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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.

Source: Open Democracy

Adviser – Corporate Engagement

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Location: London

Organization: International Alert

You will be responsible for leading on implementation of Alert’s Conflict Sensitive Business Practice with businesses, supporting and collaborating with country programmes.

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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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Projects Information Officer

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Location: London, UK

Organization: The Human Dignity Trust (HDT)

The Projects Information Officer will be responsible for managing and developing the organisation’s research, global civil society relationships, online resources and special projects and events.

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GAPS Assistant

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Location: London, UK

Organization: Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS)

The GAPS Assistant will support the coordination and development of the GAPS network. The role works closely with the GAPS Director, the Coordinator for the All Party Parliamentary Group on Women, Peace and Security (APPG WPS), and GAPS member agencies. 

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Technical Director

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Location: Central London

Organization: Social Development Direct

This is a varied role that involves providing technical leadership on gender and social inclusion to our team of in-house social development specialists. You will work at a strategic level in the organisation, contributing directly to company strategy development and implementation. 

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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)