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  1. #1
    i/e regjistruar Maska e forever
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    Lajmrime t ndryshme pr studentt Shqiptar:

    hi there,

    me bien ne dore (ne email) shume lajmerime per mbledhje e ngjarje interesante per studente e profesioiste te rinj..do ti hedh ketu te gjitha...se nuk kam ku ti fus..pervec trashit te emailit tim

    shpresoj ti hyjne dikujt ne pune....
    Balkan Youth Partnership Programme Funding for Exchange Visits of
    Youth NGO Members in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia,
    Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia
    Balkan Youth Partnership Programme

    What is the Balkan Youth Partnership Programme?
    The Balkan Youth Partnership Programme is an exchange programme
    run by the Balkan Children and Youth Foundation (BCYF). The
    Programme provides opportunities for representatives from child-
    and youth-serving NGOs in different Balkan countries to visit one
    another in order to share information and technical expertise.

    Areas of learning
    The key programmatic areas for information exchange and learning
    covered by the Partnership Programme are: employment, technology,
    non-formal education, health, civic education and democracy
    building. The areas of community service, culture and the
    environment are also eligible. In addition, technical areas such
    as fundraising, sustainability, grantmaking, monitoring and
    evaluation, and project planning are eligible areas for exchange.

    Eligibility
    The Partnership Programme is open to applicants from child- and
    youth-serving NGOs in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria,
    Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia.

    Applicants should be aged 18 or over. They should possess a
    certain level of experience in programme development and be in a
    position to influence programming in their own organisation based
    on what they learn during the exchange. The applicant
    organisation should send no more than two participants.

    Available funding
    The Partnership Programme will provide successful applicants with
    funding for the following up to a maximum of USD1500:

    Accommodation
    Meals
    Travel between the countries
    Travel within the countries
    Purchase of relevant publications
    This funding is available for maximum two persons per
    organization. In addition, the Programme will fund the
    administrative costs of the host organisation up to a maximum of
    USD300, according to the length of the visit and the level of
    organisation required.

    Visit Guidelines
    Prior to applying, applicants should contact the organisation
    with which they wish to work and ensure that there is mutual
    interest in the exchange. In addition, they should agree on the
    purpose of the exchange, identify objectives, determine an
    appropriate length of time and jointly develop a visit schedule.
    Exchanges need not be reciprocal.

    Visits should last for up to 7 days, excluding travel time.

    Assessment of Applications
    Applications will be assessed according to the following criteria:

    Clearly articulated outcomes showing how the exchange will
    strengthen the programmatic and/or technical capacity of the
    applicant organisation.
    Possibility that the exchange outcomes will positively influence
    the children and youth sector as a whole in the applicant's
    country.
    A well thought out, appropriate visit schedule.
    A clearly presented, reasonable budget.
    Appropriateness of the background and position of the individual
    applicants.
    Non-eligible projects
    The Partnership Program is not covering the costs for the
    following purposes:

    participation at conferences, trainings, camps, etc.
    organize workshop or training event

    How to Apply
    Carefully read the guidelines and complete the application form,
    attaching all requested documents. Applications must be written
    in English and sent via e-mail by one of the following dates: 20
    April, 30 June, or 30 September, 2003.

    Download Application Form (Word format - return this completed
    form as an email attachment)


    Please send completed applications and refer any questions to:

    Lorita Constantinescu
    E-mail: lorita@balkanyouth.org
    Tel: + 389 2 122 704/5

    www.balkanyouth.org

    Location: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo,
    Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia
    Deadline: September 30, 2003
    Website: http://www.balkanyouth.org/programs.html
    Liebe! liebe, lass mich los!

  2. #2
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    ah ..po jane anglisht te gjitha... e para pertoj me i perkthy (skam kohe) e dyta..shumica e tyre kerkojne zoterimin e gjuhes angleze gjithsesi...

    OSI Society Institute CFA International Policy Fellowships
    Dear Colleagues,
    Please find attached the International Policy Fellowships 2004
    Call for Proposals ( Full version of the call, its printable
    version, and the online application portal are situated at
    Http://www.osi.hu/ipf/apply.html). Would you kindly assist us in
    ensuring that all potential applicants receive the announcement
    regarding this unique funding and policy training opportunity.

