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Vacancies & Expression of Interest

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VACANCY NOTICE

 

Consultancy: Juvenile Justice: Multi-country Legislative Assessment of Children  in Contact with the Law

 

 

The concept of justice for children, as defined by the United Nations, relates to children who come into contact with the justice system as, inter alia victims, witnesses, and/or offenders alleged offenders.  Many countries take a vertical approach to implementing justice standards, addressing children in contact the law separately from children who are victims and witnesses. In contrast, the United Nations’ justice for children approach acknowledges the frequent overlap among these groups of children, the professionals and institutions with duties to protect them.

 

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HOW TO APPLY

Applications including CV and Expression of Interest should be submitted via email by 14 July 2014 to vacancyguyanasuriname@unicef.org with subject line “Juvenile Justice: Multi-country legislative assessment of children in contact with the law”

 

Addressed to:              The Representative

                                    Guyana and Suriname

                                    United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

                                    72 Brickdam

                                    Georgetown

 

 

UNICEF is an equal opportunity employer.

Applications will be considered only if accompanied by both an updated CV and P11 form, as well as the two most recent PERs/Evaluations (mandatory for UNICEF & UN candidates).

Regret letters will only be sent to shortlisted candidates.

 

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation

 

 

 

 

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