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IT Project Manager

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Location: Melbourne, Australia

Organization: International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA)

This role is an exciting opportunity for an established project manager to manage all phases of an integrated data collection application, storage and visualisation project.

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Executive Director - FEMNET

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Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Organization: The African Women’s Development and Communication Network (FEMNET)

FEMNET is currently seeking an exceptional, passionate, dynamic, and gender equality Expert Executive Director to lead its committed and influential network.

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Communications Strategist

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Location: Flexible

Organization: AWID

The Communications Strategist is a full time, one year fixed role focused on working with project teams to develop, implement and assess communication strategies linked to AWID's initiatives.

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Communications Strategist

Deadline:

Location: Flexible

Organization: AWID

The Communications Strategist is a full time, one year fixed role focused on working with project teams to develop, implement and assess communication strategies linked to AWID's initiatives.

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Social Media Intern

Deadline: Until filled

Location: Flexible

Organization: Gender at Work (G@W)

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Gender at Work Book Club

The mission of the Bookclub is to unite diverse voices from within and outside the Gender at Work network and discuss books, articles, films and other media that challenge our assumptions, stretch our boundaries and ignite our passion.

Joint statement on Facebook's internal guidelines for content moderation

In late May the Guardian released the Facebook Files, leaked internal documents revealing how the company moderates content. Many of us have long called for more transparency around Facebook's content moderation so we can better understand gender-based violence that happens on the platform and provide feedback.

Source: AWID and other organizations

Joint statement on Facebook's internal guidelines for content moderation

In late May the Guardian released the Facebook Files, leaked internal documents revealing how the company moderates content. Many of us have long called for more transparency around Facebook's content moderation so we can better understand gender-based violence that happens on the platform and provide feedback.

Source: AWID and other organizations