    The Open Society Institute (OSI) is a private operating and grant
    making foundation established by philanthropist George Soros as
    part of his efforts to foster the development of open societies
    around the world. Broadly speaking, an open society is
    characterized by a reliance on the rule of law, the existence of
    a democratically elected government, a diverse and vigorous civil
    society, and respect for minorities and minority opinions. The
    Open Society Institute is part of the Soros foundations network a
    group of autonomous foundations and other organizations operating
    in more than 31 countries worldwide.

    The International Policy Fellowships (IPF) program was launched
    in April 1998 as a program of the Open Society Institute-Budapest
    to identify and nurture the next generation of open society
    leaders in the countries of the former Soviet Union, Central and
    Eastern Europe, Central Asia, South East Asia and Mongolia. IPF
    joined forces with the Center for Policy Studies when it was
    established in late 1999 and began offering training to Policy
    Fellows to develop their capacity to write professional policy
    documents, identify appropriate policy instruments, and
    effectively advocate policies-skills that remain underdeveloped
    in countries where the Soros foundations work.

    Please contact me should you have any question about this policy
    research grant and training scheme.

    Many thanks for your cooperation,

    ************************************************** ****************
    *****
    Mladen Momcilovic
    Manager, Recruitment and Training
    International Policy Fellowships
    ***
    Center for Policy Studies
    Affiliated with Central European University and Open Society
    ***

    Email: fellows@osi.hu
    Email: mmladen@gmx.net
    Http://www.osi.hu/ipf
    Http://www.policy.hu
    Liebe! liebe, lass mich los!

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    Po une qe me zi flas shqipen si tia bej.

    Apo mos marr pjese fare te kjo tem.
    " not yet "

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    S'te del deti ty peshk???? looool na merr edhe ca te tjera me ate rast..
    . Graduate Scholarships in Reproductive and Sexual Health Law
    from AWID list
    Graduate Scholarships in Reproductive and Sexual Health Law /
    University of Toronto / Toronto, Canada / Closing date: February
    01,
    2004.

    DESCRIPTION:

    The Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto is pleased to
    announce the creation of a Graduate Scholarship in Reproductive
    Health Law, to be awarded to students pursuing the degree of
    Master
    of Laws (LL.M.) or, in exceptional cases, Doctor of Juridical
    Science
    (S.J.D.) within the Faculty's Graduate Programme. The
    Scholarship is
    designed to permit a law graduate from Africa, the Middle East,
    Latin
    America, the Caribbean, Central or Eastern Europe, or Asia, who
    has a
    demonstrated record in the protection of reproductive and sexual
    rights to undertake advanced research and study in this emerging
    field of law. Applications from Brazil, India, Mexico, Nigeria,
    Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Peru, or the countries in Central and
    Eastern Europe are particularly encouraged.

    The Graduate Programme at the Faculty of Law is designed to permit
    students of outstanding merit to undertake advanced research and
    study in law. It is a competitive programme admitting
    approximately
    50 students each year from all regions of the world.

    The Graduate Fellowship in Reproductive Health Law is designed to
    enable a law graduate to explore the legal and ethical issues in
    reproductive and sexual health, such as the multiple causes of
    maternal mortality; barriers to availability of and access to
    reproductive health services; the prevention and treatment of
    sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS; and abusive sexual
    relationships. Beyond the required graduate seminar in Alternative
    Approaches to Legal Scholarship and the foundation course in
    Reproductive and Sexual Health Law, course work is designed on an
    individual basis.

    Students are encouraged to select other courses relevant to their
    plan of study, such as courses addressing medical law and ethics,
    national and international protection of human rights including
    women's rights, family law issues including violence against
    women,
    feminism and the law, law and development and law and society
    issues.
    Given the Faculty's support of interdisciplinary approaches to
    legal
    scholarship, students holding this Fellowship may also register
    for
    courses in other departments of the university and in Women's
    Studies
    and Bioethics through the Collaborative Degree Programmes.

    In addition to formal courses, students are encouraged to
    participate
    in workshops held at the Faculty of Law, the Joint Centre for
    Bioethics and the Centre for Research on Women's Health. Students
    are
    also encouraged to undertake an internship related to their
    research
    for approximately 10 weeks with a relevant organization, arranged
    through the Faculty's International Human Rights Programme.

    ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS:

    Applicants to the LL.M. degree programme must hold a Bachelor of
    Laws
    (LL.B. or JD) degree from a recognized university, or possess
    equivalent qualifications in law, and must normally have achieved
    a
    B+ or comparable standing.

    The full-time LL.M. programme is designed as a 12-month programme.
    The thesis intensive LL.M. involves a minimum eight credit hours
    of
    coursework and the writing of a major thesis of approximately 100
    to
    120 pages under the supervision of a faculty member. The
    coursework
    intensive LL.M. involves a minimum of twenty-four credit hours of
    coursework and the writing of a shorter thesis of approximately
    50 to
    60 pages, in the context of one course.

    An applicant for the S.J.D. programme must either hold an LL.M.
    from
    a recognized university or possess equivalent qualifications (e.g.
    significant publication record), and must normally have achieved
    a B+
    or comparable standing. The S.J.D. programme has a residency
    requirement of one academic year; however, the completion of the
    thesis work usually takes a further two years beyond this
    requirement
    and students are required to remain in residence as long as they
    are
    in receipt of scholarship funds.

    Admission to both programs is competitive and not all candidates
    holding the minimum qualifications can be admitted.

    English Fluency - Written and Oral

    It is essential that applicants to either programme have a
    sufficient
    command of the written and spoken English language. Applicants
    whose
    primary language is not English and who have not completed at
    least
    one year of coursework at a post-secondary institution where the
    language of instruction is English must have completed one of the
    following tests at the time an application is submitted: Test of
    English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), International English
    Language
    Testing System (IELTS) or the Michigan English Language Assessment
    Battery (MELAB). Details of these tests and minimum score
    requirements can be found in the application package.

    VALUE (subject to funding availability):

    Fellowships provide a living stipend of up to CDN$15,000. In
    addition, this scholarship will also cover academic tuition and
    student fees. The scholarship may also include a stipend to
    support
    a ten week internship.

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

    After completion of the graduate programme, Scholarships holders
    must
    return to their home country and reside there for a minimum of
    two
    years. The purpose of the two-year home residency requirement is
    to
    ensure that the Scholarship holders fulfill the objective of the
    Fellowship programme, the international protection and promotion
    of
    reproductive and sexual rights in the targeted countries.

    TO APPLY:

    Deadline for application: February 01 of each year.

    For Inquiries and Application Forms, please contact:
    Graduate Admissions Office
    Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
    78 Queen's Park
    Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 2C5
    Phone: (416) 978-0213 / Fax: (416) 978-2648
    E-mail: law.graduate@utoronto.ca
    Website: http://www.law.utoronto.ca



    Location: Canada
    Deadline: February 1, 2004
    Website: http://www.law.utoronto.ca

    --------------------------------
    2. Subject: CfP: Central and Eastern European Countries inside and
    outside the EU, Vilnius, 13-15.5.2004
    Subject: CfP: Central and Eastern European Countries inside and
    outside the EU, Vilnius, 13-15.5.2004

    CALL FOR PAPERS
    12th NISPAcee Annual Conference, 2004

    "Central and Eastern European Countries inside and outside the
    European Union: Avoiding a new divide"

    Vilnius, Lithuania, May 13 - 15, 2004

    The Main Conference Theme

    As we meet in May 2004, an historical change will have taken
    place in
    Europe. Several former communist countries of Central and Eastern
    Europe will have joined the European Union, an unprecedented
    voluntary association of democratic states with market economies,
    and
    its emerging Constitutional identity. The entire structure of
    political, economic, and social relations in Europe will change.
    What
    will be the impact of this change to public policy and
    administration
    in countries both inside and outside the EU borders? What will
    the
    challenges be of this new membership to public policy and
    administration of the new member states? What actions will need
    to be
    taken to avoid the new divide between them and the other
    countries of
    the region, and to harmonize the way in which public interests
    are
    followed throughout the entire continent?

    Papers are invited on the main themes of the conference:

    A. Problems facing the new Member States

    Administrations of the new member states (NMS) have focused more
    on
    gaining accession rather than preparing a solid base for
    membership.
    They have concentrated more on "becoming" rather than "being"
    during
    the preparatory period. Thus, there is a real danger that there
    will
    be de facto two European Administrative Spaces.

