Terre des hommes, in collaboration with Brave Phone (Croatia), Program for the Development of the Judicial System (Bulgaria), Defense for Children International (Belgium), International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) (Belgium), Terre des hommes Helvetia (Romania), and The Global Network for Public Interest Law – PILNET (Hungary) , are commencing a task financed by the European Union, titled (‘AWAY’) which emphasizes on the concept of diversion within the area of juvenile justice.
The task seeks to advance the utilization of diversion in order to successfully initiate a child friendly approach within the operatives of the juvenile justice system. This project is dependent on the conduct of research and the factual and observatory conclusions that emerge as a result, and will furthermore assist individuals of various professional backgrounds in their works relevant to diversion.
Based on results stemming from research, the AWAY project seeks to establish an online and offline educational module regarding child-friendly approaches within the scope of diversion.
Having this being said, professionals owing to expertise and fluent knowledge on diversion while possessing relevant experience in curriculum development and training are needed.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Full his/her capacity
- Must be present for online communication via e-mail, telephone, Skype, etc and must be present for the Regional Mentor Meeting occurring in Budapest, January 2018
- Oversee the facilitation of modules at the Regional Mentor Meeting
- Complete assignments within a timely fashion
- Must fluently communicate with external organizations and other actors in English
Are you interested in participating in a project that requires meaningful research toward an imperative legal project while performing such work at the comfort of your own home? If so, this vacancy may be for you!
Please see the word document below for more information on requirements, benefits, and how to apply.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: August 25, 2017