Researcher and Coordinator - APPG on Global LGBT Rights

Kaleidoscope Trust

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Global LGBT Rights exists to advance LGBT rights around the world.

It provides a forum for parliamentarians and organisations across the public, private and third sectors to work together to champion LGBT rights and push back against abuse and discrimination. It principally focuses on international LBGT rights but include domestic issues within its remit.

This full-time role will provide dedicated support to the APPG. You will manage administrative processes to ensure that members can collaborate effectively, co-ordinate communication with stakeholders and support the development and delivery of projects including organising events, undertaking research, developing policy, delivering oral and written briefings and the delivery of consultations, inquiries and other programmes of work.

The post holder will be employed by Kaleidoscope Trust but will be exclusively dedicated to supporting the work of the APPG on Global LGBT rights. Kaleidoscope Trust is a London-based NGO dedicated to promoting and advancing equality and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people internationally. We work with activists and organisations in 50+ countries to create positive change for LGBT people where they face discrimination, criminalisation and violence.

Please click here to find out more and apply for this role

Based in: 
London E8 3DL
United Kingdom
Job type: 
Full time
£30,000 - £35,000 per annum
Apply by: 
Monday, December 10. 2018 - 17:00


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