EuroMed Feminist Initiative EFI is a policy network that provides expertise in the field of gender equality, democracy building and citizenship, and advocates for political solutions to all conflicts, and peoples´ rights to self-determination. EFI encompasses women’s rights organizations from the two shores of the Mediterranean and seeks to correct the gender power imbalances through ending discrimination and oppression of women and bringing about positive change for the whole society. EFI Headquarters are in Paris, with offices in Amman, Beirut, and Erbil.
On September 1st, 2018, EuroMed Feminist Initiative started implementing a multi-country project “Strengthening access to protection, participation, and services for women refugees, IDPs and host communities”, funded by the EU Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis – MADAD. The overall objective is to improve the livelihood, agency and legal and social protection for Syrian women refugees, IDPs and host communities in the region in Lebanon, Iraq/Kurdistan Region – Iraq (KR-I) and Jordan.
In Lebanon, EuroMed Feminist Initiative partners are Care International, Lebanese Democratic Women Gathering and Legal Action Worldwide. The objectives are to enhance security and resilience for Syrian women refugees and women from host communities through supporting and coordinating comprehensive and structured services and referral mechanisms as well as supporting gender sensitizing of policy frameworks and legislation.
In Iraq EuroMed Feminist Initiative partners are Baghdad Women Association, and Women Empowerment Organization. The objectives are to enhance security and resilience for Syrian women refugees, IDPs and women from host communities through supporting and coordinating comprehensive and structured services and referral mechanisms as well as supporting gender sensitizing of policy frameworks and legislation.
In Jordan EuroMed Feminist Initiative partners are Tamkeen and Business Development Center. The objectives are to improve in Jordan livelihood of Syrian women refugees and host communities and to contribute to eliminating practical, social, cultural and legal barriers to their employment.
EuroMed Feminist Initiative is looking for a qualified Communication and Visibility Officer based in Beirut.
The Overall Responsibility as a Communication and Visibility Officer is:
- To further develop, implement and monitor the communication and visibility strategy of MADAD project, coordinate with consortium partners and liaise with counterparts particularly with the European Union.
- To contribute to promoting EFI’s goals and vision, particularly through MADAD’s objectives.
How to apply:
Email your brief cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 23rd of July 2019. Please also indicate ‘Communication and Visibility Officer Beirut’ as your email subject.
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