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Different job opportunities with ILGA-Europe

Deadline: Until filled

Location: Brussels

Organization: ILGA-Europe

Three different job opportunities currently open with ILGA-Europe: Communications Director, Advocacy Officer and a Summer Communications Intern.

 

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Research and Policy Officer

Deadline:

Location: London, UK

Organization: Girls Not Brides

The Research and Policy Officer will build, gather and synthesise research on child marriage, generating best practice on solutions needed to end child marriage, and support members and National Partnerships to use evidence in their work.

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Resistencia Feminista: Fighting for Reproductive Rights in Honduras & Ireland

Front Line Defenders is honoured to host Regina Fonseca, sexual and reproductive rights defender from Honduras, for speaking engagements across Ireland and Spain.

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Building community around women’s rights: feminist philanthropy in Serbia

Becoming agents of change for women’s rights in Serbian society requires creativity in building connections and solidarity. A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate, Funding for Human Rights.

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Transformative leadership for gender equality and women's rights

Registration deadline: 19 May 2017

This course, offered by the UN Women Training Centre, seeks to strengthen leaders’ and managers’ use of gender-inclusive and transformative leadership principles and practices to address institutional gender biases and promote commitments to gender equality and women’s rights.

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“You’ll be Dazzled by My Joy” : Interview with Afrofeminist Filmmaker Amandine Gay

Amandine Gay, afro-feminist actress, researcher and filmmaker takes a moment to talk about her new feature-length documentary, “Speak Up/ Make Your Way (2016)”. The film simultaneously addresses the diverse identities and similar experiences, in some cases trauma, of black women in Western and white supremacist spaces.

Source: AWID

“You’ll be Dazzled by My Joy” : Interview with Afrofeminist Filmmaker Amandine Gay

Amandine Gay, afro-feminist actress, researcher and filmmaker takes a moment to talk about her new feature-length documentary, “Speak Up/ Make Your Way (2016)”. The film simultaneously addresses the diverse identities and similar experiences, in some cases trauma, of black women in Western and white supremacist spaces.

Source: AWID

“You’ll be Dazzled by My Joy” : Interview with Afrofeminist Filmmaker Amandine Gay

Amandine Gay, afro-feminist actress, researcher and filmmaker takes a moment to talk about her new feature-length documentary, “Speak Up/ Make Your Way (2016)”. The film simultaneously addresses the diverse identities and similar experiences, in some cases trauma, of black women in Western and white supremacist spaces.

Source: AWID
Helen Joanne "Jo" Cox (EN)
Helen Joanne "Jo" Cox (EN)