Tottenham Hale, Greater London
£31,100 per annum (pro rata 21 hours per week; equivalent to £18,660)
Contract, Part-time
Job description

We are seeking a Senior Child Rights Coordinator to help devise and deliver innovative strategies, develop our relationships with key stakeholders and make a significant contribution to reducing childhood statelessness in the UK.

We are looking for a policy and advocacy specialist with a proven track record in the area of child rights in the UK. Creative and innovative, the successful candidate will be a skilled communicator and pride themselves on producing high quality policy analysis, which they will use to influence change within civil society and among decision-makers. They will have solid experience of working collaboratively and building alliances which they can use to help us inspire others to join in the fight against childhood statelessness.

This is a 18-month part-time (21 hours) post based in London.

The European Network on Statelessness (ENS) is a civil society alliance of over 150 non-governmental organisations, academics and individual experts in 41 countries, committed to addressing statelessness in Europe. Everyone has the right to a nationality. We believe this must be respected and those who lack nationality - stateless people - are entitled to full protection. We are dedicated to working with stateless people in Europe to advocate for respect of their human rights. We aim to reach our goals through law and policy development, awareness-raising, and capacity-building.

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European Network on Statelessness

The European Network on Statelessness (ENS) is a civil society alliance of over 150 non-governmental organisations, academics and individual ex... Read more

Refreshed on: 25 February 2020
Closed date: 02 March 2020
Tags: Policy/Research, Advocacy

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