Organization : Amnesty International Thailand
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Date : 1 Oct 2014
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Amnesty International Thailand (AI Th)
Job Title: Policy Advocacy Coordinator (Full-time)
Reports to: Director
Overall purpose of job:
To be responsible for the management of the Policy Advocacy programme of Amnesty International Thailand, including the planning, organization, implementation, and evaluation of the Policy Advocacy programme as approved by the Director. The Policy Advocacy Coordinator reports to the Director and works closely with the researchers and IGO coordinator at AI International Team, other staff and partners.
Monitor and document human rights developments and case studies and produce advocacy materials, reports and briefings
Monitor state laws, regulations and policies related to AI Human Rights themes.
Engage in advocacy meetings with politicians, government officials, diplomats and related international / national organizations
Engage and follow up with UN human rights mechanisms and ASEAN Human Rights related mechanisms
Engage in consultation meetings and work in partnership with lawyers, activists, civil society groups and experts.
Monitor and evaluate the impact of policy and advocacy activities.
Work in close collaboration and communication with other departments; explaining policies of AI and partner organizations / coalitions in which AI Th works, for the benefit of AI Th members, activisits, board members, other staff
Gather information and provide regular updates for the Asia Pacific Team on the Thai human rights situation.
Instigating discussion, formulating the AI Th policy position for the ICM
Work as assigned by the supervisor
At least two-year professional work experience with similar responsibilities
Proven coordinating and project management skills
Proven well Interpersonal skill
Proven well communication skill
Good command of English and Thai (spoken and written)
Ability to work well on multiple tasks under pressure
Ability to travel or sometimes work irregular hours or on weekends
Commitment to Amnesty International’s mission and principles
Experience and knowledge of human rights and social justice and/or education
Work experience in managing human rights training projects
Other terms and conditions
The “Conditions of Employment” of Amnesty International Thailand applies to the position, including:
Holiday: Minimum 13 public holidays announce by AI Thailand
Vacation days: Full-time staff receive 12 days per annum
Sick days: Maximum 30 days
Office hours: 9.30 – 17.30
Insurance: Life insurance, health insurance, and accident insurance
Pension: 5% pension plan
Work-On-Own-Country (WOOC) Policy:
The staff must not investigate or collect information about actual or possible cases of human rights violations in their own country in order to maintain impartiality.
Applications must be submitted before 13 October 2014
and will not be returned
Please send your Cover letter and Resume to email@example.com
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.
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