Biography: Janet E. Lord is currently a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Law School Project on Disability, where she provides independent legal advice on international and comparative disability law and integrative development projects. She has part-time teaching assignments at the University of Maryland, Carey School of Law; American University, Washington College of Law; and National University of Ireland (Galway). Earlier in her career, she worked as legal counsel to NGOs, the United Nations and like-minded governments in the negotiation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. She also worked on the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, which focused on the rights of landmine survivors in mine-affected countries. As part of her human rights practice, she has worked with local disability organizations in more than 30 countries around the world to advance the rights of persons with disabilities. Research and field research interests include international disability law and policy, disability-friendly development, international humanitarian law, participatory human rights education, health and human rights, as well as NGO participation and participation in international law and process. Ira Lefton is Head of Legal and Policy at Amnesty International USA. He joined the organization in 2019 after serving as a volunteer lawyer for Amnesty International USA since 2005, while partnering in two law firms AmLaw 200, Reed Smith LLP and Eckert Seamans LLC.
In addition to his years of supporting Amnesty International USA on a number of governance, contract, intellectual property and other issues, he has advised many other national and regional non-profit organizations on various issues. With over forty years of experience as a commercial litigation lawyer, Lefton has developed expertise in resolving and resolving the challenges companies face in all aspects of their business operations. Lefton received his B.A. from Yale University and his J.D. from the University of North Carolina. He lives in Philadelphia. PA with her husband, interior designer. We are a global democratic movement of people working to ensure that internationally recognized human rights are respected and protected for all. We believe that all over the world, human rights violations are the concern of people all over the world. Outraged by human rights violations but inspired by hope for a better world, we work to improve people`s lives through campaigns and international solidarity.
Work with us to be part of that future. Livio joined the ICJ in September 2013. Until mid-2013, he was Acting Head of the Refugee and Migrant Rights Team at Amnesty International`s International Secretariat in London. Livio was admitted to the Bar of England and Wales in 2007 and is an honorary member of the Garden Court Chambers in London, where he worked as a lawyer specialising in asylum and immigration, criminal law and public law until 2010. Prior to joining the Bar, Livio worked at Amnesty International`s International Secretariat, where he held various positions from the mid-90s, including as a researcher until 2007. Livio has an L.L.M. in International Human Rights Law from Queen`s University Belfast, Northern Ireland. Have you seen a role that interests you? Then, please create your online profile and submit your application. Our application form usually informs you about your work experience, educational background and contains specific questions so that we can understand your suitability for the position.
Sometimes we ask for a CV, cover letter or perhaps for current research or media publications. Be sure to complete the application in its entirety, as we need all this information to consider you for the role. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland with her partner and two children. You can find more information on our FAQ and Benefits pages. We have embarked on an ambitious agenda of change to increase our impact on human rights and growth, particularly in the Global South and East, and to achieve a new global organizational structure with a much more distributed but integrated centre that works more closely with rights holders and local partners. In addition to her professional role at AIUSA, Marcy volunteers at a local refugee resettlement agency and food bank, and regularly provides pro bono fundraising advice. She currently lives in Wake Forest, North Carolina with her husband and two children. If you are invited to an interview, please note that you will receive an email notification where you can choose your preferred interview slot from the availability provided. Take a look at the different places where we are currently or soon looking for experts of all kinds For more details on our selection process, please see below. You can also find more information on our frequently asked questions and benefits pages. Apply to Amnesty International today and help build a world free of injustice and persecution.
Marcy Bourne, AIUSA`s Director of Development, brings 20 years of global nonprofit fundraising experience and a deep passion for protecting human rights to her role in overseeing the organization`s fundraising initiatives. Marcy joined AIUSA in 2019 as National Director of Major Gifts and Foundations, where she managed all aspects of large giving, planned giving, limited giving and institutional funder relationships. Under his leadership, AIUSA now raises more than $50 million a year to support Amnesty International`s vital efforts nationally and globally. Due to the number of requests we receive, we are unable to provide feedback at this time. Adotei received his master`s degree in international relations from the College of William and Mary and his bachelor`s degree from the State University of New York College at Purchase. Interview panels typically consist of the role supervisor, a colleague or colleague, and another relevant expert of the employee. In addition to assessing your suitability, the panel will provide you with more information about Amnesty International, who we are and what we do, and how this role fits into the organisation. In addition to assessing your suitability, the panel will provide you with more information about Amnesty International, who we are and what we do, and how this role fits into the organisation. After a successful interview, you will be contacted directly with the good news to discuss the conditions offered and pre-employment checks. We have predefined reward frameworks and offer all new employee salaries in the first step of our ladder to ensure parity and transparency. For more information, see Benefits. Our offer is subject to the success of recruitment requests.
You will be assessed fairly and competitively based on the skills required to successfully fulfill the role for which you applied. These correspond to the advertised job description. Our assessment process usually consists of two sets of interviews, one remote and the other personal, with basic skills tests and sometimes other language or psychometric tests can be used.