Posts Tagged ‘cultural diversity’

Profile of human rights defender Tuisina Ymania Brown, a Fa’afafine from Samoa

June 2, 2016

Samoa does not figure often in this blog. So, courtesy of the International Service for Human Rights (Monitor 2 May 2016), here is the profile of Tuisina Ymania Brown of the Samoa Fa’afafine Association which represents and promotes the rights of indigenous lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people in Samoa.  Read the rest of this entry »

Jobs and volunteer posts at Front Line Defenders

March 20, 2014

Dublin-based Front Line Defenders seeks to recruit staff and volunteers in an open and transparent manner and to increase cultural diversity within the Front Line Defenders staff. Therefore, all positions are advertised via its website. Due to the volume of requests, it is not possible to keep general applications or CVs on file but it will respond to all applications by email. Two posts are open at the moment:

  • Digital Security Consultant Southeast Asia region
  • Digital Security Consultant MENA region

Front Line is also looking for:

  • Regional internship: Middle East & North Africa, Arabic-speaking
  • Regional internship: Europe, Central Asia & Asia, Russian-speaking
  • Admin & Publications Internship
  • Regional Internship: Africa & Americas Internship, Portuguese speaking
  • Frank Jennings Internship 2014/2015  (in Dublin and Geneva)
  • Front Line Defenders Internship for postgraduate students of Peking University China (in Dublin)

via https://www.frontlinedefenders.org/about/recruitment