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WITNESS is seeking a Program Manager, Middle East and North Africa (1 year, consultancy basis) in Cairo, Egypt. Do you have a passion for human rights and know how to turn documentation into storytelling into powerful advocacy? Do you care about human rights change in the Middle East and North Africa and have a track record of supporting grassroots activists there to achieve meaningful change? Are you ready to innovate, experiment, and create impact using video? WITNESS uses video to open the eyes of the world to human rights violations. We empower people to transform personal stories of abuse into powerful tools for justice, promoting public engagement and policy change. WITNESS was co-founded in 1992 by musician and activist Peter Gabriel as the realization of Peter’s vision of capturing the stories of human rights atrocities on video and putting them at the forefront of human rights campaigns. Since then, WITNESS has trained and partnered with thousands of human rights activists to utilize video for change in over 80 countries all over the world. In response to the popular uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), WITNESS will work to ensure that (1) Video is used effectively to take advantage of this critical moment of transition, and (2) Innovative learning is shared and built upon. Never before has there been such an opportunity for activists and ordinary citizens alike to use video to affect the future of an entire region. WITNESS (www.witness.org) is seeking a highly- motivated, self-directed individual to join the WITNESS Program team as a Program Manager for a 1 year period based in Cairo, Egypt. We are looking for candidates with video and social media expertise; experience working with human rights organizations and activists in the Middle East and North Africa and who speaks Arabic and English fluently. Experience in other regions is also an advantage.
REQUIREMENTS: Languages: It is an essential requirement of this position to have fluency (oral and written) in both Arabic and English but additional language fluencies are a plus. Education: Relevant Bachelor’s required; Master’s degree preferred. Work Experience: A minimum of 5-7 years experience working in a human rights advocacy and/or campaigning context, including working collaboratively with human rights and community-based organizations in the MENA region. Regional experience: Significant human rights or other social justice experience working with grassroots advocates, international organizations, and NGOs; and must have experience in Middle East and North Africa, while experience in multiple and/or other regions is a strong plus. Human Rights and Advocacy: In-depth knowledge of international human rights law, standards and principles; demonstrated excellent strategic, analytical and advocacy skills; understanding of collaborative and online advocacy; commitment to WITNESS’ values and human rights issues, and interest in social change. Video and social media: Exposure to (and preferably hands-on) video, new media production and editing, and social media, especially in advocacy contexts. Training: Experience in training and teaching. Communications: Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in both written and verbal form at a variety of audiences, as well as experience in cross-cultural communication. Systems: Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), as well as Internet research skills; experience of social networking and online video services including YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Work Style: Strong project management and organizational skills; superb attention to detail; ability to multi-task and troubleshoot in pressure situations; demonstrated resourcefulness, optimism, and flexibility in approach to project assignments; strong team player yet able to work independently; demonstrated high degree of maturity. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Hands-on experience with video, film, and new media production and editing, especially in the area of documentary film-making and/or in advocacy contexts. Experience with mobile-based advocacy or organizing. Experience writing content, including blog posts, op-eds and articles for peer review. Experience and comfort conducting public presentations. Start date: As soon as possible. Terms of assignment: 1 year; Consultant. Salary: Commensurate with experience. TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 references to programjob@witness.org with the subject line “MENA Manager”. Applications accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled; early applications encouraged. Please note that due to the volume anticipated, we will not be able to respond individually to each applicant. We kindly ask that you do not send duplicate applications via mail or email, and no phone
calls. Thank you for your understanding.

HRW
ASSOCIATE
European Division
(Brussels Office)
Deadline for applications: June 21, 2011
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Associate with the European Division.
Description: HRW is seeking an Associate to provide administrative and clerical support to its European Division. The Associate’s responsibilities include directly supporting the Deputy Executive Director for Europe as well as working closely with the European based-staff. Administrative duties include maintaining communications between global and regional offices; scheduling; making travel arrangements; preparing, drafting, editing, formatting and distributing correspondence and other documents; preparing for and taking minutes at meetings; recruiting and coordinating interns; organizing meetings, recording and tracking departmental finances; creating and maintaining filing and archiving systems; photocopying; faxing; answering phones; processing mail; and other tasks as assigned. The position offers broad exposure to the responsibilities involved in effectively managing a large, global non-governmental organization, and is an excellent entry-level opportunity for candidates interested in the work of Human Rights Watch. HRW anticipates the successful candidate will take up this position in August 2011.
Qualifications: The successful candidate will be self-motivated, extremely well organized, collegial, 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. Prior knowledge and experience with Raiser’s Edge or similar fundraising software is preferred. A Bachelor’s degree is required. The successful candidate must be fluent in oral and written English; knowledge of other European languages is highly desirable. Two years work experience as well as a strong interest in international human rights, is advantageous. The ideal applicant will have solid office/administration experience and strong organizational and computer skills. The ability to function in a confidential capacity with tact, discretion and good judgment is required. Applicants for this position must possess current EU work authorization valid for a minimum of two years from start date.
Salary and Benefits: HRW seeks exceptional applicants and offers competitive compensation and employer-paid benefits.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY (no calls or email inquiries, please) 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 June 21, 2011 to hrjobs@hrw.org. Please use “Associate Ref: EUR-11-1028-C” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed.

