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Working in the field of human rights is a challenging but rewarding career choice. With ARTICLE 19 you will find an international community of activists, legal specialists, and subject experts working together to protect the basic freedoms of many communities throughout the world.

You can find out more about where we work and what we do, by following the links above. In addition to a sector-competitive salary, we promote a flexible culture befitting a digitally enabled, multi-cultural workforce located in over ten cities around the world. We work hard, placing emphasis on delivery and accountability, while balancing all of this with a range of policies geared to health and well-being, including generous leave allowances and remote-working arrangements.

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Project Scope 
ARTICLE 19 seeks a consultant to conduct research and draft a report on the human rights impacts of tech company operations in Myanmar. The research contributes to Engaging Tech for Internet Freedom, an international human rights project that seeks to create an evidence base to inform CSO capacity-building and advocacy activities through research on internet freedom issues in authoritarian countries; enhance the capacity of Asia-Pacific CSOs to engage with tech companies operating in authoritarian and semiauthoritarian contexts and advocate for stronger human rights practices; and strengthen international resistance to authoritarian internet regulation models through advocacy at the UN and other international fora and with tech companies.

Eligibility
The expression of interest should be no longer than three pages and address the following matters:
• Composition of research team, including CVs of all research team members;
• One example of past unedited work relevant to the current TOR;
• Proposed research methodology, including manner of collecting information, and type and number
of stakeholders engaged;
• Proposed research locations. Note that ARTICLE 19 does not expect consultants to travel to
Myanmar to conduct the research;
• Detailed timeline of research;
• Discussion of how gender and diversity will be mainstreamed into the project;
• Discussion of how ethical and security considerations will be identified and managed; and
• Contact details for at least one reference person who can speak to previous research output.

The budget should specify how project funds would be spent to achieve the research objectives. The total budget should not exceed USD 25,000. The budget should include all expenses that will be incurred by the researcher(s) including travel expenses, expenses associated with research activities such as interviews or focus group discussions, and compensation for the research team.

Deadline
Interested individuals, groups or coalitions should submit an expression of interest and budget to Caroline Stover, Head of Asia Programme, at [email protected] by 30 November 2022.

 

London, UK     Circa £43,000 p/a

JOB SUMMARY

This position is a key role for the International Finance team based in the UK, to increase the capacity during a period of growth.

The role will support all financial aspects of budgeting, reporting, compliance and financial management of grants managed by ARTICLE 19, including all finance-related work with grant-receiving partners. The role is a key part of improving our programme delivery by supporting grant budget holders.

The post-holder must be based, and have the right to work, in the UK.

​Application deadline: Sunday, 27th November 2022.

   

JOB SUMMARY

This position is a key role for the finance team to increase the capacity during a period of growth.

The role will support all financial aspects of budgeting, reporting, compliance and financial management of grants managed by ARTICLE 19, including all finance-related work with grant-receiving partners. This role will primarily support teams that are based in the United States and Canada (Team CommUNITY, Team Digital, Team Gender and Security). Long-term this role will help ensure the establishment of strong financial operations in support of these offices. The role is a key part of improving our programme delivery by supporting grant budget holders.

​Application deadline: Sunday, 5th December 2022.

   

People and Culture at ARTICLE 19 play an enabling role to enhance the working environment for people to do the work they care about the most, ensuring continuity of advice and support so managers and teams are able to deliver on their commitments.

This is a generalist role providing operational support across the employee life cycle to embed systems and good practice for people management that reflect the values of ARTICLE 19.

As a member of the People and Culture Team the post holder will provide advice, guidance and coaching support to ARTICLE 19 Managers, staff, associates and focal points across all regional teams and remotely located people.

Working collaboratively, the post holder will contribute to the continuous development of systems and practices across ARTICLE 19 with an opportunity to participate in and lead on values based initiatives in support of their development.

   

JOB SUMMARY 

Under the supervision of the ECA Programme Officer (PO), the Project Assistant will support the smooth delivery of several projects focused on freedom of expression in Turkey, and more broadly in the region. The Programme Assistant will contribute to the effective management of these projects through the provision of administrative, logistical and research support, helping to keep track of the various project commitments and deadlines as well as ensuring clear communication between ARTICLE 19 and our project partners.

The post-holder will support the planning, coordination and delivery of the project activities, including by assisting with the proofreading and editing of a wide range of advocacy outputs for a variety of audiences and, contributing to the research and drafting of such outputs. S/he will also support ongoing monitoring of developments related to freedom of expression in Turkey, to inform legal interventions, advocacy and communications in the country.

The post-holder must be based, and have the right to work, in the The Netherlands.

Deadline applications: Monday, 2nd January 2023.

Thailand or Malaysia    

JOB SUMMARY 

The Programme Manager will be a key member of ARTICLE 19’s Asia-Pacific Programme. Under the supervision of the Head of Asia Programme, the Programme Manager will assume responsibility for the day-to-day implementation of the Engaging Tech for Internet Freedom project. He or she will conduct research and advocacy, coordinate the efforts of project partners, lead ARTICLE 19’s implementation of project activities, ensure compliance with the policies of the donor and ARTICLE 19, and ensure timely and accurate reporting to the donor, among other tasks.

Candidates must demonstrate ability to work where they propose to be based. ARTICLE 19 cannot support a visa for this position.

Application deadline: Monday, 2nd January 2023

 

   

JOB SUMMARY

The UN Advocacy Team works to coordinate and provide expert input to UN processes on two fronts. Firstly, we seek to influence international human rights standards, engaging to strengthen UN resolutions relating to freedom of expression. Secondly, we work with UN mechanisms to both advance those standards and ensure States are held accountable to them. Our theory of change relies upon informing both aspects of our advocacy with ARTICLE 19’s extensive regional expertise and experience, requiring extensive coordination with ARTICLE 19 regional offices and programmes.

The post-holder is essential to and responsible for supporting the UN Advocacy team in delivering its activities, with a focus on the day-to-day administrative and logistical support, under the supervision of the Head of UN.

The post-holder must be based, and have the right to work, in the UK.

Please note that this vacancy will be filled on a rolling basis so we may close applications before the stated deadline.

Deadline applications: Friday, 6 December 2022