the larger University.
To apply: Please visit www.dujobs.org & submit your application, resume, & cover letter online.
Questions can be addressed to Sam Kamin, Chair, Lateral/Visiting Appointments Committee, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, 2255 East Evans Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80208 or Christine Cimini, Director of Clinical Programs, 303-871-6780 or ccimini@law.du.edu. The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff. We encourage applications from women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans. DU is an EEO/AA employer.

Human Rights Watch (“HRW”)
Associate for its Middle East and North Africa division.
(administrative – not legal – position)
New York Office
Deadline for Applications: April 4, 2010
Description: The Associate will provide administrative and clerical assistance including, but not limited to: maintaining extensive files, contact lists and databases; maintaining communication among HRW’s domestic and international offices and providing substantive, logistical, and administrative assistance to field offices; retrieving and responding to requests for information; preparing, formatting and distributing documents such as press releases, reports, tables, charts, briefing papers, testimony, and op-eds; assisting with research, electronic clipping, wires, and translations; preparing for and taking minutes at meetings; assisting with advisory committee matters; assisting with special events, hiring, and training; drafting and editing correspondence and other documents; assisting with travel arrangements and follow-up; recruiting and coordinating interns; recording departmental finances including completing expense forms; photocopying; filing; faxing; answering phones; processing incoming mail; and other assigned tasks.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate must be self motivated, extremely well-organized, collegial and able to function under pressure and handle numerous tasks simultaneously. S/he must be willing to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently as well as function as a member of a team. Strong interest in international human rights, as well as a degree in Social Sciences or International Relations and/or relevant regional or thematic study or experience, is highly desirable. The candidate must have solid office/administration experience, demonstrated organizational skills and excellent computer skills. The candidate must have excellent written and spoken skills in English and at least one Middle Eastern language (Arabic, Persian or Hebrew). Fluency in French is a plus. Applicants for this position must possess current US work authorization valid for a minimum of two years from start date.
Salary and Benefits: Salary range starts at $36,800. Human Rights Watch offers employer-paid benefits, including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, an outstanding pension plan and twenty (20) days vacation per year.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY by emailing in a single submission: a letter of interest describing your experience, your resume, names or letters of reference and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than April 4, 2010 to menajobs@hrw.org. Please use “MENA Associate Ref MENA-10-1009-B” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email. If emailing is not possible, send materials (please do not split a submission between email and regular post) to:
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (MENA Associate Ref MENA-10-1009-B)
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10118-3299
Fax: (212) 736-1300

Human Rights Watch
Health and Human Rights Division
New York Office
(administrative – not legal – position)
Deadline for applications: April 5, 2010
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Associate with the Health and Human Rights division.
Description: The Associate will provide critical administrative and clerical assistance including, but not limited to, maintaining extensive files, contact lists and databases; maintaining communication among HRW’s domestic and international offices and providing substantive, logistical and administrative assistance to field offices; retrieving and responding to requests for information; preparing, formatting and distributing documents such as press releases, reports, tables, charts, briefing papers, op-eds, publications and web content; assisting with research, electronic clipping, wires and translations; preparing for and taking minutes at meetings; assisting with advisory committee matters, special events, and hiring and training processes; drafting and editing correspondence and other documents; assisting with travel arrangements and follow-up; recruiting and coordinating interns; recording departmental finances; word processing; photocopying; filing; faxing; answering phones; processing incoming mail; and other assigned tasks. HRW anticipates that the successful candidate will take up this position in mid-June or early July 2010.
Qualifications: The candidate must be self-motivated, extremely well-organized, collegial, able to function under pressure and handle numerous tasks simultaneously. S/he must be able to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently as well as function as a member of a team. Strong interest in international health and human rights, previous work or volunteer experience and a degree in related fields is highly desirable. Applicants for this position must possess current US work authorization valid for a minimum of two years from start date.
Salary and Benefits: Salary range starts at US$36,800. Human Rights Watch offers employer-paid benefits, including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, an outstanding pension plan and 20 days vacation per year.
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PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY (no calls or email inquiries, please) by emailing in a single submission: a letter of interest, your resume, the names and contact information for at least two references, and a brief, unedited writing sample no later than April 5, 2010 to health@hrw.org. Please use “HHR Associate Ref HHR-10-1011-B” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email. If emailing is not possible, send materials (please do not split a submission between email and regular post) to:
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (HHR Associate Ref HHR-10-1011-B)
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10118-3299
Fax: (212) 736-1300

