- Two positions are available at Physicians for Human Rights in their Program on Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones.
- Boston-based, Program Officer position: http://physiciansforhumanrights.org/about/jobs/program-officer-program-on-sexual-violence-in-conflict-zones.html
- DRC Coordinator, based in Bukavu, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: http://physiciansforhumanrights.org/about/jobs/drc-coordinator.html
- The University of Dayton School of Law is seeking candidates for the position of adjunct professor of law for its collaboration with the University of Dayton Human Rights Center. As a leader in the global human rights community, the Center searches for transformative solutions to systemic patterns of global injustice.
This adjunct position affords a unique opportunity for attorneys with an interest and expertise in promoting human rights to teach, train and oversee law students working with the Center to research and analyze the legal aspects of real-world human rights projects. For example, students may be asked to research the legal issues involved in a peace and reconciliation process or forced labor and produce memoranda outlining their findings and recommendations. The position requires intensive individual instruction and supervision of students and coordination with the Center. If the ideal candidate is not in the Dayton area, that person could work with students using distance learning technology. If interested, please contact Associate Dean Lori Shaw (email@example.com).
- Free Screening in the Global Women, War & Peace Series followed by a panel discussion at Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, 19 August 2016
Southern Cross University (Australia) is hosting a free public event in the Women, War & Peace series on Friday 19 August 2016. The free screening of ‘Peace Unveiled’ (by PBS) tells a story of three women in Afghanistan who get engaged in peace-talks to ensure that women’s rights did not get traded away in the deal. As with other films in theWomen, War & Peace series, ‘Peace Unveiled’ explores and exposes the changing and powerful roles of women in peace building, and in conflict. Come along and see and hear about the momentous courage and stories of these inspiring women.
Please see attached poster with further details, including about the Panellists taking part in the discussion following the film screening. For further details please contact Dr Natalia Szablewska on firstname.lastname@example.org .