RESEARCHER ON SYRIA and LEBANON
Middle East / North Africa Division
(Beirut-Based)
Deadline for applications: July 1, 2011
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly qualified applicants for the position of Syria & Lebanon Researcher with the Middle East & North Africa Division.
Description: The Researcher will be responsible for developing and implementing a research and advocacy strategy on Syria and Lebanon. The Researcher will monitor, investigate, and document human rights violations in Syria and Lebanon and will write concise, accurate, and compelling briefing memos, reports, and press releases. The Researcher will press for change by conducting advocacy both nationally and internationally to bring human rights violations to the attention of the Syrian and Lebanese governments and the international community. S/he will also engage with regional governments, the Arab League, donor governments, the European Union, and intergovernmental organizations to promote human rights reforms. The Researcher will work with Syrian and Lebanese human rights groups in gathering, analyzing, and presenting information and in supporting their advocacy and outreach capacity. S/he will respond promptly to internal and external inquiries on the human rights situation in both countries.
Qualifications: A background in field-based human rights work in the region is highly desirable. The ideal candidate will have at least three years of experience working on human rights issues, ideally in the Middle East and/or North Africa. S/he must have strong research and documentation skills and be capable of producing excellent written material under tight deadlines. S/he will be able to demonstrate strong political judgment based on regional knowledge and experience working in a politically sensitive environment. An advanced (graduate) degree in international relations, journalism, law, history or the social sciences is highly preferred.
The successful candidate must be able to identify, research, analyze, and effectively communicate important human rights developments in a timely, sophisticated fashion. S/he must be adept at setting priorities based on a perceptive analysis of critical emerging human rights issues in Syria and Lebanon that Human Rights Watch can best address. The candidate must be equally at home interviewing bereaved victims in a sensitive manner, making compelling advocacy arguments to visiting delegations and debating government officials in front of television cameras. The candidate must be an agile and productive writer in English and compelling speaker with impeccable oral and written communication skills in English and Arabic. S/he must be able to develop and implement realistic and effective local and international advocacy strategies and establish and maintain close relationships with government officials, policymakers, media contacts, civil society organizations and other key interlocutors. The individual in this position must be flexible and able to respond quickly to crises and conflicts as they occur, working in close coordination with HRW’s staff in Beirut and internationally, often under tight deadlines. The ideal candidate will be highly self-motivated, extremely well-organized, collegial, and able to work quickly and well under pressure, both independently and as a member of a team. S/he must have a demonstrated commitment to human rights.
The Researcher will be based in Beirut after a period of training of three to six months in HRW’s New York or Washington, DC offices.
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, salary requirements, names and contact details for references, copy of your transcript(s) and/or degree certificate(s), and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than July 1, 2011 to menajobs@hrw.org. Please use “Syria/Lebanon Researcher Application Ref: MENA-11-1023-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 (Syria/Lebanon Researcher Ref: MENA-11-1023-B)
350 Fifth Avenue
34th Floor
New York, NY 10118

