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Asunto:[CeHuNews] 12/06 - ISA Job Watch: 1 post ( Deadline March 31, 2006 )
Fecha:Viernes, 10 de Marzo, 2006  22:44:53 (+0000)
Autor:Alexander von Humboldt <cehumboldt>

F/T Position Available: Women's Rights Researcher on the Americas
Women's Rights Division
(New York Office or Washington, D.C. Office)

Deadline for applications: March 31, 2006
Since its founding in 1978, Human Rights Watch has become the largest U.S.-based
international human rights monitoring and advocacy organization, known for its
investigations, its incisive and timely reporting, its innovative and
advocacy campaigns, and its success in changing the human rights-related
policies of the
U.S., the E.U., and other influential governments and international

The Women's Rights Division (WRD) of Human Rights Watch was established in 1990
monitor state-sponsored or state-tolerated violence and sex discrimination
against women
in all regions of the world. Much of its work consists of gathering detailed
on abuses against women and publishing reports that are as reliable,
comprehensive and
timely as possible, so as to effect change in repressive practices and improve
for women's rights throughout the world.  The work of the WRD seeks to expand
the scope
of human rights work to address abuses against women that traditionally have
overlooked or misunderstood, as well as achieve greater accountability for
violations of
women's human rights.

Description:  The Researcher will work within the Women's Rights Division of
Human Rights
Watch to improve awareness and accountability for human rights violations
against women
in Latin America and the Caribbean by, among other things, conducting
missions; writing and publicizing reports, briefing papers, letters, press
op-eds, and submissions to international bodies based on the findings;
developing and
implementing local, regional, and international strategies to change abusive
policies, and practices; presenting human rights concerns to government
inter-governmental agencies, and the press; and working closely with colleagues
in the
region to ensure that the work of HRW complements and enhances their own work. 
Researcher's responsibilities will also include monitoring legislative and/or
developments related to women's rights in the Americas and liaising with human
rights and
women's organizations in the countries she or he will
 cover and in the U.S.  S/he will be based preferably in our New York office,
although a
base in Washington, D.C., may be considered.  

Qualifications:  The ideal candidate will have at least three to five years of
related post-graduate experience working on women's human rights in Latin
America and the
Caribbean, both at a national and a regional level.  Experience living in the
region is
required.  An advanced (graduate) degree in international relations, journalism,
law, or
social sciences is required.  S/he must have strong field research and
skills; the ability to produce excellent written material under tight deadlines;
excellent oral and written communication skills; experience in international
human rights
law; strong advocacy abilities, including experience with face-to-face advocacy
high-level policymakers; and fluency in Spanish and English (and preferably also
Portuguese).  She or he should also be able to work under pressure and juggle
tasks, be collegial and team-oriented yet able to work independently, and be
able to
travel overseas for three or more weeks at a
 time, several times a year.  

Salary and Benefits:  Human Rights Watch seeks exceptional candidates and offers
competitive compensation and generous employer-paid benefits.  HRW will pay
relocation expenses and will assist employees in obtaining necessary U.S. work
authorization; non-US citizens are encouraged to apply.

PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY (no calls or email inquiries, please) by emailing in a
document a letter of interest describing your experience, resume, names or
letters of
reference, and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than March
31, 2006
to wrd@...  Pleae &que "WRD Americas Researcher Application" as the subject of your
email.  Only complete applications will be reviewed.  It is preferred that all
be submitted via email.  If emailing is not possible, send materials (please do
not split
a submission between email and regular post) to: 

Human Rights Watch 
Attn:  Search Committee (WRD Americas Researcher)
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10018

Human Rights Watch is an equal opportunity employer which does not discriminate
in its
hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible workforce,
actively seeks
a diverse applicant pool.


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