We are looking for a committed and confident Projects Coordinator (Youth). Deadline 13:00, Monday 19th June 2017.
The right candidate will lead on our international, national and local youth projects and manage our interns, volunteers and associate. There are opportunities for travel abroad to represent the organisation at meetings and conferences. The post is offered part-time with the possibility of becoming full time dependent on funding. We accept applications only from applicants with the right to work in the UK.
The new free IARS online training course, Empowering professionals to work with Refugee and Asylum Seeking women, understanding their experiences of fleeing violence and respecting their rights under the EU Victims Directive, is aimed at empowering professionals to better understand the unique experiences of asylum seeking women most at risk of victimisation. With a particular focus on th
Following the success of the EpsiLon Project International Conference on 'LGBTI refugees and migrants: the situation in Greece and Europe’ held in Athens last week, we are now back on track and working towards developing the second project output. The partnership is now developing a curriculum for a face-to-face training to equip professional and volunteers to better understand the realities of LGBTI refugees.