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Vacancy: VOICE Advocacy Intern29 August 2022VOICE is looking for a new intern to support its advocacy activities. The intern’s portfolio will focus on supporting the facilitation of three VOICE’s working groups: the Humanitarian Partnership Watch Group including the Task Force, the Grand Bargain 2.0 Working Group, and the Resilience-Nexus Working Group.
UNHCR Regional Consultations with NGOs in EuropeThe UNHCR Regional Bureau for Europe is organising the 2021 Regional Consultations with non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
IPCC Sixth Assessment Report – ‘Code red for humanity’On August 9th, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its Sixth Assessment Report - "Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis". Find out more about this landmark report and VOICE members' reaction to it.
Preserving humanitarian space: Action Against Hunger at the UN Security CouncilOn July 16th, Action Against Hunger was invited to deliver a speech at the United Nations Security Council meeting on the “Protection of civilians in armed conflict: Preserving humanitarian space”. This article summarizes the key messages of the joint declaration signed by 18 NGOs and delivered by Lucile Grosjean, Deputy Director of Advocacy at Action Against Hunger.
DanChurchAid : Calling for climate change action – nowIn the VOICE out loud 30, DanChurchAid explains that the risks of climate change can no longer be underestimated or neglected. In the countries where DCA works, dramatic climate change risks reversing development gains, entrenching poverty and inequalities, and halting the achievement of the SDGs.
VOICE: Advocacy Officer vacancyVOICE is looking for an Advocacy Officer. The deadline to apply is 21 August 2020.
International Rescue Committee (IRC-Germany)GermanyThe International Rescue Committee is active in emergency relief, rehabilitation, protection of human rights, post-conflict development, resettlement services and advocacy for people uprooted or affected by violent conflict and oppression.
Aiming for durable solutions and improved governance, IRC enables people to rebuild their lives by providing education, training, economic assistance, strengthens the capacity of local organisations and supports civil society.
In terms of advocacy, the IRC calls attention to critical issues affecting refugees and persons affected by conflict around the world.