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Job opening: Advocacy Coordinator

DRA e.V. is seeking to recruit an Advocacy Coordinator for the international project “Dialogue for Understanding and Justice: Strengthening civil society's contribution to conflict management, democratic and regional development and the preparation of safe reintegration in eastern Ukraine (Donbas Dialog II)”.

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Job Vacancy: Head of Office at the DRA Civil Society Centre "Drukarnia" in Sloviansk (Donetsk Region) for strengthening civil society and conflict transformation in Eastern Ukraine

DRA is looking for a Head of Office for Drukarnia – Civil Society Center Sloviansk, preferably starting on 01.06.2021. The scope of work is 40 hours per week.

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Is HIV Work Human Rights Work? Eastern European Conference 2020

We will conduct a virtual Eastern Europe conference on Monday, 14th of December 2020 on the topic “Is HIV Work Human Rights Work?” which was originally planned to be held in Berlin in March but had to be cancelled due to the Corona Pandemic. This conference is based on the discussions and outcomes of the conference "HIV in Eastern Europe - the unnoticed epidemic?!" from 2017.

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Democracy on hold?

How not holding the elections in 18 communities in Donbas impacts the decrease in trust in the authorities, demotivates potential leaders and delays the prospects for reintegration. Conclusions and recommendations of the research conducted within the framework of the international platform CivilMPlus.

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Policy paper: What should be done by politics, diplomacy and civil society in Germany/EU to support the democratic movement in Belarus?

Tomorrow the European Council (EU Council) will discuss EU positions and further response on recent developments in Belarus – on election fraud, human rights violations, repression of opposition representatives, students, women and other groups. In this regard, we would like to remind you of the Policy paper on suggestions for German politics and diplomacy elaborated by a huge number of German NGO, foundations and initiatives coordinated by DRA and its partners: Menschenrechte in Belarus, European Exchange, German Marshall Fund, LibMod, German-Belarusian Society. The paper was discussed with representatives of the German Federal Foreign Office, Chancellor's Office, Bundestag and EU at a round table on September 15, 2020 and contains expectations, most of which are also relevant for the entire EU, although some member countries such as Lithuania, Latvia, Poland have already launched programs for urgent support.

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