WGH is launching a platform to collect Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment (SEAH) work-related stories from women in global health to create visibility of the problem, build a movement for accountability, and shape global advocacy work.
We are seeking a dedicated and motivated person to work as a Research Assistant to screen, compile and analyze the stories, and generate evidence. Candidates must have a keen interest in gender and health to conduct qualitative data analysis and draft reports.
The role presents a unique opportunity to help shape the future success of WGH’s work on PRSEAH, help catalyze the global movement, and achieve safe and decent work for women health workers.
To apply, please upload your CV and cover letter in PDF format using the application form.
The priority deadline to apply for this position is 20 July 2022. However, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
juillet 14, 2022
juillet 20, 2022
Women in Global Health (WGH)
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