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    Watchlist Intern, Monitoring and Reporting

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    Description

    The Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict is an NGO network that monitors and reports on violations against the security and rights of children and adolescents in specific situations of armed conflict. Watchlist uses this information to urge action by the UN Security Council, other UN agencies and appropriate governments. Watchlist also provides capacity strengthening support to local NGO partners in areas of conflict to build sustainable, grass roots monitoring, reporting and advocacy networks related to violations against children in armed conflicts (CAC). The Watchlist is housed at the offices of the Women’s Refugee Commission, a member of Watchlist’s Steering Committee and the International Rescue Committee. The intern will support Watchlist in its reporting and advocacy activities on children in Afghanistan, Burma/Myanmar and other areas of conflict as relevant.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Research, analyze and compile data related to the situation of children affected by armed conflict in Colombia, with a focus on recruitment and use of child soldiers, abduction, rape and sexual violence, attacks against schools and hospitals, and the denial of humanitarian access.
    • Assist with communication with local and international NGO partners and UN agencies in Colombia
    • Assist with setting up meetings and organizing logistics around the launch of the Watchlist report on Colombia, including the preparation of media and distribution lists.
    • Contribute to the development of an advocacy strategy.
    • Translate verbal and written communication Spanish-English and English-Spanish.
    • Assist with filing and other administrative tasks when necessary.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Graduate student in international relations, politics, international development or relevant field.
    • Strong research, writing, analytical and communication skills.
    • Strong interest in issues related to children in armed conflict, human rights and humanitarian concerns.
    • Experience with international human rights and humanitarian mechanisms and policies.
    • Excellent written and spoken English and Spanish required
    • Experience working on Colombia highly desirable
    • Ability to work both in a team as well as independently.
    • Excellent knowledge of MS Word/ Excel
    To apply for this position, please visit the IRC website.