Save the Children
Specialist, Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation.
The Division of Humanitarian Response’s (DHR) goal is to make Save the Children THE global leader in emergency response for children affected by disasters and crisis. DHR focuses on: Emergency Preparedness – Agency Readiness: Strengthen agency preparedness at HQ and field level, focusing on high-risk areas and working at all levels of the organization to strengthen our capacity to deliver timely and effective relief and assistance. Emergency Response – Save Lives and Alleviate Suffering: In close coordination with the Save the Children Alliance, provide large-scale high quality programs for children in emergencies. Disaster Risk Reduction – Help Communities Prepare: Work with communities in countries highly prone to disasters to assess risk, develop community emergency response action plans, and mitigate potential disasters. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree in Education, Livelihoods, International Relations, Risk Audit; 3 years DRR or Emergency/ Development related experience; 3 years field experience; 3 years NGO experience; Proven experiences in training; Culturally Sensitive; Working knowledge of international mechanisms on DRR/CCA; Strong ability to absorb and contribute to theoretical models, frameworks on DRR; Excellent English written skills; Ability to travel 60% of the time and be away for periods up to 3 months at a time; Second Language of French, Spanish. Employee Type: Full Time Regular. Save the Children is the leading independent organization for children in need, with programs in over 120 countries, including the United States. We aim to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives by improving their health, education and economic opportunities. In 2010, we improved the lives of over 64 million children in need in the United States and around the world. Our goal is to reach more than 74 million children annually by the year 2012. Join our dedicated and diverse staff committed to improving the well-being of children. Save the Children provides an attractive benefits package including competitive salaries, a matching retirement plan, health and welfare benefits, life insurance, an employee assistance program, generous time off and much more. TO APPLY: Apply on-line at www.savethechildren.org under “Careers”. Save the Children provides an attractive benefits package including competitive salaries, a matching retirement plan, health and welfare benefits, life insurance, an employee assistance program, generous time off and much more. We are an equal opportunity organization dedicated to our core values of Accountability, Ambition, Collaboration, Creativity and Integrity.

NEW YORK CITY LAW DEPARTMENT
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PROSECUTION ATTORNEY
The Family Court Division of the New York City Law Department is seeking an experienced attorney for the Brooklyn office of its Juvenile Delinquency Prosecution Unit. Attorneys in this unit handle delinquency cases from investigation through trial, with the goal of furthering the best interests of the juvenile offenders, while protecting the public safety of the community; investigate cases where juveniles have been charged with violations of New York State Penal Law; interview victims and witnesses; make and respond to pre-trial motions and appear daily in Family Court, where they conduct arraignments, suppression hearings and trials Applicants must have three years or more of litigation experience and must be an attorney in good standing admitted to practice in New York State. Previous criminal justice, juvenile justice, child welfare or related legal experience is required. Knowledge of Family Court procedure is preferred, as is a demonstrated commitment to public service, organizational abilities, an ability to work as part of a team and excellent interpersonal skills.
To apply submit a cover letter, resume, and law school transcript through our on-line application process which can be accessed through the Careers section of our website at www.nyc.gov/law. For more information, contact recruitment@law.nyc.gov. hThe National Consumer Law Center
Attorneys
NCLC is seeking two attorneys to specialize in consumer issues affecting low-income Americans. As a member of NCLC’s advocacy staff, each attorney will develop and implement strategies that help combat exploitive practices in the marketplace. One position, for an attorney with two to ten years experience, includes work on the Center’s Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project. The second position is for an experienced attorney (ten or more years of practice) but the Center will also give full consideration to any applicant with two or more years of practice. Job responsibilities will be adjusted accordingly. The attorneys will concentrate primarily on policy and systemic advocacy, research and writing, training, and special reports and projects. The job announcements are posted on the Center’s website at www.nclc.org/employment.html. Qualified applicants are invited to apply for one or both positions. No phone calls please
Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady LLP (www.ecbalaw.com)
Seeking to hire an associate to begin in September 2011. Currently sixteen lawyers, the firm is a litigation boutique with an eclectic mix of cases, including a core civil rights practice focused on First Amendment, employment and housing discrimination, election law, sexual harassment and assault, children’s rights, wage and hour litigation, police misconduct, prisoners’ rights, and class actions. The firm also has a general commercial litigation practice that comprises about half of its work. We are seeking a lawyer with 1-3 years of experience and outstanding academic credentials, writing ability, and advocacy skills, as well as a demonstrated commitment to civil rights and civil liberties issues. Federal clerkship experience is preferred but not required.

Project Coordinator
Right to Education Project – London
Applications close on 31st May 2011. Interviews are foreseen for 8th and 9th June 2011. In this role you will lead a team promoting and supporting legal advocacy on the right to education in line with our Right to Education Project’s goals and aims. The Project is housed with ActionAid and works closely with the Global Campaign for Education and Amnesty International, and maintains a high profile Advisory Panel of leading human rights, education and development experts. In addition to developing country based tools you will be instrumental in maintaining the Project’s website as a multi-lingual and free public access human rights resource on the right to education as well as share important learnings with interested parties. You will also provide strategic support to action/policy oriented research; innovative human rights based advocacy and legal action on the right to education. Ideally be fluent in a second language such as French, Spanish or Arabic. To apply please email your cv and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the position to jobs@actionaid.org.uk, quoting “reference 41” in the subject heading.

