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Latest Jobs Vacancies in Nigeria at Amnesty International

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      • Researcher at Amnesty International

      • JOB PURPOSE:To develop and implement overarching research and programmes to deliver impact in relation to agreed priorities. By providing research expertise, research management, political judgment an
        • 03 June, 2019
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      • Programmes Director - Nigeria at Amnesty International

      • JOB SUMMARY To provide strategic leadership and vision for Amnesty Nigeria's research, campaigns, advocacy and media activities centered on human rights work in Nigeria. To develop an integrated stra
        • 22 April, 2018
      • ESCR Researcher - Nigeria at Amnesty International

      • JOB SUMMARY To develop and implement of research and campaigning strategies to deliver impact in relation to agreed priorities and on Economic, Social & Cultural Rights (ESCR) by providing resear
        • 22 April, 2018
      • ESCR Intern at Amnesty International

      • JOB SUMMARY: To support specifically ongoing work on Economic, Social & Cultural Rights (ESCR) and contribute to developing new areas of engagement and campaigns on ESCR. Generally, to assist in
        • 03 April, 2018
      • Research Intern at Amnesty International

      • JOB SUMMARY: To assist in monitoring human rights developments; supporting campaigns and growth activities; and carrying out research in various areas of focus including but not limited to arbitrary
        • 03 April, 2018
      • Executive Assistant at Amnesty International

      •  JOB SUMMARY:To provide high-level administrative support and coordination support to the Director - including management of the Director’s diary – as well as to the Management Team.
        • 12 March, 2018
      • Programmes Director at Amnesty International

      •  About the roleThe Programmes Director will provide strategic leadership and vision for Amnesty’s Nigeria research, campaigns, advocacy and media activities centred on human rights work in
        • 13 November, 2017
      • Conflict Researcher at Amnesty International

      • AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL ENTITY: Nigeria National Office JOB PURPOSE: As Amnesty International’s expert on conflict and human rights crises in Nigeria, including situations of armed conflict, mass
        • 13 July, 2016
      • Country Director at Amnesty International

      • Job Purpose The Amnesty International Nigeria Director is responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing strategies, operational plans and budgets for the work of Amnesty International N
        • 07 June, 2016
      • Deputy Director at Amnesty International

      • Job Purpose Supports the Director in the establishment and management of the office and strategic allocation of resources Contributes to the implementation of the operational plans for the Nigeria
        • 10 May, 2016
      • Press Officer at Amnesty International

      • Position Purpose Amnesty International Nigeria is looking for a media professional / journalist to develop media strategies and plans to help achieve its campaign objectives. The role would involv
        • 10 May, 2016
      • Regional Growth Coordinator at Amnesty International

      • Grade: 5 Job Purpose To develop, support, coordinate and/or directly manage the implementation of a range of projects for growth within the region in accordance with agreed standards which contri
        • 22 January, 2016

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Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people who take injustice personally. We are campaigning for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all. We are funded by members and people like you. We are independent of any political ideology, economic interest or religion. No government is beyond scrutiny. No situation is beyond hope. Few would have predicted when we started that torturers would become international outlaws. That most countries would abolish the death penalty. And seemingly untouchable dictators would be made to answer for their crimes. In 1961, British lawyer Peter Benenson was outraged when two Portuguese students were jailed just for raising a toast to freedom. He wrote an article in The Observer newspaper and launched a campaign that provoked an incredible response. Reprinted in newspapers across the world, his call to action sparked the idea that people everywhere can unite in solidarity for justice and freedom. This inspiring moment didn’t just give birth to an extraordinary movement, it was the start of extraordinary social change.
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