The International Board is seeking two new members for the Conflict Management Assistance Group (CMAG).
If you have skills and experience in conflict management and resolution and substantial knowledge of section/structure governance management, we want to hear from you!
The Conflict Management Assistance Group works to supplement other conflict management resources within the Amnesty International movement by providing impartial listening, information resource sharing and options for the handling of disputes to Amnesty International leaders facing imminent or actual conflict.
Applicants should have sufficient time to dedicate to the work of the group, including attending bi-monthly virtual meetings. Expressions of interest and additional documents requested in the documents below must be submitted by 9 June 2017 to email@example.com.