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Researcher - Southern Africa (1387)

Closing Date:14 February 2016 Location:Johannesburg Salary:$68,699

Amnesty International

2016-01-20, Issue 760

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The Southern Africa Regional Office is part of the Amnesty International Secretariat, which operates from a number of sites around the world, gathers and communicates accurate and action-oriented human rights information regionally and globally.

Vacancy: Director/Deputy Director - Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS)

2016-01-27, Issue 760

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CASAS is an Africa-wide Research Centre based in Cape Town which co-ordinates and develops research on pre-eminently the languages of Africa. CASAS seeks applicants for the following positions: - DIRECTOR/DEPUTY DIRECTOR The Director/Deputy Director should be a person with strong scientific and administrative skills, with a doctorate degree in linguistics or related field, with a focus on African languages. Good computer skills are a requirement for this position. The person should have some experience in African languages orthographical research. He/she should be able to communicate in English. For purposes of its Africa-wide work, communication skills in French or Portuguese would be an added advantage. Applications, including CVs and the names and addresses of three referees, should be addressed to: The Chairperson, Board of CASAS Trustees, P.O. Box 359, Rondebosch, 7700, Cape Town, South Africa OR e-mailed to [email protected] Applications should be received no later than 29 February 2016.


Closing Date:28 February 2016 Location:New York Type:Permanent Salary:$54,820


Amnesty International

2016-02-10, Issue 760

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The purpose of AI’s work with the UN and other intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) is to ensure that AI’s positions, concerns and recommendations are effectively communicated to IGO actors and are reflected in their actions and decisions.


Closing Date:28 February 2016 Location:Geneva Type:Permanent Salary:CHF114,514


Amnesty International

2016-02-10, Issue 760

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The purpose of AI’s work with the UN and other intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) is to ensure that AI’s positions, concerns and recommendations are effectively communicated to IGO actors and are reflected in their actions and decisions.

Research, Campaigns and Communications Assistant, Nairobi

Closing date: 3rd January 2016 Fixed Term Contract – until 30th June 2016 $28,287 per annum pro rata


Amnesty International

2015-12-21, Issue 755

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The mobile revolution. Geopolitical power shifts. A radically altered global economy. The world is changing, and so is the way that people fight for their rights. Our Nairobi Regional Office works to ensure respect for human rights, and for equal and just societies throughout a vast and diverse geographical area. You’ll provide the support they need to succeed.


Part-time Master's degree in International Human Rights Law

Oxford University

2015-11-01, Issue 752

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Admissions are now open for the part-time Master's degree in International Human Rights Law starting September 2016. Various scholarships are available and successful applicants will be considered for any for which they are eligible. Admissions close at noon on 22 January 2016. Please visit for further information.

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