American Druze Foundation Fellowship, Center for Contemporary Arab Studies job in Washington, D.C.

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American Druze Foundation Fellowship, Center for Contemporary Arab Studies job in Washington, D.C.
The Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) is pleased to partner with the American Druze Foundation (ADF) to offer the ADF Fellowship in Druze and Arab Studies at CCAS. The purpose of the ADF Fellowship is to promote research...

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Better Aid in Somalia Facility Director

Better Aid in Somalia Facility Director Saferworld is an independent non-governmental organisation that works to prevent and reduce violent conflict and promote cooperative approaches to security. We are preparing a proposal to establish and manage a new, innovative ‘Better Aid in Somalia’ conflict sensitivity facility, to be based out of Mogadishu and are now looking for a candidate to lead this exciting programme. This will be a unique and ground breaking opportunity to innovate in the design, testing and implementation of approaches to conflict sensitivity in Somalia. You will work with a wide range of humanitarian, development and peacebuilding agencies to support the uptake of more contextually informed and aware programming. The facility will provide a space for different agencies to share learning about the challenges of working in the country, and how to overcome them; and provide accompaniment and advisory support to agencies in country. The person we are looking for will have the following key areas of expertise: · Experienced manager with significant, proven expertise in managing and overseeing multi-sectoral programmes for development, humanitarian and/or peacebuilding/conflict prevention organisations in · Proficient understanding of discourses on conflict sensitivity, conflict prevention, gender and inclusion, rule of law and nation-building; and of the international policy environment in which these issues are addressed. · Deep knowledge and experience of navigating the international aid system, including understanding of current humanitarian reform processes and the SDG frameworks · Exceptional communication skills, verbal and written, especially in a multi-cultural and multi-linguistic context and targeting a variety of audiences, including donor agencies, government, and international and national civil society.

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