Amnesty Kenya was founded in 2002 and operates with specific goals and objectives for improving lives and upholding human rights for the citizens of Kenya and the surrounding areas. These initiatives include, but are not limited to: Right to Adequate Housing and Safety in Impoverished Neighborhoods Sexual and Gender Based Violence Education on Improving Relations Between Law Enforcement and Residents Growth and Human Rights Education Active Involvement of Youth for a Better Tomorrow Amnesty Kenya operates independently of any government, political ideology or religion and we are funded mainly by our membership and public donations. It is our hope that people-from every walk of life-enjoy all the rights outlined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards. Our efforts have affected positive change, but there is still work to be done.
- Support the design, scheduling, implementation, and documentation of digital rights program activities and correspondence (training, workshops, events, meetings and convenings).
- Contribute to the development and delivery of creative and high-impact digital rights campaigns.
- Input into planning and reporting on project activities and strategies to strengthen the impact of digital rights programs.
- Monitor and report on overall programme delivery and progress (activities, objectives, expenditure, and risk) through regular communication and scheduling programme review meetings.
- Prepare and facilitate preparations of project budgets, determining and utilising financial and other resource needs to ensure effective financial management within the program.
- Requisition and account for financial, other resources and services needed for implementation of digital rights program activities.
- Provide event organisation/conference management and travel schedule, including coordinating logistics for program staff on missions.
- Collaborating actively with global campaigns and research teams on digital rights-related projects.
- Supervise interns and volunteers as may be delegated by the line manager.
EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
- Commitment to Amnesty values and objectives.
- A first degree in human rights, social sciences, management, or another appropriate discipline.
- At least two years of human rights-related program/administration experience.
- Experience in administering and coordinating a program team.
- Confident communications with good analytical, presentation and digital skills.
- Knowledge of digital rights, data governance and data protection.
- Sensitivity and ability to work with people from various cultural and social backgrounds.
- Ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and diplomatically.
- Demonstrated project management and administration skills.
- Attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
- Strong organizational, planning, and administrative skills
- Experience working in an NGO human rights context.
- Experience in participating in campaigns through the complete campaign lifecycle (issue identification, strategy development, campaign delivery, monitoring, campaign exit and impact assessment)
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