Work with us

Work with us

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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London     £30,000

The Law and Policy Team supports ARTICLE 19’s Law and Policy Team to effectively implement law and policy, and international advocacy related activities in line with the Expression Agenda, ARTICLE 19’s global strategy.

Under the overall supervision of the Senior Director of Law and Policy, supporting all members of the Law and Policy Team, and working closely with the finance and project teams, the Assistant is responsible for facilitating the smooth functioning of the Law and Policy Team by providing administrative and logistical support and supporting substantive research in all related projects. S/he plays a particularly important role in financial and project administration of Law and Policy projects, including supporting the development of financial reports in line with donor requirements, and ensuring that all relevant documentation and files are maintained, organised and disseminated as required.

Additionally, the Assistant will support to advocacy undertaken by the Law and Policy staff and coordination of cross-organisational and external actions in collaboration with the Communications & Campaigns team, management of events and meetings.

 

Lilongwe     MWK. 18,000,000

The PROTECT Malawi Programme Officer is a new role based in Lilongwe and will form part of ARTICLE 19’s Kenya and East Africa Regional Office team. The role will oversee ARTICLE 19’s PROTECT work in Malawi and will ensure the implementation of PROTECT objectives are in line with donor requirements. The programme focuses on the promotion of an expansive civic space with particular focus on the protection of human rights defenders (HRDs) and journalists, and of civil society organisations working with marginalised groups, in particular those working on gender equality.

The Programme Officer will have collaborative relationship with ARTICLE 19’s Eastern Africa country programs, PROTECT Consortium Partners (both in Malawi and across the PROTECT Programme) and Malawi-based civil society organisations, networks of social movements and State and non-State actors.

London     Circa £43,000

Protecting Rights, Openness and Transparency-Enhancing Civic Transformation (PROTECT) is a multi-faceted international aid project funded by the UK Governments’ Department for International Development (DfID). Protecting Rights, Openness and Transparency-Enhancing Civic Transformation (PROTECT) is a multi-faceted international aid project funded by the UK Governments’ Department for International Development (DfID).

PROTECT seeks to foster open societies based on expanded and protected civic space. The work is delivered by a consortium of specialist NGOs and expert organisations, led by ARTICLE 19 with partners Internews, the International Centre for Not-for-profit Law (ICNL) and the Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation (Hivos).

The role of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Coordinator is to establish and implement systems to promote adaptive programming evidence-based decision making, programme and project performance and learning, in collaboration with MEL leads in the consortium.

The MEL Coordinator will contribute to quality programming through supporting access to, and use of, relevant and timely information on programme performance, relevance and effectiveness.

Within this context, the MEL Coordinator will provide technical support to ARTICLE 19’s implementation teams as well as to consortium staff, and lead in capacity-building through the implementation of effective, cost efficient and meaningful MEL systems.

Application deadline: 26th April 2020

London     Circa £43,000

Protecting Rights, Openness and Transparency-Enhancing Civic Transformation (PROTECT) is a multi-faceted international aid project funded by the UK Governments’ Department for International Development (DfID). Protecting Rights, Openness and Transparency-Enhancing Civic Transformation (PROTECT) is a multi-faceted international aid project funded by the UK Governments’ Department for International Development (DfID).

PROTECT seeks to foster open societies based on expanded and protected civic space. The work is delivered by a consortium of specialist NGOs and expert organisations, led by ARTICLE 19 with partners Internews, the International Centre for Not-for-profit Law (ICNL) and the Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation (Hivos).

The Senior PROTECT Consortium Programme Officer will organise and coordinate the programme to ensure synchronised programme implementation between the partners in the achievement of project objectives. S/he will be responsible for ensuring project visibility at the local, regional and international levels in coordination with the ARTICLE 19 Head of Civic Space, consortium partners and other key stakeholders.

The postholder will provide inclusive leadership by listening to both consortium partners and ARTICLE 19 staff and must have experience in managing a geographically dispersed team and consortium, with different direct and indirect reporting levels.

Application deadline: 26th April 2020