    Specific themes will include:

    The Convention and its implications for the future of
    European administration.
    The competences of central public administrations vis--vis
    enlargement.
    Building NMS capacities to enforce the acquis communautaire.
    The roles and competences of the representatives of NMS in
    European institutions.
    The capacities of regional public administrations to
    participate in EU programs and the risks of mismanagement of EU
    funds.
    The hopes and fears of the population associated with
    enlargement.
    The Lisbon strategy and its implementation, the social and
    economic consequences of membership and what new institutions and
    approaches will be required to cope with them.
    The potential for a coordinated effort of the NMS to face the
    challenges of membership.

    B. Problems facing the States outside the enlarged European Union

    Outside the enlarged European Union, there will remain a large
    number
    of states, each at different stages of development, with
    different
    relationships both with the EU and with each other. What
    potential
    will there be for further enlargement? What are the
    developmental
    risks and opportunities for them, their public policies and
    administrations in the new situation throughout the continent?

    Specific themes will include:

    How to accelerate institution building and administrative
    learning and adaptation (e.g. learning from the administrative
    transformation strategies applied recently in the NMS).
    Strengthening specific administrative capacities to
    collaborate with the EU.
    The efficiency of such programs as Accession Partnerships and
    the activities covered by the Stabilization and Association
    Processes

    C. Common problems

    All CEE countries face a set of common challenges in public
    policy
    and administration. NISPAcee is a natural setting for mutual
    inspiration and learning how to cope with them. Not only can we
    learn from positive experiences but also from one another's
    mistakes.

    Specific themes will include:

    The role of NMS in bridging EU states and CEE countries:
    o Information exchange and sharing of experiences.
    o Common administration capacity building.
    Paralysis of policy-making, particularly of its strategic
    dimension.
    How to fight against corruption and conflicts of interests.
    Facilitating administrative learning and adaptation through
    transfer of knowledge and experience from the old to the NMS, and
    from the NMS to other CEE countries:
    o Networking of training and educational institutions;
    o Improvement of public service exchange programmes;
    o New roles and responsibilities for NISPAcee member
    institutions in training and research.


    Working Groups

    Several NISPAcee working groups will meet during the conference.
    More
    information on these working groups (which will be included in
    the
    conference programme) and the requirements for participation,
    will be
    available on the NISPAcee website from July 2003.

    The following permanent working groups will hold their meetings
    during the conference:

    - Working group on Politico-Administrative Relations
    - Working group on Public Sector Quality
    - Working group on Democratic Governance of Multiethnic
    Communities
    - Working group on Public Sector Finance and Accounting

    Newly established working group:

    - Working group on Strategic Leadership in Central Government

    Other working groups which are under consideration:

    - Working group on e-government
    - Working group on capacity building of civil servants training
    system according to EU requirements

    Other Conference activities

    Several panel sessions are planned to be included in the
    conference
    programme:

    - European Accreditation of Public Administration Programmes,
    - Forum for Young Professionals,
    - Forum for the Heads of the Training Centres and Institutes of
    Public Administration.

    Others - on presentation of different projects and relevant
    activities - could be included during the finalization of the
    programme.

    In addition an annual NISPAcee Business Meeting will be held
    during
    the conference and all NISPAcee members are cordially invited to
    participate.


    Applications with papers

    Applications, with papers, may be submitted on the main
    conference
    themes as well as for the different working groups.

    Deadline for applications: October 15, 2003

    More detailed information on all conference activities,
    application
    forms with requirements concerning papers, registration forms for
    the
    conference and deadlines will be available on the NISPAcee
    website
    from mid July 2003. Information will be regularly updated:
    www.nispa.sk


    Location: Lithuania
    Deadline: October 15, 2003
    Website: www.nispa.sk

    --------------------------------
    3. Woodrow Wilson Center Fellowships
    from Dem News
    Woodrow Wilson Center?s Fellowship Competition Now Accepting
    Applications
    The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is currently
    accepting applications for its 2004-2005 fellowship program. The
    Center awards approximately 20-25 residential fellowships
    annually to
    individuals with project proposals in a broad range of the social
    sciences and humanities on national and/or international issues.
    Men
    and women from any country with outstanding capabilities and
    experience from a wide variety of backgrounds are encouraged to
    apply. Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis, and
    selection
    is based on basic criteria such as significance of the proposed
    research, quality of the proposal, and the relevance of the
    project
    to contemporary policy issues. The deadline for application
    submissions is October 1, 2003 and appointments are announced by
    early April of the following year.

