Understanding and supporting the work of community-based organisations


Understanding and supporting the work of community-based organisations

End FGM European Network

Brussels, Belgium

La date limite de candidature est passée.

Description de l’activité

End FGM EU is looking for 1 volunteer to join the Programme Department of the Network to highlight and promote the work of community members in ending FGM and supporting survivors. Mapping communities against FGM: • Desk review of the current data on grassroots communities’ work in Europe. • Promoting the work of community-based organisations against FGM based in Europe. • Developing online content promoting the work of community-based organisations. Programmes activities against FGM and GBV: • Support the implementation of the Network’s programmes. • Support in drafting reports and other documents. • Assist with the Youth Ambassadors and Ambassadors programmes. Meetings and events: • Contribute to the planning of Network events, meetings and training. • Support the organisation of the Annual General Assembly and the annual European Conference.

Modalités d'hébergement, de restauration et de transport

• A monthly allowance (food, housing) • Travel costs to Brussels (a lump sum depending on the distance to Brussels) • Monthly pocket money • Local transportation in Brussels

Formation pendant l’activité

• On-arrival training with other Solidarity Corps volunteers, and lots of learning and development opportunities with our members • Internal FGM training done by the End FGM EU

Profil du participant

• Young volunteer between 18 and 30 living in Europe and coming from an FGM-affected community • Good English language skills, both oral and written, French is an asset • Knowledge of or interest in gender equality and gender-based violence issues • Willingness to engage in productive and challenging work • Ability to focus well under deadlines • Understanding of debates on female genital mutilation (FGM), violence against women and gender issues

Dates de l’activité

Un total de 52 semaine(s) entre 01/10/2022 et 30/11/2023


Lieu de l’activité

Rue d'Edimbourg 26, 1050 Brussels Belgium


Nous recherchons des participants venus de

Autriche, Allemagne, Bulgarie, Chypre, Danemark, Estonie, Finlande, France, Espagne, Hongrie, Italie, Luxembourg, Malte, Pays-Bas, Pologne, Portugal, Slovénie, Slovaquie, Suède, Grèce, République tchèque, Croatie, Lettonie, Lituanie, Roumanie, Norvège


Thèmes de l’activité

Enjeux sociaux

Citoyenneté et participation démocratique

Éducation et formation


Date limite de dépôt des candidatures

Délai de dépôt de candidature: 05/09/2022