Human Rights Watch
Advocacy Director
United States Program
Washington, DC Office
Deadline for applications: April 5, 2010
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Advocacy Director with the US Program.
Description: Working with the staff of HRW’s US Program, the Advocacy Director will help to conceptualize and implement strategies for transforming HRW’s research and reports into improvements in US policy and practice. The Advocacy Director meets regularly with US government officials, including executive branch officials, legislators and their staff members; prepares a range of written materials, including policy analyses and advocacy documents targeting officials and the public; seeks to influence policy debates by writing press releases, op-eds, and blog postings; works with other advocacy organizations including through coalitions; and develops contacts with journalists in a variety of media. S/he is responsible for keeping abreast of pertinent developments in Washington, DC and selected state capitals. In addition, the Advocacy Director is a key organizational spokesperson, among those who represent the US Program before the media, government officials, and the public.
The US Advocacy Director reports directly to the Director of the US Program. The position is based in Washington, DC.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker with significant advocacy and policy experience working on domestic issues in the United States. Experience in at least one of the substantive policy areas of immigration, criminal justice, or civil rights is required. Direct experience working in government agencies, as a legislative staffer, or in private organizations working to influence government policy or practices is also highly desirable. He or she must possess excellent oral and written communications skills in English, keen political judgment, proven initiative and follow-through, the ability to work quickly and well under pressure in a demanding, fast-paced and diverse professional environment, and a commitment to human rights. Prior research experience, including interview-based research, is desirable though not required. An advanced degree in law, public policy, or a related field is desirable, as is familiarity with international human rights law.
Salary and Benefits: HRW seeks exceptional applicants and offers competitive compensation and employer-paid benefits. HRW will pay reasonable relocation expenses and will assist employees in obtaining necessary work authorization, if required; citizens of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY by emailing in a single submission: a letter of interest describing your experience, your resume, names or letters of references, salary requirements, and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than April 5, 2010 to usprog_jobs@hrw.org. Please use “Advocacy Director Ref USP-10-1010-B” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email. If emailing is not possible, send materials (please do not split a submission between email and regular post and/or fax) to:
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (Advocacy Director Ref USP-10-1010-B)
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10118
Fax: (212) 736-1300

Temporary Part-Time Position Available:
(Three-months for 20 hours per week)
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Global Human Resources Department
(New York Office)
Deadline for applications: April 16, 2010
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Administrative Assistant with the global Human Resources Department.
Description: The Human Resources department in HRW’s New York headquarters is currently recruiting for a temporary part-time administrative assistant. This presents an excellent opportunity for entry-level candidates interested in pursuing a career in global Human Resources.
The administrative assistant will provide support to the Human Resources department with administrative and clerical responsibilities including, but not limited to:
§ Internship responsibilities – supporting the summer internship program by processing internship applications and onboarding new interns.
§ Recruitment-related activities – processing applications; assisting with new hire orientations; developing, assembling, and maintaining orientation packets; and assisting with the updating and maintenance of HRW’s employment web pages.
§ General administrative and clerical support – generating reports in an accurate and timely fashion; auditing monthly invoices; reviewing personnel reports for accuracy; data entry and database maintenance; assisting employees with questions and concerns; filing, photocopying; and other tasks as assigned.
This work schedule is 20 hours per week (flexible scheduling available). A May 2010 start date is anticipated through to July 2010, with the possibility of extension.
Qualifications: The applicant must have excellent organizational and office skills, superb interpersonal and communication skills, and must be able to work as a member of a team. S/he must be enthusiastic, reliable and detail orientated. Applicants must have current US work authorization.
Salary and Benefits: The salary for this position is US$12.00 per hour.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY by emailing together a letter of interest, resume, two references or letters of reference and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) to hrjobs@hrw.org. Please use “HR Assistant: Ref: 10-1015-A” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed.

