●Cape Town: The Human Rights Education Centre is Calling for Volnteers

28Nov10

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Xenophobia Monitors / Architects & Builders / Environmental practitioners / Communication Officer / Web Content manager / Editor / Bookkeeper / Fundraiser / Coordinators

Human Rights Education Centre, constituted as a group of women that have supported each other through personal, community and institutional journeys. Currently the HREC coordinates activities and mobilises resources with a focus on 4 related thematic areas: namely Gender based violence, social integration, socio-economic rights (human dignity) and community healing.

The Human Rights Education Centre is currently recruiting volunteers for the following positions:

Human Rights Education Coordinators (2) Ref: V37

Fundraiser (resource mobilisation) Ref: V38

Bookkeeper Ref:V39

Web content manager Ref: V40

Editor Ref: V41

Communication Officer Ref: V42

Environmental practitioners Ref: V43

Architects and builders Ref: V44

Xenophobia Monitors

Who can apply:
This is an opportunity for undergraduate, graduates and interested persons to gain practical experience and recognition for future career or interest.

In return you will be trained on participatory action, reflection,
gender based violence and social integration. Visit our website for
more information about the Human Rights Education Centre
http://www.humanrightseducationcentre.org.za

Come and join us, have fun – as we build this organization together.
If you are interested, please contact:

Sarah Motha, indicating the reference number of the position you are applying for by email to:
community@live.co.za

or call

Cell: 084 765 5930 [inside South Africa]

+0027 84 765 5930 [outside South Africa]

We hope to hear from you soon!


Sarah Tobhi Motha (Coordinator)
Human Rights Education Centre, 19 Van Niekerk St, Oakdale. 7530
T: 0027 (0)21 948 6836
C: 0027 (0)84 765 5930
Fax: 0027 (0)86 546 6647
Website:
http://www.humanrightseducationcentre.org.za

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“From a healed, peaceful heart, humility is born; from humility, a willingness to listen to others is born and from mutual understanding, a peaceful society will be born. Non-violence is the highest form of
humility; it is supreme courage”

Daisaku Ikeda

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