Courses include Microsoft Office for Nonprofits, Digital Storytelling, Branding, Social Media Marketing, Adobe Illustrator, etc. From beginner to more advanced levels. “Expert-led tech training designed for nonprofits.”
The Political Leadership and Governance Programme emanates from FES Kenya’s renowned Political Leadership Development Programme (PLDP). Like its predecessor, the PLGP seeks to nurture and promote value-driven leadership for democratic governance in a democratic society. The focus is on young future leaders between 18-35 of age drawn from civil society organizations, trade unions and political parties. The training provides young leaders with skills, networks and expertise relevant for political leadership at different levels. The PLGP encourages young Kenyans to take on the shared democratic responsibility that will be needed to build the socially just and democratic Kenya that they and those they will represent in future want.
Africa Is a Country (AIAC) is proud to announce the launch of our inaugural Africa Is a Country Fellowship Program, with the support of the Shuttleworth Foundation and the Open Society Foundation.
The purpose of the AIAC Fellowship is to support the production of original work and new knowledge on Africa-related topics that are under-recognized and under-covered in traditional media, new media, and other public forums. It particularly seeks to amplify voices and perspectives from the left that address the major political, social, and economic issues affecting Africans in ways that are original, accessible, and engaging to a variety of audiences.
Fellows will be writers and/or other cultural/intellectual producers who can contribute meaningfully to transforming and expanding knowledge about Africa and the diaspora. Each fellow will receive a grant of up to US$3,000 to create original work on a topic of their choice for AIAC over a 9-month period. While we expect that most fellows will produce essays and/or reporting and analysis, we are also open to work in other formats, such as photo essays, documentary videos, and more. Fiction, poetry, and fine and performing arts are not eligible for support from this program.
Topics may include (but are not limited to): work and worker rights; the climate crisis; women/gender issues; immigration/border politics; reactionary politics (neoliberal authoritarianism, xenophobia, Afro-capitalism); political alternatives to neoliberalism and state-led pan-Africanism, and social movements as well as African and diaspora history and culture. We are also open to considering important topics not mentioned here. Surprise us!
Deadline Friday, 24/01/2020 (24 January)
What does the Environmental Justice (EJ) Fellowship offer?
The EJ Legal Fellowship offers an exciting opportunity to young, up and coming Kenyan legal professionals who are passionate about supporting communities in securing rights to their lands, resources and knowledge. The legal fellows will be introduced to a broad spectrum of issues within environmental and human rights law and provided hands on experience and training in research, legal empowerment, data collection and analysis, public interest litigation, analysis on laws and regulations, and advocacy. Over the duration of the Legal Fellowship, the fellows will have the opportunity to spend time and work directly with communities, community-based organizations and community paralegals. At the completion of the Legal Fellowship, each fellow will submit a research report on a topic of interest within the environmental justice area.
The Legal Fellowship will provide the successful applicants a stronger understanding of/in:
- The principles of environmental and human rights law and citizenry participation in environmental decision-making
- The realities of communities facing environmental injustices
- Community-centred legal empowerment methodologies
- The environmental decision-making processes of key institutions and bodies, such as the National Environmental Management Authority, Water Resources Authority, Kenya Wildlife Service, Kenya Forest Service and county governments
- Analysing and evaluating environmental and human rights laws, regulations and policies
- Analysing and commenting on environmental impact assessments (EIA), environmental audits and strategic impact assessments (SEA)
- Environmental justice litigation
- Evidenced based environmental justice advocacy and research
- The civil society organizations and individuals in Kenya working towards environmental justice
One of the Legal Fellows will be based in Isiolo and two others in Nairobi. The Legal Fellowship will be for a period of up to 10 months full time. A modest salary will be offered. The successful applicants will be required to begin immediately. Candidates from Isiolo County are encouraged to apply for the Legal Fellowship in Isiolo.
Today, we’re excited to officially open applications for the Acumen and IKEA Social Entrepreneurship East Africa Accelerator.
The closed cohort 19-week accelerator supports social entrepreneurs in East Africa in developing scalable business models that strengthen their enterprise’s capacity to scale and improve the lives of the poor and vulnerable.
- Learn to scale their social enterprise business model
- Receive individualized support from IKEA coaches and Acumen facilitators
- Get to be part of a dynamic peer community of social enterprise leaders
- Get to take part in a final summit to network with investors and supporters
- Have an opportunity to be one of two teams who will be selected for $25,000 in seed funding
You are qualified to apply if you:
- Run a social enterprise (nonprofit or for-profit) based in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, or Ethiopia
- Have demonstrated market traction and are post-revenue
- Have a team equivalent to 3 full time staff
- Focus on promoting livelihoods, equality and inclusion
Applications close January 14th and will be considered in the order they are submitted.
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT – Deadline 6 December
Kituo Cha Sheria (KITUO) is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) whose mission is to empower the poor and marginalized people to effectively access justice and realize their human and people’s rights through advocacy, networking, lobbying, legal aid and education, legal representation and research. KITUO seeks to recruit, in the Advocacy, Governance and Community Partnerships (AGCP) programme; a dynamic, self driven and result oriented person.
Reporting to the Coordinator Advocacy, Governance and Community Partnerships (AGCP) programme, he/she will carry out the following:
Key Duties and Responsibilities
- Conduct community sensitisation campaigns.
- Conduct research that enables KITUO to build evidence base that informs community-based mediation and non-violent communication strategies.
- Legal awareness and education to allow less-heeded groups exercise their civic rights and improve their livelihood.
- Responsible for advising and sensitising communities on building capacities to use mediation to resolve conflicts.
- Helping vulnerable communities to develop capacity to self advocate and lobby for legal protection.
- Programme work and report writing.
- Conduct regular fundraising for program sustainability.
- Transformation of violent conflicts in the context of social inequality through methods of civil conflict management.
- Empowering communities in taking initiative in a conflict-sensitive and target group-oriented manner.
- Conduct trainings that enable stakeholders handle conflicts that relate to social inequality without the use of violence, thus promoting social cohesion at community level.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences such as Anthropology, Economics, Education, Law, Political Science, Public Administration and Sociology or equivalent qualifications with relevant training in human rights.
- Excellent written and verbal skills in English and Kiswahili are mandatory.
- Good working knowledge of modern information, communication and technology systems.
- Knowledge in advocacy and Fundraising experience is an added advantage
Skills: Must be proactive team player with strong communication, interpersonal and influential skills; able to demonstrate success and impact.
How to Apply: Interested candidates who meet the requirements should send their applications indicating the job reference number above. Applications should include: Cover Letter, Detailed CV, three referees one of which must be current or most recent employer, Copies of testimonials, email and day telephone contact, and an indication of present and expected remuneration.
Address the application to: THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, KITUO CHA SHERIA-LEGAL ADVICE CENTRE, P.O. Box 7483-00300, Ronald Ngala, Nairobi
The application must reach us on or before 6th December 2019.
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AT THE GATE: 1000 BOB The gist is simple, YOU wear the Shorts, WE screen the award-winning short films and WE ALL have shots! (alcoholic and non-alcoholic available). On NOVEMBER 1ST, we bring you a very special, very spooky Halloween edition of Shorts, Shorts & Shorts with a frightful line up of local scary short films and a bar with eerily themed drinks to go with all the night’s surprises and scares.
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