COORDINATOR

Development and Outreach Department
(Chicago Office)
Deadline for applications: April 15, 2010
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking a Coordinator in its Development & Outreach department.
Description: The Coordinator will report to the Director of the Midwest Region in Chicago and will be responsible for supporting HRW’s fundraising, advocacy, and outreach efforts in Chicago and the Midwest. The Coordinator’s responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: scheduling and providing support for the Director, Committee members and prospects; supporting the Director in soliciting major gifts and general support funds; managing electronic communications with constituents, researching, identifying, and evaluating new prospects; coordinating and providing support for events in and around Chicago and the region, including Committee meetings, researcher briefings and the HRW Annual Dinner in Chicago; creating agendas, preparing background materials, drafting minutes and conducting follow-up to meetings; responding to requests for information and corresponding with Chicago Committee members; providing membership support services for the Chicago office, including mailings, gift tracking, gift processing and acknowledgments, using HRW’s Raiser’s Edge database; creating and tracking donor lists, fundraising, and expenses; drafting and editing correspondence and other documents; advertising, recruiting, training and coordinating the work of interns for the Chicago office; and other tasks as assigned.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have fundraising and/or administrative experience, and possess strong oral and written communication skills. Experience coordinating large events is also preferred. The applicant must be a disciplined self-starter who can work independently and also function as a member of a development team. Familiarity with donor databases, particularly Raiser’s Edge, is a plus, as is comfort with design and web tools. A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required. Fluency in oral and written English is essential. The candidate must demonstrate strong attention to detail; excellent organizational, administrative and interpersonal skills; and a commitment to human rights and/or international issues. Applicants for this position must possess current U.S. work authorization valid for a minimum of two years from start date.
Salary and Benefits: Salary range starts at US$39,744. Human Rights Watch offers comprehensive employer-paid benefits, including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, an outstanding pension plan and twenty (20) days vacation per year.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY by emailing in a single submission: a letter of interest describing your interest in the position, your resume, names or letters of reference, and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than April 15, 2010 to devjobs@hrw.org Please use “Coordinator Ref DEV-10-1014-B” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email. If emailing is not possible, send materials (please do not split a submission between email and regular post) to:
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (Coordinator Ref DEV-10-1014-B)
325 West Huron #304
Chicago, IL 60654

SHRP
Porgram Associate
seeks an experienced Program Associate to coordinate the day-to-day operations of the AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition and “On-call” Scientists. Among the Program Associate’s responsibilities will be to provide on-going support and guidance to the Coalition’s working groups; monitor and ensure adherence to the Coalition’s Plan of Action; and contribute to the Coalition’s membership strategy. The Program Associate will also be responsible for securing and maintaining the engagement of the human rights community in “On-call” Scientists; and managing the matching process between volunteer scientists and human rights organizations. This is an exciting opportunity for a talented person with a science and human rights background to contribute to these ground-breaking initiatives aimed at expanding the engagement of scientists in human rights efforts. Apply here.
http://www.aaas.org/careercenter/employmentataaas/

Attorney
Public Justice Center
Baltimore, MD
Overview: The Public Justice Center (“PJC”) is a nonprofit legal organization that seeks to protect and expand the rights of people who are denied justice because of their economic status or discrimination. The PJC selects and designs its cases and projects to effect systemic legal and social changes, using diverse strategies to advocate reforms, including individual and class action litigation, appellate advocacy, legislative advocacy, policy advocacy with government or business organizations, client education, and public education. Current projects focus on the rights of tenants, prisoners, workers, families needing health care, foster and homeless children, and establishing a right to counsel in civil cases. For more information, visit: www.publicjustice.org.
Qualifications: Maryland bar admission or admission to another state bar with ability to practice in Maryland until being barred in Maryland is required. Three or more years of experience as an attorney involving client representation and litigation. This position is directed towards an attorney with 3 to 10 years of experience. Other relevant skills and experience include legislative advocacy / lobbying; community organizing or mobilization; public relations and educational campaigns; and coalition building. The ability to speak and write Spanish is a plus. Demonstrable commitment to social justice advocacy and public interest law. Ability to work collaboratively with others both in and outside of the PJC, including clients, other advocacy organizations, coalition members, governmental officials, and attorneys. Excellent legal analytic and strategic skills. Excellent legal writing and research skills. Strong communication and collaborative skills. A strong work ethic, organizational and time management abilities, and capacity for juggling multiple responsibilities.
Duties: Staff attorneys are assigned to work in one or more of the PJC’s projects. Each project is led by an attorney who is the Director of that project. As a member of the work team on that project, the attorney will be working with other attorneys and staff within the PJC, and collaborating with allies and partners outside the PJC. The current position will initially be assigned to work on educational rights of homeless and foster children and health and public benefits.
Salary: The salary range for this position is $48,000 – $60,000 per year, commensurate with experience. An excellent cafeteria benefit package is included offering health, dental, disability and life insurance, retirement, and parking benefits options.
To apply: please submit – by email only — a cover letter explaining your interest, resume,
two writing samples, and the names and telephone numbers of three references.
Please send applications to: Tanisha Carpenter at carpentert@publicjustice.org with “Staff Attorney”
in the subject line.

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Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Human rights opportunities available nationally and internationally http://www.chr.up.ac.za/about/hr_opportunities.html

Researcher – Special Focus on the Democratic Republic of Congo
Amnesty International (AI)
The International Secretariat, which operates from a

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