HRW
Researcher
Asia Division
(South Asia base preferred)
Deadline for applications: July 4, 2011
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Researcher on South Asia.
Description: Human Rights Watch is seeking a Researcher to monitor violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in South Asia, covering key countries such as India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, monitoring and documenting human rights abuses by collecting and analyzing information from a wide variety of sources including governments, local media, NGOs, journalists, diplomats, security forces and others in the field; carrying out research in the region; writing reports, briefing memos, short reports, statements, op-eds, articles, and press releases, as well as submissions to international bodies, on human rights concerns in the region as needed in a concise and accurate manner, with a quick turnaround time; responding promptly to queries from the media, public, and colleagues in the human rights community; helping to design and carry out local and international advocacy strategies to improve respect for human rights in the South Asia region, including by publicizing research findings, briefing government and U.N. officials, etc., and working with local NGOs and human rights activists; working closely with regional human rights organizations to ensure that the work of HRW in the South Asia region complements and enhances their own work; and developing recommendations to stop or prevent abuses.
The position will preferably be based in the South Asia region. If based elsewhere, the Researcher should be prepared to spend substantial periods of time traveling to the region.
Qualifications: The successful applicant must be flexible and able to respond quickly to crises and conflicts as they may occur, in coordination with other Asia Division staff. S/he must have strong research and documentation skills and be capable of producing excellent written material under tight deadlines. An advanced degree in international relations, journalism, law or the social sciences as well as experience in human rights work are required, as is a background in human rights concerns in the South Asia region. Excellent oral and written communications skills in English are essential; knowledge of a South Asian language is highly desirable. Experience living or working in the region is also an asset. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated, well-organized, able to work quickly and well under pressure both independently and as a member of a team, and demonstrate a commitment to international human rights.
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 (no calls or email inquiries, please) by emailing together a letter of interest, resume, references, salary requirements, and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than July 4, 2011 to asiajobs@hrw.org. Please use “South Asia Researcher Ref ASI-11-1029-C” 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 (South Asia Researcher Ref ASI-11-1029-C)
350 Fifth Ave., 34th Floor
New York, NY10118

HRW
Researcher
(18 months with possibility of extension)
Children’s Rights Division
(Cairo or Beirut Office preferred)
Deadline for applications: July 4, 2011
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Researcher with the Children’s Rights Division (“CRD”).
Description: The Researcher will be responsible for developing and implementing a research and advocacy agenda on children’s rights in the Middle East and North Africa, focusing on such issues as children in armed conflict (child soldiers, attacks on schools and students); unaccompanied migrant children; discrimination against and abuse of girls; the worst forms of child labor; juvenile justice; and violence against street children. S/he will work to publicize and curtail human rights abuses against children through monitoring, investigation, writing, and publicizing reports, briefing papers, press releases, op-eds and submissions to governments and international bodies based on the findings; bringing human rights violations to the attention of government officials, opinion leaders, intergovernmental agencies, and the media; working with local groups and activists and other partner organizations; and developing strategies together with relevant Human Rights Watch offices and divisions to change abusive laws, policies and practices. This is an initial 18-month appointment, with the possibility of extension.
The Researcher will preferably be based in HRW’s Cairo or Beirut office and should be prepared to travel extensively, as well as occasionally to HRW’s New York headquarters for training or consultations.
Qualifications: The successful applicant will have an advanced degree in law, international relations, regional studies, journalism, or a related field; several years of human rights experience, ideally in the Middle East and North Africa; and a demonstrated commitment to international human rights. The Researcher must be able to identify, research, analyze and effectively communicate important human rights developments in a timely and sophisticated fashion, and be able to develop and implement realistic and effective advocacy strategies. S/he must be an agile and productive writer and persuasive speaker. S/he must have excellent oral and written communication skills in Arabic and English; fluency in other languages is desirable. Regional expertise is required.
Salary and Benefits: Human Rights Watch seeks exceptional candidates and offers competitive compensation and comprehensive 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.
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (Researcher Ref CRD-11-1025-C)
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10118
Fax: (212) 736-1

