Détails de l'annonce
Organisation : Agence Belge de Développement
Site web : www.juniorprogramme.be
Lieu de l'emploi : Kampala /
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Mission terrain
Date de publication : 09/09/2020
Date limite : 22/09/2020
Required training/degree (eliminatory on CV):
Required professional experience (internships included / eliminatory on CV):
- Professional experience in the field of Human Rights (6 months minimum)
Preferred assets (not eliminatory on CV):
- Motivation to learn on the job
- Excellent writing and analytical skills
- Computer skills including Intermediate Excel
- Positive attitude in multi-cultural working environment
- Human Rights monitoring methods
- English: Essential
- French: Essential
Discover the complete job description.
Less than 31 years and want to give meaning to your talent ?
The Junior Programme aims to contribute to the development of a new generation of young people who, following their experience as a Junior Expert, will commit to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). During their field experience, the focus is on developing competences, innovation, contact with the local reality and networking. The Junior Experts work at least 1 and at most 2 years in a project of Enabel or of one of the belgian Non-governmental Actors (NGA) that are affiliated to the Junior Programme.
We are looking for a Junior Expert Access to Justice for NGO Avocats sans Frontières in Uganda. Under the supervision of the Country Director and in close coordination with the Knowledge Manager (i.e the person responsible for the monitoring, evaluation and learning strategies), this Junior Expert (JE) will provide cross-cutting support in terms of legal expertise, especially with regard to International Law and Human Rights. The JE will work in close collaboration with the Coordinators of Programs (CoPs) for Burundi and Uganda (i.e. the persons responsible for the implementation strategy). In particular, the JE will support the relation between ASF and its partner organizations and external networks of legal and A2J practitioners: human rights monitors, paralegals, mediators and lawyers. With support from the experts in Brussels, the JE will centralize the implementation of the ASF organizational methods (toolbox, guidelines etc.) that are relevant to the work with local practitioners. The JE will help contextualize these methods and ensure their efficient use across all projects. The JE will also support the CD in the formulation of the country and regional strategies, in particular through provision of legal analysis.
Apply online from Tuesday September 8 until Tuesday September 22, 2020 12:00 (noon - Brussels time).
You can apply if you completely fulfil the general requirements for admission and the specific requirements of this job. The job openings page will only be activated during the publication period.