Posted: 20/05/2020 | | Closing: 07/06/2020
SumOfUs is looking for an experienced digital fundraiser and campaigner to help grow our income and help us win campaigns against corporate power. If you love raising money online to fight for change, if you are excited about global economic justice, and if you are hungry to experiment with new technology to change the world, then this is the role for you.
Posted: 20/05/2020 | | Closing: 31/08/2020
The Communications Manager advances the mission of the Fair Labor Association with responsibility for editorial, programmatic, and digital communications. The Communications Manager will support the goal to increase recognition of the organization and its accreditation by assisting with the development of high-quality materials, managing digital platforms, and collaborating on strategies to promote research, policy, and program activities.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
Posted: 19/05/2020 | | Closing: 29/05/2020
EBS Paris is seeking an instructor for a course on business and human rights for second-year students in its Programme Grande Ecole. The candidate must be able to teach in French and English. The teaching commitment is for 5 groups of students, 14 hours per group spread over 7 weeks starting in late September-early October 2020.
Candidates should be Paris-based in case we are able to offer the course face-to-face.
The course should cover the following:
Posted: 18/05/2020 | | Closing: 16/06/2020
- Posted: 18/05/2020
The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is seeking a Project Lead to co-manage a project on accelerating worker rights promotion in the apparel sector. The successful candidate will lead worker strengthening efforts focused on both ending modern slavery and promoting decent work and living wage. This will be in collaboration with worker groups, labour and women’s organization, migrant and refugee workers, and labour rights defenders in the Global South.
Posted: 14/05/2020 | | Closing: 28/05/2020
This position is located in the Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB), Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking (OCFT). Major Duties include
Posted: 14/05/2020 | | Closing: 28/05/2020
DanChurchAid (DCA) is looking for an engaged and pro-active intern to join the Private Sector Engagement Unit from mid-August to end of December 2020. At DCA, they work to promote Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) principles and practices to ensure sustainable development in favour of people and planet and are looking to engage an intern to support key tasks in support of project developments and human rights impact assessment components within the private sector engagement unit’s projects in Africa.
Supervisory International Relations Officer at U.S. Department of Labor / Bureau of International Labor AffairsPosted: 14/05/2020 | | Closing: 27/05/2020
This position is located in the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Child Labor, Technical Assistance & Cooperation Unit, Latin America & Caribbean Division, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking (OFFT), Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB), in Washington DC, with primary responsibility for serving as Division Chief.
*PROFICIENCY IN THE SPANISH LANGUAGE, READING, AND WRITING IS REQUIRED.*
Major duties for this position include but are not limited to, the following:
Programme Manager for Natural Resources and Human Rights at Business and Human Rights Resource CentrePosted: 12/05/2020 | | Closing: 01/06/2020
The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, an international non-profit organization tracking the human rights impacts of over 9000 companies worldwide, is seeking a Programme Manager to help implement and expand its work on responsible use of natural resources and climate justice. The successful candidate will lead on several groundbreaking projects to support a just transition to a low-carbon economy by advancing human rights in the renewable energy and broader natural resources sector.
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Posted: 24/04/2020 | | Closing: 17/06/2020
The International Human Rights Program enhances the legal protection of existing and emerging international human rights obligations through advocacy, knowledge-exchange, and capacity-building initiatives that provide experiential learning opportunities for students and legal expertise to civil society.
The Director, International Human Rights Program provides clinical, educational, and administrative leadership and support to the IHRP. The incumbent is the primary contact and responsible for all matters related to the IHRP.
Posted: 22/04/2020 | | Closing: 25/05/2020
The position of Deputy Director is a critical role within the management and leadership of Front Line Defenders, reporting to and working together with the Executive Director, Andrew Anderson. The post is based in the organization’s headquarters in Dublin.
The Deputy Director is currently responsible for the line management of the following staff: