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The primary responsibility of the two Deputy Program Directors is to supervise, monitor and support the work of the country offices assigned to them. This includes ensuring that: the programmatic strategies and plans of each office are clearly defined and contribute to ICTJ’s institutional strategy and priorities; work plans are effectively implemented; and there is strong coordination with thematic expert (Truth and Memory, Criminal Justice, Reparative Justice, Gender Justice, Children and Youth) and administrative units at ICTJ Headquarters.View Details
Provide technical expertise and policy advice on the investigation and prosecution of serious crimes in a range of countries. Under the direction of the program coordinator, help guide ICTJ’s approach to and development of criminal justice work.View Details
Provide technical assistance to civil society groups and policymakers to ensure that transitional justice measures seek to reveal patterns of abuse and build momentum for reform. The main functions are to devise strategies and guide and coordinate in-country work.View Details
The senior associate and head of office, based in Kinshasa, will manage all aspects of ICTJ’s DRC program and provide the leadership that ensures the achievement of our organizational goals in the DRC.View Details
The senior associate and head of office, based in Tunis, will manage all aspects of ICTJ’s Tunisia program and provide the leadership that ensures the achievement of our organizational goals in Tunisia.View Details
The Research Unit at the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) is currently accepting applications for Research Interns for Summer 2013 (late May–August).View Details
ICTJ is seeking a summer intern to work at its New York office on an HR project.View Details