    For more information, go to: wwics.si.edu


    Location: DC
    Deadline: October 1, 2003
    Website: wwics.si.edu
    Liebe! liebe, lass mich los!

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    Fourth Annual Awards Competition

    Albanian Political Science Association
    >
    >Dear Sir or Madam,
    >
    >We are pleased to have the opportunity to communicate valuable research
    >competition information for your institutional members and recipients of
    >its mailing list. Our organization, the Global Development Network
    >(GDN), has recently launched its Fourth Annual Awards Competition, which
    >carries prizes in cash and travel of over $400,000! We are currently
    >soliciting submissions for ongoing development projects, completed
    >research, and/or new research proposals. Below are two versions of the
    >announcement (a brief summary and a more complete version). We would be
    >most grateful if you would take the time to disseminate our awards
    >advertisement among the members of your institution and recipients of
    >its mailing list, and/or have it posted on your institution's web site.
    >We would also appreciate that if you decide to post this information on
    >your website, could you please notify us with the corresponding
    >location. For more information on GDN, please visit
    >http://www.gdnet.org/activities/gdn_...velopment_awar
    >ds/
    >
    >Please note that application deadlines are July 31st for the development
    >projects and August 25th for the research submissions.
    >
    >Kindest Regards,
    >
    >Jimena Zuniga
    >
    >Global Development Network
    >2600 Virginia Avenue NW, suite 1112
    >Washington, DC 20037
    >USA
    >Telephone: 1-202-338-6370
    >Fax: 1-202-338-6831
    >jzuniga@gdnet.org
    >www.gdnet.org
    >
    >
    >[Short version]
    >
    >GDN Fourth Annual Development Awards Competition- Now Open!
    >
    >Submissions are now being accepted for the Global Development Network's
    >Fourth Annual Awards Competition, which carries prizes in cash and
    >travel of over $400,000! Submissions can be for an ongoing development
    >project, completed research, or a new research proposal.
    >
    >More >
    >http://www.gdnet.org/activities/gdn_...velopment_awar
    >ds/
    >
    >[Long version]
    >
    >Fourth Annual Global Development Awards Competition- Now Open!
    >
    >Submissions are now being accepted for the Fourth Annual Awards
    >Competition, which carries prizes in cash and travel of over $400,000!
    >Submissions can be for an ongoing development project, completed
    >research, or a new research proposal. The Governing Body of the Global
    >Development Network (GDN) has chosen Understanding Reform as the theme
    >for the Fifth Annual Global Development Conference to be held in New
    >Delhi in January 2004.The five topics proposed for the research awards
    >are consistent with this theme. Under each topic, GDN welcomes
    >submissions from all branches of the social sciences. Multidisciplinary
    >and interdisciplinary submissions are particularly encouraged. The
    >three finalists in the large award categories and the five finalists in
    >each of the five medal categories will present their papers at the
    >Annual Conference. Funding for the Awards and Medals is generously
    >provided by the Government of Japan, Merck Corporation, Government of
    >Italy, World Bank, and the Government of India. The five topics,
    >described in detail below:
    >
    >1. Pro-market Reform and the Poor
    >
    >2. Agriculture Reform and Rural Development in the Lowest Income
    >Countries
    >
    >3. Reforms, Interest Groups and Civil Society
    >
    >4. Market Reforms and the New Role of the State
    >
    >5. Reform, the External Environment, and the Role of International
    >and Regional Institutions
    >
    >More >
    >http://www.gdnet.org/activities/gdn_...velopment_awar
    >ds
    >
    Liebe! liebe, lass mich los!

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    forever a sikur t e me dalesh andej nga mezi detit se ta ngul grepin mu ne mes te trunit qe te vesh te zesh turnin.
    " not yet "

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    Job Opportunity


    Albanian Institute for International Studies

    Rr. "Deshmoret e 4 Shkurtit", Nr. 7/1, Tirana Albania

    Tel: +355 42 488 53 Fax: +355 4 270 337

    E-mail: aiis@aiis-albania.org

    Website: http://www.aiis-albania.org



    Job Description


    The Albanian Institute for International Studies (AIIS) is an Albanian
    think-tank employing an enthusiastic group of people that are
    well-qualified and experienced in various fields of international relations
    and security issues. It is focused on contemporary issues, particularly in
    the Balkans, on development and prognoses of political, security and ethnic
    questions, identification of conflicts, conflict prevention, and conflict
    resolution. Also, it aims to address issues stemming from Albania'
    Euro-Atlantic integration process, particularly from the point of view of
    the domestic reforms necessary to achieve EU standards.



