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Pro Bono Volunteer, Asia/Africa

(Short Term Assignment)

Brief Description:

International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) is a non-governmental, apolitical, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the basic legal rights of ordinary citizens in developing countries.  Every day, millions of people around the world are arbitrarily detained, tortured, and denied access to counsel. IBJ seeks to solve this problem within our lifetimes through the systemic provision of early access to competent legal representation for those arrested and accused of a crime. Early engagement with competent counsel ensures that individuals will be protected against investigative torture, prolonged detention, and other due process violations. In recognition of the UN SDG 16, IBJ champions access to justice as the ultimate means to stable and fair judicial processes, healthier economies, and more secure societies. To this end, IBJ seeks professionals with significant experience successfully managing, monitoring, and evaluating Rule of Law programs in countries with developing sociocultural and economic systems, as well as substantial experience practicing criminal defense law.

As the Pro Bono Volunteer,you will be responsible for IBJ’s Asia/Africa program; you will play an integral role in implementing a program designed to prevent human rights abuses and advocate for the protection of due process rights for the criminally abused resulting in greater access to justice for all. 

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Program Director, Asia/Africa

Brief Description:
International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) is a non-governmental, apolitical, non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting the basic legal rights of ordinary citizens in developing countries.  Every day, millions of people around the world are arbitrarily detained, tortured, and denied access to counsel. IBJ seeks to solve this problem within our lifetimes through the systemic provision of early access to competent legal representation for those arrested and accused of a crime. Early engagement with competent counsel ensures that individuals will be protected against investigative torture, prolonged detention, and other due process violations. In recognition of the UN SDG 16, IBJ champions access to justice as the ultimate means to stable and fair judicial processes, healthier economies, and more secure societies. To this end, IBJ seeks professionals with significant experience successfully managing, monitoring, and evaluating Rule of Law programs in countries with developing sociocultural and economic systems, as well as substantial experience practicing criminal defence law.

As the Program Director, you will be responsible for IBJ’s Asia/Africa program; you will be spearheading the design, implementation and management of the program designed to prevent human rights abuses and advocate for the protection of due process rights for the criminally abused resulting in greater access to justice for all.

Full Details Here. 

 

 

 

Legal Trainer, Asia/Africa

(3-6 Months Short Term Assignment)

Brief Description:

International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) is a non-governmental, apolitical, non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting the basic legal rights of ordinary citizens in developing countries.  Every day, millions of people around the world are arbitrarily detained, tortured, and denied access to counsel. IBJ seeks to solve this problem within our lifetimes through the systemic provision of early access to competent legal representation for those arrested and accused of a crime. Early engagement with competent counsel ensures that individuals will be protected against investigative torture, prolonged detention, and other due process violations. In recognition of the UN SDG 16, IBJ champions access to justice as the ultimate means to stable and fair judicial processes, healthier economies, and more secure societies. To this end, IBJ seeks professionals with significant experience successfully managing, monitoring, and evaluating Rule of Law programs in countries with developing sociocultural and economic systems, as well as substantial experience practicing criminal defence law.

As the Legal Trainer, you will be responsible for IBJ’s Asia/Africa, you will play an integral role in implementing IBJ’s program designed to prevent human rights abuses and advocate for the protection of due process rights for the criminally abused resulting in greater access to justice for all. 

Full Details Here. 

 

 

Program Manager, Asia/Africa

Brief Description:

International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) is a non-governmental, apolitical, non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting the basic legal rights of ordinary citizens in developing countries.  Every day, millions of people around the world are arbitrarily detained, tortured, and denied access to counsel. IBJ seeks to solve this problem within our lifetimes through the systemic provision of early access to competent legal representation for those arrested and accused of a crime. Early engagement with competent counsel ensures that individuals will be protected against investigative torture, prolonged detention, and other due process violations. In recognition of the UN SDG 16, IBJ champions access to justice as the ultimate means to stable and fair judicial processes, healthier economies, and more secure societies. To this end, IBJ seeks professionals with significant experience successfully managing, monitoring, and evaluating Rule of Law programs in countries with developing sociocultural and economic systems, as well as substantial experience practicing criminal defence law.

The Program Manager will be responsible for assisting the Program Director in the program design, implementation and management of the Defender Resource Centres in Asia/Africa and creating reports and analyses of the efficiency of IBJ’s in-country programs, with the end goal of providing access to justice for everyone—equally and without discrimination.

Full Details Here. 

 

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