ISHR today published the call for applications for its 2015 Geneva training programme for human rights defenders. If you are a human rights defender keen to increase your interaction with the UN system, apply now!
The training will take place between 10 and 24 June 2015 and provides defenders with opportunities to put their advocacy skills directly into action at the 29th session of the UN Human Rights Council and the 22nd Annual Meeting of UN Special Procedures.
HRAPF is an independent, non-partisan, Non- Governmental organisation registered under the laws of Uganda. HRAPF is specifically interested in human rights awareness, promotion, protection and advocacy in favour of the most marginalised persons in Uganda. To achieve these objectives, HRAPF employs legal and policy analysis, legal research and strategic litigation. HRAPF also works closely with like-minded organisations to achieve its objectives. It is for purposes of strengthening its collaboration and partnerships with these organisations that HRAPF seeks to recruit an Outreach Coordinator.
TEXTBOOK PROGRAMME 2015 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS DEADLINE: 26th August 2015 The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) is pleased to announce its programme for the publication of textbooks for use in African universities. The programme is aimed at making available to teachers and students textbooks that are adapted to the […]
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The Campaign Coordinator, under the direction of the Board of Directors, is responsible for the overall management and operation of the Campaign. Along with the board, the Coordinator ensures the implementation of current and long-term organisational goals and objectives, as well as policies and procedures. They are responsible for developing plans to achieve these goals; implementing policy; supervising all other senior roles in the organisation; fundraising and managing; maintaining Board relations; and supervising administrative management for the organisation.