    AIIS is looking for candidates for the position of researcher. AIIS will
    offer a renewable one-year contract that includes a competitive wage and
    benefits to the successful candidate. S/he will write policy and academic
    papers. The person that will be selected will deal with research on
    security, transition to democracy, European Union and NATO integration and
    economic development issues. S/he will write project proposals, conduct
    fieldwork and write final reports on projects dealing with the
    above-mentioned issues. Furthermore, s/he will be expected to contribute
    to and edit an AIIS-sponsored quarterly journal.



    Qualifications



    The successful candidate must meet the following requirements:



    q A diploma from a Western university, preferably in European Studies
    or political science, international relations or economics. However, AIIS
    encourages candidates that have completed their studies in other social
    sciences to apply as well.

    q A Master's degree is preferred, but it is not a must. However, the
    quality of work that is expected from the candidate will be quite high, and
    a Master's degree would be quite helpful in this regard.

    q Excellent knowledge of English and Albanian. The successful
    candidate must have excellent research and writing skills in both
    languages. A good knowledge of another language is preferred but not
    necessary for this position.
    Memory is a kind
    of accomplishment
    a sort of renewal
    even
    an initiation

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    Distance learning course on EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF HUMAN RIGHTS
    PROTECTION AND PROMOTION
    crossposted from Civil Soc List
    FINAL CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
    Distance learning course on EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF HUMAN RIGHTS
    PROTECTION AND PROMOTION
    (22 September-14 December 2003)

    Dear CivilSoc list members,

    Please find below a final call for applications for a new HREA
    distance
    learning
    course on the European system of human rights protection and
    promotion,
    offered in partnership with the Council of Europe. Instructor is
    Gerd
    Oberleitner, Lecturer at Centre for the Study of Human Rights of
    the
    London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). The
    deadline for
    applications is 1 August 2003. The course is primarily intended
    for
    advanced (under)graduate students of (international) law or
    social and
    political sciences; civic education and history teachers; and NGO
    staff
    members from Council of Europe member states. A limited number of
    scholarships (tuition waivers) is available for applicants from
    Council
    Europe member states in Central and Eastern Europe/Newly
    Independent
    States. Application forms can be downloaded from:
    http://www.hrea.org/courses/9E.html
    Further inquiries about the course should be sent to
    <applications@hrea.org>.

    Best wishes,

    Frank Elbers
    Distance Learning Programme, HREA
    http://www.hrea.org/courses/

    ---------

    COURSE 9E03: INTRODUCTION TO THE EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF HUMAN RIGHTS
    PROTECTION
    AND PROMOTION
    22 September-14 December 2003
    Instructor: Gerd Oberleitner

    This distance learning course provides participants with practical
    guidance on how to protect human rights through the European
    human rights
    system, and specifically the institutions and treaties of the
    Council of
    Europe. Participants will be introduced to the main European
    human rights
    conventions and jurisprudence, primarily as developed through the
    European
    Court of Human Rights. The course addresses European human rights
    standards as they apply to civil and political rights, economic,
    social
    and cultural rights, and the rights of minorities. Case studies
    on the
    freedom of expression, homosexuality, violence against women,
    protection
    of the mentally-ill, prisoner's rights, and the rights of
    refugees and
    internally displaced persons, will deepen participants'
    understanding of
    the European human rights standards and machinery.

    The course is primarily intended for advanced (under)graduate
    students of
    (international) law or social and political sciences; civic
    education and
    history teachers; and NGO staff members from Council of Europe
    member
    states. Participants should have a good written command of
    English (the
    course language is English), have high competence and comfort with
    computer and Internet use, and have regular access to e-mail and
    the
    Internet.

