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Human Rights Education Coordinator

Lawyers for Justice in Libya

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Posted over 30 days ago...

Join LFJL as a Capacity Building Coordinator and contribute to the advancement of human rights education in Libya

Overview

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London, United Kingdom or Remote

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In-person- London United Kingdom

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Expires at anytime

Lawyers for Justice in Libya (LFJL) is a vibrant and dedicated non-profit organization focused on promoting justice and human rights in Libya. We are at the forefront of human rights education, seeking to make it innovative and accessible. Our team is dynamic and committed to making a real impact through our various educational programs and initiatives.

Role Summary:

  • Oversee the delivery of capacity building outputs for e-learning platforms and in-person workshops.
  • Liaise with experts and oversee preparation of materials for capacity building activities.
  • Lead coordination, technical, and administrative tasks for workshops and projects.
  • Assist in developing and implementing LFJL’s capacity building strategy aligned with strategic priorities.

Role Requirements:

  • Undergraduate degree in law, education, or related field.
  • Proven experience in coordinating educational courses or capacity building activities.
  • Minimum of two years’ experience in human rights work and using online technology for trainings.
  • Excellent command of English and Arabic, both oral and written.

Application Process Details:

  • Email CV and cover letter to [email removed - click apply for more details] with the job title in the subject line.
  • Include names and contact details of two referees relevant to the role.
  • Apply early for rolling interviews; only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Do not call to follow up on your application.

We are Lawyers for Justice in Libya (LFJL), a Libyan and international independent nongovernmental organisation, committed to achieving justice and respect for human rights in Libya. We are passionate about making human rights education accessible and innovative. We are looking for an enthusiastic, positive and hardworking Capacity Building Coordinator to join our team. The role: As a Capacity Building Coordinator, you will oversee the delivery of all our capacity building outputs, for both our e-learning platform, Adala Academy, and our in-person workshops. This includes liaising with experts, overseeing the preparation of materials, and leading on the coordination, technical and administrative tasks related for workshops and other capacity building projects, such as our mentoring programme. You will also help to develop and implement LFJL’s capacity building strategy that builds LFJL’s strategic priorities. Job requirements: The ideal candidate should have an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject, such as law or education, with a proven record of coordinating and organising courses, capacity building workshop or events. At least two years’ experience in human rights work, using online technology, and an understanding of and commitment to working on human rights trainings. Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Arabic are required. Benefits: Pay will be determined subject to the experience and qualifications of the applicant. Application details: Please email a copy of your CV and a brief cover letter by clicking Apply, with the title of the vacancy in the subject line. Please also include the names and contact details of two referees who can speak to your experience in a similar role. You are encouraged to apply early as we will review applications and conduct first round interviews on a rolling basis. Due to the high number of applications, we will only get back to the applicants shortlisted for an interview. Please do not call to follow up on your application.

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