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Sabtu, 13 September 2008
LOWONGAN RELAWAN PBI
Volunteering, Indonesia Closing Date: Tuesday, 30 September 2008
Tags: Age Discrimination; Bahasa Indonesia; Civil Society; English Language; Health Insurance; Human Resources; Human Rights; Indonesian Language; Social Justice Peace Brigades International (PBI) The PBI Indonesia Project www.pbi-indonesia.org (IP) provides protective accompaniment services and peace education workshops to local groups in Indonesia upon request. PBI began working in Indonesia in 1999 when conflicts led to invitations for a PBI presence by local groups and the National Human Rights Commission. PBI protects the work of local civil society organisations so that they can look for solutions to conflicts in their country. We do not intend to substitute for local groups, but rather to give space and support for their work. Participatory Peace Education encourages people to make new responses to conflict situations in their daily lives. Trainings use the local context and explore local models for conflict transformation. Location: Indonesia (Jakarta and Papua) Closing date: 30 Sep 2008 Job Description
Volunteering for PBI Indonesia?
The PBI Indonesia Project http://www.pbi-indonesia.org (IP) provides protective accompaniment services and peace education workshops to local groups in Indonesia upon request. PBI began working in Indonesia in 1999 when conflicts led to invitations for a PBI presence by local groups and the National Human Rights Commission. PBI protects the work of local civil society organisations so that they can look for solutions to conflicts in their country. We do not intend to substitute for local groups, but rather to give space and support for their work. Participatory Peace Education encourages people to make new responses to conflict situations in their daily lives. Trainings use the local context and explore local models for conflict transformation. Location: Indonesia (Jakarta or Papua) Starting date: to be arranged after acceptance as a Volunteer, according to availability and project?s need.
What we Offer The PBI Indonesia Project offers an opportunity to work for 18 months in one of the IP project teams working on "making space for peace". IP volunteers have an opportunity to work in close contact with local NGO's and communities, as well as to develop skills in networking with all levels of governmental bodies. We also offer: - Flight to Indonesia from your home country, and flight home at the end of your contract - Accommodation in a PBI field team house, food and all living expenses covered - Monthly stipend of approximately USD$150.00 - 4 weeks/annum paid vacation, with vacation stipend of$75/week. - Comprehensive health insurance including reimbursement for medications - Repatriation allowance of USD$2100 following completion of an 18 month contract - Subsidised Indonesian language training: volunteers pay $1500 tuition and may take as many lessons as needed to achieve the required level. This usually takes about 4 months of full time study (individual arrangements can be made for Volunteers who already have Indonesian language skills and need substantially less training). - A 12 day intensive training session prior to joining a project. (Training costs are heavily subsidised, but trainees are asked to pay a training fee (sliding scale based on income) and the travel expenses). - Interesting and enriching field experience with an international NGO PBI policy relating to anti-age discrimination for field volunteers Age is not a barrier to working on projects. However, the need for mature and experienced volunteers is critical because the organization needs to interact with high level authorities and volunteers need to be able to assess responsibly risk and security questions in areas of crisis or conflict. Therefore volunteers are often over the age of 25.
We are looking for people with - Strong commitment to Human Rights and Social Justice - Ability to live and work in a team, living in modest conditions - Flexibility, positive attitude and commitment to nonviolence - Experience in consensus decision-making - Experience in work related to human rights, peace, and conflict transformation work and/or other related NGO work - Positive attitude to stress and fear management. - Experience in political and Human Rights work, preferably outside of home country - Demonstration of emotional, mental, and psychological stability (stress and fear management) - Proficiency in English (project language) and proficiency in Indonesian (team language). Applications will be considered for people willing to learn Bahasa Indonesia before team service - Willingness to attend an intensive training/interview process which does not guarantee acceptance on the team. English language ability must be sufficient to take part in the training. Next training: Date: 1 -12 November 2009 Location: near Lisbon, Portugal Following training: Most probably July 2009 in Indonesia
In order to attend a training, applicants must complete an application, provide letters of reference, and take part in a telephone interview (forms can be downloaded at http://www.pbi-indonesia.org).Please note that participation in the training, which is an integral part of our volunteer selection process, does not guarantee an invitation to join the field team.
For more information about our work, organisations and the teams please visit our web-page http://www.pbi-indonesia.org.
Deadline for applications for the November-training: 30 September 2008 sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. For any question, please feel free to contact Human Resources PBI Indonesia at the same address. Vacancies Contact Anita Linares HRC PBI Indonesia email@example.com Reference Code: RW_7J7CCX-2 Source: Reliefweb
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