    The course involves approximately 60 hours of reading, on-line
    working
    groups, interaction among students and instructors, and
    assignments, and
    is offered over a 12-week period beginning on 22 September. E-
    mail will be
    the main medium for the course, although participants will need
    to have
    periodic access to the Web. This course will integrate active and
    participatory learning approaches within activities and
    assignments, with
    an emphasis on reflective and collaborative learning.
    Participants will do
    the required reading, prepare interim and final project
    assignments and
    participate in group discussions.

    The maximum number of course participants is 25. Students who
    successfully
    complete the course will receive a Certificate of Participation.
    It is
    also possible to audit the course.

    This course is made possible in partnership, and with financial
    support
    of, the Council of Europe.


    COURSE OUTLINE

    Week 1. History and institutional structure of the Council of
    Europe
    Week 2. The European Court of Human Rights
    Week 3. Civil and political rights: The European Convention for
    the
    Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
    Week 4. Civil and political rights: The European Convention for
    the
    Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or
    Punishment
    Week 5. Economic, social and cultural rights: The European Social
    Charter
    Week 6. Minority rights: The Framework Convention for the
    Protection of
    National Minorities
    Week 7. Other European human rights mechanisms: OSCE and European
    Union
    Week 8. Role of NGOs in the protection and promotion of human
    rights
    Week 9. Role of the Council of Europe High Commissioner for Human
    Rights
    Week 10. Case Studies: Freedom of expression; Homosexuality
    Week 11. Case Studies: Violence against women; Protection of the
    mentally-ill
    Week 12. Case Studies: The rights of asylum seekers; Rights of
    prisoners
    Final assignments due by Week 15.


    ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

    Dr. Gerd Oberleitner is a Lecturer at Centre for the Study of
    Human Rights
    of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
    Holding a
    PhD in law, he has lectured in international law and
    international human
    rights law at the University of Graz (Austria) and in human
    rights courses
    and summer schools at other universities. From 1998 to 1999 he
    also worked
    at the Human Rights Department of the Austrian Foreign Ministry.
    In 1999
    he co-founded the European Training Centre for Human Rights and
    Democracy
    (ETC) in Graz and worked as the Centre's Executive Secretary
    until 2002.
    In his research he focuses on the African, European and United
    Nations
    human rights system, minority rights, economic, social and
    cultural
    rights, and the role of non-state actors in human rights. His
    publications
    include "Human rights protection and State reporting" (P. Lang,
    1998) and
    (as co-editor) "Human Rights of Women - International Instruments
    and
    African Experiences" (ZED Books, 2002).


    WHO SHOULD APPLY

    The course is intended for university students, teachers and NGO
    staff
    members of human rights/social justice organisations from Council
    of
    Europe member states. Participants should have a good written
    command of
    English and have high competence and comfort with computer and
    Internet
    use. The number of participants is limited to 25 per course. HREA
    aims to
    ensure equal gender and geographical distribution across the
    selected
    participants.


    COSTS

    The course tuition fee is Euro 485 (tuition for auditors is Euro
    200).
    Scholarships are available for applicants from Council Europe
    member
    states in Central and Eastern Europe/Newly Independent States.


    APPLICATION

    The deadline for applications is 1 August 2003. Applications
    received
    after that day unfortunately cannot be accepted. Successful
    applicants
    will be notified by 15 August 2003. Full tuition payment is due
    on 15
    September 2003.


    APPLICATION FORMS

    Application form: FINAL CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
    Distance learning course on
    EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION AND PROMOTION
    (22 September-14 December 2003)

    Dear CivilSoc list members,

    Please find below a final call for applications for a new HREA
    distance
    learning
    course on the European system of human rights protection and
    promotion,
    offered in partnership with the Council of Europe. Instructor is
    Gerd
    Oberleitner, Lecturer at Centre for the Study of Human Rights of
    the
    London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). The
    deadline for
    applications is 1 August 2003. The course is primarily intended
    for
    advanced (under)graduate students of (international) law or
    social and
    political sciences; civic education and history teachers; and NGO
    staff
    members from Council of Europe member states. A limited number of
    scholarships (tuition waivers) is available for applicants from
    Council
    Europe member states in Central and Eastern Europe/Newly
    Independent
    States. Application forms can be downloaded from:
    http://www.hrea.org/courses/9E.html
    Further inquiries about the course should be sent to
    <applications@hrea.org>.

