Tuesday, April 27, 2010

On the Job! Human Rights in China

(On the Job! pays occasional notice to interesting intlaw job notices)

HRIC is a nongovernmental organization founded by Chinese students and scholars in March 1989, months before the Tiananmen demonstrations (about which IntLawGrrls have posted here). From offices in New York, Hong Kong, and Belgium, HRIC's "board and staff include Chinese, North American, and European individuals devoted to fostering greater space for democratic reforms and social justice," and to advancing the "mission to promote international human rights and advance the institutional protection of these rights in the People’s Republic of China."
The NGO is recruiting for the following positions, most of which require language skills in both Mandarin and English:
► Program Directors in New York and Hong Kong, and, in New York,
► Marketing and Operations Associate,
► Communications Officer, and
► Information Communications Technology/Web Developer.
Details here.

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