GIZ Peace and Conflict Advisor - civil society organizations Jobs in Uganda
GIZ Peace and Conflict Advisor - civil society organizations Jobs in Uganda Job description
The Civil Peace Service (CPS) of GIZ Uganda is focusing on the prevention and transformation of conflicts in Teso and Karamoja since 2014. The core of the program is the support to 13 interest groups (IG), composed of approximately 150 civil society organizations - including women's organizations, academic institutions and faith based organizations, representatives of local governments and traditional leaders as part of a wider Multi-Stakeholder-Process.
The aim is to enable respective actors to coordinate their measures and interventions and to optimize the prevention and transformation of land conflicts, leading to improved land management structures and mechanisms as well as a better protection of land rights in the region.
2019 the program has entered in a new phase strengthening the lobby and advocacy work of the 13 IGs, focusing on communication and awareness raising and broaden the geographical scope.Developing, implementing and monitoring a media and communication strategy within the CPS program Uganda (including social media) and support in the public relations work of the program
Capacity building of IGs to develop and implement a media and communication strategy
Supporting the 13 IGs in the planning and implementing of media interventions (mainly local radio)
Contributing to the networking of the 13 IGs and media representatives
Capacity building of journalists relating to conflict sensitivity, conflict transformation and land conflicts
Ensuring high-quality reporting about activities from CPS GIZ and partner organisation
Promotion of conflict-sensitive journalism on local, regional and national level
University degree in communication, media, journalism
Knowledge and experience in conflict-sensitive journalism/peace journalism
International working experience in conflict transformation and peacebuilding
Profound expertise in consultancy and advisory as well as experience in the support of multi-stakeholder networks and interest groups
Experience in the development of knowledge management structures
Good training and moderation skills, experience in the use of participatory methods
Knowledge and experience in the field of land rights in Africa, background in adult education, work experience in rural areas and Experience in radio journalism in particular community radio are a distinct advantage
Fluency in English
Driver’s license and several years of driving experience.
Frequent travels are required.
In addition you hold the German nationality or the nationality of a member state of the European Union
Frequent travels are required.
GIZ's Development Service is looking forward to applications of candidates with a professional qualification and / or university degree and at least two years of professional experience.
In addition you hold the German nationality or the nationality of a member state of the European Union.
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How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should apply online by 2nd August 2019
For more information and job application details, see; GIZ Peace and Conflict Advisor - civil society organizations Jobs in Uganda
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