Community Development Project
2012 Legal Fellowship Candidates
Rolling basis through 5pm, July 8, 2011
The Community Development Project is seeking prospective third-year law students and recent law graduates currently in clerkships or with clerkships beginning in the fall to sponsor for public interest law fellowships offered by the Skadden Fellowship Foundation, Equal Justice Works, Kirkland & Ellis New York City Public Service Fellowship Program, Arthur Liman Public Interest Program, and other similar programs. We are looking for fellowship applicants interested in providing legal services in our areas of work, described below. Skadden Fellowship Foundation, Equal Justice Works, and other similar organizations provide fellowships to graduating law students or outgoing judicial clerks who seek to begin a career in a public interest law office like the Community Development Project, which sponsors the fellowship candidate. Applicants with experience working with, in, or on behalf of community-based organizations are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants of color and applicants with foreign language abilities, particularly Spanish, East Asian and South Asian languages are also strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants must either be admitted to the New York Bar, or sitting for the New York Bar in July 2012. Applicants should show a basic familiarity with the fellowship opportunities available and the requirements of each. Please note: this is not a job posting. For more information about our work, please consult our website: www.urbanjustice.org/cdp. Send a resume and cover letter including a brief description of their interest in being considered for sponsorship by the Community Development Project. General application materials will not be considered. Send the requested documents by e-mail with the words “Fellowships 2012” in the subject line to cdpfellowships@urbanjustice.org. 5/31/2011

CONFERENCES, SEMINARS AND EVENTS
The May 18 Memorial Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 1994 to commemorate the 1980 Gwangju Uprising by continuing the Uprising’s spirit of struggle and solidarity and working towards peace and human rights throughout the world.
The Foundation carries out numerous projects in various fields, including organizing memorial events, establishing scholarships, fostering research, publishing materials, dispensing funds, building international solidarity, and awarding the Gwangju Prize for Human Rights.
The Gwangju Asian Human Rights Folk School has started since 2004. Till now, 147 people from 23 countries have participated in the Folk school. The aim of the Folk school is to introduce participants to Korean history and a variety of democratic movements in Korea including the Gwangju Democratic Uprising in 1980, through both theoretical and practical experiences.
This year, the Folk school will be held for 3 weeks: from 9 to 27 August, 2011.
The Folk School strives to contribute to the development of democracy and human rights through out Asia by hosting 20 invitees from all over the Asian countries, who have been working for human rights and peace organizations in their respective countries. The emphasis is on organizational partnership, so applicants endorsed by their organization will be given priority in the participants selection procedure. Applicants’ organizations should support their staff’s successful completion of the course from the Folk school by providing expenses for issuing visa and internal travel expenses aside from round trip airfare and accommodation which are provided by the Foundation for him/her.
The Folk School will select participants as below:
- Junior Staff : 8 people (with 2-5 years of experience)
- Middle Management/Advisory : 8 people (with 5-15 years of experience)
- Senior/Director : 4 people (with more than 15 years of experience)
Junior staff and Middle Management/Advisory will be put into groups at the beginning of the program. Each group will be assigned a topic and will deliver a presentation at the end for the educational session. They also are given the chance to present the activities of their organizations.
The lectures are divided middle management advisory and the junior staff, the foundation offers them separated courses which customized to each level.
Meanwhile, Senior/Director participants will deliver a lecture about human rights and democracy gained from their experiences and knowledge to the participants.
Completing the Folk school, the alumni will have an opportunity to apply for a scholarship at Master of Arts in Inter-Asia NGO Studies(MAINS) from the Graduate school of Sungkonghoe University. The Foundation has been supporting 3 alumni every year.
Applicants are advised to read the guidelines carefully. The Foundation will only consider applicants who successfully comply with a set of guidelines and rules.
Incomplete applications will not be considered (See the application form for more details).
Applicants should ensure that they have no potential visa problems. If an applicant is denied entry to Korea because of his/her personal matters which are not known to the Foundation, the Foundation does not take any responsibilities for the problems he/she faces.
If an applicant decides not to participate in the Folk school after being selected as a participants, the Foundation will not accept any applications from his/her organization for 3 years.
The May 18 Memorial Foundation will cover the following expenses during the programme:
1. Round trip airfare
2. Transportation expenses in Korea
3. Accommodation and food
The following expenses will NOT be covered:
1. Internal transportation, including domestic flights in your country (for example, to the airport or to the embassy)
2. Visa fee and any other special taxes.
Please send your application to
518folkschool@gmail.com or 518.org@gmail.com
Application deadline has been extended until June 17, 2011

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
The Master’s Program in Coexistence and Conflict at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University still has some partial tuition scholarships available for the academic year 2011 for its two programs:
Master’s Degree in Coexistence and Conflict
Dual Master’s Degree in Sustainable International Development and Coexistence and Conflict
Over 90% of our alumni are currently working within governments and intergovernmental organizations, such as the United Nations and the African Union, as well as international and local non-governmental organizations dealing with conflict and development issues, and are increasingly in positions of considerable influence around the world.

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