Programme Intern: CSOs fighting populism and promoting innovation (SoS19)

Position: Programme Intern: CSOs fighting populism and promoting innovation

Contract period/Starting date: As soon as possible, ideally before February 2019

How to apply: Your application should consist of a CV and cover letter expressing your motivation and what you would aim to learn during your internship (in English). It should include your earliest possible starting date, suggested working hours per month,

Events Manager

Position: Events Manager

Starting date: As soon as possible

How to apply: Please upload your application below, as a single PDF document with your name and job reference “Events Manager” in the document title, on or before 10 December 2018. Your application should consist of a CV and cover letter that explains why you are motivated to take up this position and how you would shape it.

The Together Project: Lessons for collective action in the face of chilling effects on civil society

26th October 2018 by Vicky Tongue

The sector Scanning the Horizon futures community this week heard from InterAction‘s Together Project, an inspiring example of collaboration by US-based civil society organisations (CSOs) to counter the ‘chilling’ effects of restrictive government regulations limiting their ability to operate. They achieved this through a combination of solidarity on principle with other NGOs, diverse but targeted and resilient advocacy in different policy and legislative spaces,

Fundraising and Communications Intern (WS 18/19)

Position: Fundraising and Communications Intern

Contract period/Starting date: January 2019

How to apply: Your application should consist of a CV and cover letter expressing your motivation, enclose relevant certificates, one reference including their contact details, and include your possible starting date. It should be submitted through our online application form (below) by 21 November 2018 at the latest.

Application deadline: 21 November 2018

 

Programme Intern: Leave No One Behind

Position: Programme Intern: Leave No One Behind

Contract period/Starting date: As soon as possible

How to apply: Your application should consist of a CV and cover letter expressing your motivation and what you would aim to learn during your internship (in English). It should be submitted through our online application form (below) by 12 October 2018

Please send your application in one PDF-document stating your name and the job reference “Internship” in the document title.

Technical Intuition: Instincts in a Digital World

14th August 2018 by Alix Dunn

This blog is republished with thanks to the authour, it first appeared on Alix’s Medium blog, which you can find here

The digital world is disorienting. It permeates every aspect of our lives, but few of us understand how it works. Worse yet, few of us know where to begin if we want to make it work for us.

Dynamic accountability for increase resilience

10th July 2018 by Isabelle Büchner

This blog first appeared on the Balkan Civil Society Development Network website

Shrinking Civic Space and the Crisis of CSO Legitimacy

Recent times have seen an alarming rise of government measures that restrict and close space for the civil society to exercise core civic freedoms, to advance citizens’ rights and to hold governments accountable. Increasingly, citizens and their organizations suffer from the suppression of their rights to free speech,

Fundraising and Communications Intern

Position: Internship – Fundraising and Communications – Job Ref FCI201806

Contract period/Starting date: as soon as possible or after the summer break

How to apply: Your application should consist of a CV and cover letter expressing your motivation, enclose relevant certificates, one reference including their contact details, and include your possible starting date. It should be submitted through our online application form (below) by 09 July 2018 at the latest.

Most civil society staff are women – most of their leaders are men

6th March 2018 by Helene Wolf

A few weeks ago I recruited a new colleague to our small Centre secretariat team. The pattern of many previous rounds was repeated: We reviewed a number of very qualified and competent young female candidates, struggled to invite equally impressive male applicants for an interview and in the end offered the position to a very dedicated, ambitious and talented woman who wants to develop a long-term career in the civil society sector.