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Emergencies Intern: Plan International Ireland is seeking an Intern in the Emergencies unit to support its programme design, research, monitoring and reporting, as well as increasing the scale and scope of the emergencies work. Find out more. Closing date: 22 May.
Public Engagement Volunteer: The Public Engagement Volunteer will be supporting the Donor Relations Officer to co-ordinate communications between children and their sponsors. The volunteer will have the opportunity to conduct research, support event co-ordination and to provide assistance to the team across various areas including Marketing, Fundraising and Digital Media. Find out more. Closing date: 30 May, 5pm.
Vita is a smart, innovative Irish Development Agency fighting hunger and climate change in Africa. The Board of Vita, together with our management and staff, are working to drive new collaborations, including innovative funding and partnerships and to become a leading agency in next generation development. We are now seeking to add to our Non-Executive Director Board members with skills at senior level in the areas of Fundraising and Marketing. Board gender balance will be a consideration in this process. The appointees would need to be available to participate in board and committee activities of Vita, to lend hands-on support to our Dublin based team, and to commit to visiting our programmes in Ethiopia and Eritrea. A minimum time commitment of approximately 60 hours per year would be expected. If you feel you have the skills, time and commitment to help fight hunger and climate change, please find out more here, or contact our Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Applications to be sent to email@example.com. Closing date: 18 May.
Desirable qualifications and professional experience: Graduates with a background in refugee law, human rights law and public international law, international relations, development studies and/or other social science disciplines are encouraged to apply. Commencement date: 5 June 2018 (flexible). Food and Transportation Allowance: An amount not exceeding the equivalent of US$1,000 per month may be paid. Find out more. Closing date: 20 May, 12am (midnight).
VMM are seeking an active, self-motivated International Programme Assistant (volunteer intern) to support our Dublin office as part of our International Programme team. This is a great opportunity to develop your skills for a career in International Development or before undertaking an overseas role. Find out more. Closing date: 28 May.
We are keen to work with graduates who enjoy research and writing, to assist with the updating of policy papers across a range of justice issues. Volunteers will be working out of the MIA Centre in Lower Baggot St, Dublin 2. The time frame is part-time during the summer months, with the possibility of continuing beyond this. A small daily stipend is provided to cover travel expenses. If you enjoy being part of a team working to eliminate injustice, by addressing root causes and seeking to influence decision makers, i.e. speaking ‘truth to power’, then please apply! Find out more about our work for justice. Further details related to volunteering with the Global Action programme may be obtained from: firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date: 28 May.
The News Editor manages STAND’s online magazine, focusing on global justice issues for a third-level student audience. The ideal candidate will be experienced, highly organised, passionate about global justice and have newsroom experience. The role will commence in late June and will end in December 2018 with a commitment of 16 hours per week. Find out more. Closing date: 1 June, 12pm.
VMM International's short term volunteer programme offers an extensive range of volunteer opportunites in Uganda, Kenya and Malawi from four weeks to six months. We have placements available in IT, human rights and advocacy, research, teachers and teaching assistants, healthcare, environmental and agriculture, gender based projects, community projects and more. The programmes run all year round and VMM match your skills and expertise to the needs of the host organisation so your participation is of real value to the community. Our programmes are open to students, graduates, professionals, retirees and everyone who wants to help those who need it the most. For further information, please contact Fiona at email@example.com.
Early Childhood Teacher - Dominican Republic
HR & Training Specialist - Rwanda
TEFL & Sports Teacher Trainer - Cambodia
Special Needs Education (SEN) Teacher Trainer - South Africa
Project Administrator - Kenya
Oxfam is going to be at some of the biggest festivals across Ireland this summer, highlighting our work with refugees and people caught up in humanitarian crises while inspiring festival-goers to join our movement for change. Right now, we are recruiting volunteers to be part of our campaigning team at these festivals. Volunteering with Oxfam is fun and rewarding, you’ll be part of a fantastic team and know you are doing your bit to change the world. Plus, you will get to attend some of the biggest festivals of the year for free – you’ll have time off at each event to enjoy the music and atmosphere. Find out more and apply.
We are currently recruiting community development specialists for our new Irish Aid funded inclusive education programme in Uganda. The programme aims to address the barriers that prevent girls from finishing school and improve girls' access to education.
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