Call for the selection of seven policy analysts among Global Campus Alumni
The Global Campus of Human Rights is launching a call to select in its seven regions policy analysts responsible for implementing the fifth edition of the Global Campus Policy Observatory project.
This year Policy Observatory will revolve around Business and Human Rights.
The selected persons will be in charge of producing the Regional programme’s policy briefs and to identify the target audience (NGOs, Governments and other stakeholders) to which address an advocacy message. They will work in close cooperation with the Policy Observatory Coordinator.
They will be hired under the terms and conditions of a service agreement with Global Campus.
Please notice that this is not to be considered a full-time job offer, but a part time consultancy remunerated with an honorarium of 800 Euros that will involve a limited number of working hours to be tentatively distributed from October-December 2021 and January-May 2022.
Proven experience in policy advisory;
Proven experience in advocacy work;
Be an Alumna/us of one of the Regional Programmes;
Proven experience in policy paper writing in one of the following topics: Human rights education at university level, Business and Human Rights, Human Rights Defenders at risk, Climate change, Forced and child labour, Human trafficking, Impact of business on children’s rights at large.
Candidates holding these qualifications are strongly encouraged to express their interest by submitting an application to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com by 15 October 2021 comprised of updated CV with list of publications, prioritising the policy papers authored the policy brief abstract attached to this email.
The expressions of interest will be reviewed by a Selection Committee composed of the Policy Observatory Coordinator and Global Activities Department in the second half of October 2021.
The Observatory is a ‘virtual hub’ which will comprehend a team of seven researchers from the network of universities and alumni of the regional programmes, who will produce, publish and publicly present seven different policy analyses in form of policy briefs with the aim of providing policy expert advisory in human rights issues.