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20 Juin 2021 Il y a 1 mois

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Régions concernées par cette opportunité: Tunis

The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) is a worldwide network of judges and  lawyers united in affirming international law and rule of law principles that advance  human rights. 

We are recruiting a Legal Researcher to work on the ICJ project based in our office in  Tunis, Tunisia. The ideal candidates have native fluency in Arabic and excellent oral and  written French and/or English skills. They have knowledge and experience of  international human rights and humanitarian law and a keen interest in human rights  legal research and advocacy as well as a sound understanding of the history, politics  and legal framework of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries, in particular  Libya and Tunisia. 

RESPONSIBILITIES 

Under the supervision of the Director of the MENA Programme, the Legal Researcher  will contribute to implementing the ICJ’s MENA programme of work in Libya and Tunisia; in particular: 

  • Monitor and analyse the legal and political developments in Libya relating to the rule  of law, human rights and the independence of the judiciary and the legal profession; Draft legal briefings and memoranda, amicus curiae briefs, public statements,  opinion briefs and reports, and press releases relating to the ICJ’s work in Libya and  Tunisia;  
  • Provide logistical support to the work of the MENA programme, in particular in  preparing the missions and seminars that the ICJ will carry out in Tunisia and Libya; Assist in developing and maintaining a substantive dialogue on issues related to the  work of the MENA programme in Libya and Tunisia with multiple stakeholders, in  particular representatives of civil society as well as the judicial, legal and human  rights communities; 
  • Assist in identifying, establishing and maintaining effective working relationships  with counterparts in relevant international, regional and national human rights  organisations with the aim of developing networks, alliances and coalitions; 
  • Inform and mobilize the ICJ Network in support of the work of the programme;
  • Ensure close internal coordination between the MENA programme and other ICJ  programmes; 
  • In conjunction with staff responsible for finance, assist in preparing and managing  the MENA programme’s budget for Libya and Tunisia as well as monitoring  expenditures; 

Critères d'éligibilité

  • Education & Experience:
  • A degree in law. Further academic studies in international human rights law and international humanitarian law is highly desirable;
  • A minimum of two years of legal experience, including with non-governmental or intergovernmental organizations in Libya, Tunisia or other MENA countries;
  • In-depth experience of legal and field research for advocacy purposes;
  • Native Arabic with excellent oral and written English and/or French skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a multi-cultural team;

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