|Datum||14 jun 2018|
|Vervaldatum||30 jun 2018|
|Aantal uren||8 -10 hours a month|
Amnesty International the Netherlands (AINL) has around ten active, creative and dynamic student groups. Amnesty students take part in actions, organise debates, movie nights and practice human rights education. Each academic year, however, most board members (and part of the member base) are replaced by new ones as students tend to travel around. Of course, this process keeps student groups fresh and new, but at the same time this dynamic creates a challenge to preserve continuity and to not lose any required knowledge and useful experience. The National Student Group Coordinators help student groups face this challenge by helping to smoothen the transition between old and new board, act as a travel guide for the complex organisation that is Amnesty International and facilitate sharing of lessons learned, experiences and information between student groups and the Secretariat of AINL.
Last but not least, as a National Student Group Coordinator, you get picked first for the Morocco Summer Camp programme that takes place in the first week of September 2018 (exact dates still to be confirmed). This week-long youth activism camp will take place in Morocco; travel and stay will be covered by Amnesty. As two of our three Student Group Coordinators are moving on to continue their studies elsewhere, we are looking for two students to fill their shoes. Are you a great communicator and organiser with student group experience and knowledge on the workings of the AINL Secretariat and are eager to help student groups with their important work, then please apply for this position!
Functie-eisen en profiel
We are looking for enthusiastic student group members to apply for this position who
Informeren en solliciteren
Are you interested in applying for the job and are you committed for at least one year, please contact Juke Fluitsma, Officer of Human Rights Education AINL email@example.com, 020-7733566. You can send your cv and letter of application before 1 July 2018 by using the response form on the website of Amnesty.