    Best wishes,

    Frank Elbers
    Distance Learning Programme, HREA
    http://www.hrea.org/courses/

    ---------

    COURSE 9E03: INTRODUCTION TO THE EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF HUMAN RIGHTS
    PROTECTION
    AND PROMOTION
    22 September-14 December 2003
    Instructor: Gerd Oberleitner

    This distance learning course provides participants with practical
    guidance on how to protect human rights through the European
    human rights
    system, and specifically the institutions and treaties of the
    Council of
    Europe. Participants will be introduced to the main European
    human rights
    conventions and jurisprudence, primarily as developed through the
    European
    Court of Human Rights. The course addresses European human rights
    standards as they apply to civil and political rights, economic,
    social
    and cultural rights, and the rights of minorities. Case studies
    on the
    freedom of expression, homosexuality, violence against women,
    protection
    of the mentally-ill, prisoner's rights, and the rights of
    refugees and
    internally displaced persons, will deepen participants'
    understanding of
    the European human rights standards and machinery.

    The course is primarily intended for advanced (under)graduate
    students of
    (international) law or social and political sciences; civic
    education and
    history teachers; and NGO staff members from Council of Europe
    member
    states. Participants should have a good written command of
    English (the
    course language is English), have high competence and comfort with
    computer and Internet use, and have regular access to e-mail and
    the
    Internet.

    The course involves approximately 60 hours of reading, on-line
    working
    groups, interaction among students and instructors, and
    assignments, and
    is offered over a 12-week period beginning on 22 September. E-
    mail will be
    the main medium for the course, although participants will need
    to have
    periodic access to the Web. This course will integrate active and
    participatory learning approaches within activities and
    assignments, with
    an emphasis on reflective and collaborative learning.
    Participants will do
    the required reading, prepare interim and final project
    assignments and
    participate in group discussions.

    The maximum number of course participants is 25. Students who
    successfully
    complete the course will receive a Certificate of Participation.
    It is
    also possible to audit the course.

    This course is made possible in partnership, and with financial
    support
    of, the Council of Europe.


    COURSE OUTLINE

    Week 1. History and institutional structure of the Council of
    Europe
    Week 2. The European Court of Human Rights
    Week 3. Civil and political rights: The European Convention for
    the
    Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
    Week 4. Civil and political rights: The European Convention for
    the
    Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or
    Punishment
    Week 5. Economic, social and cultural rights: The European Social
    Charter
    Week 6. Minority rights: The Framework Convention for the
    Protection of
    National Minorities
    Week 7. Other European human rights mechanisms: OSCE and European
    Union
    Week 8. Role of NGOs in the protection and promotion of human
    rights
    Week 9. Role of the Council of Europe High Commissioner for Human
    Rights
    Week 10. Case Studies: Freedom of expression; Homosexuality
    Week 11. Case Studies: Violence against women; Protection of the
    mentally-ill
    Week 12. Case Studies: The rights of asylum seekers; Rights of
    prisoners
    Final assignments due by Week 15.


    ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

    Dr. Gerd Oberleitner is a Lecturer at Centre for the Study of
    Human Rights
    of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
    Holding a
    PhD in law, he has lectured in international law and
    international human
    rights law at the University of Graz (Austria) and in human
    rights courses
    and summer schools at other universities. From 1998 to 1999 he
    also worked
    at the Human Rights Department of the Austrian Foreign Ministry.
    In 1999
    he co-founded the European Training Centre for Human Rights and
    Democracy
    (ETC) in Graz and worked as the Centre's Executive Secretary
    until 2002.
    In his research he focuses on the African, European and United
    Nations
    human rights system, minority rights, economic, social and
    cultural
    rights, and the role of non-state actors in human rights. His
    publications
    include "Human rights protection and State reporting" (P. Lang,
    1998) and
    (as co-editor) "Human Rights of Women - International Instruments
    and
    African Experiences" (ZED Books, 2002).


    WHO SHOULD APPLY

    The course is intended for university students, teachers and NGO
    staff
    members of human rights/social justice organisations from Council
    of
    Europe member states. Participants should have a good written
    command of
    English and have high competence and comfort with computer and
    Internet
    use. The number of participants is limited to 25 per course. HREA
    aims to
    ensure equal gender and geographical distribution across the
    selected
    participants.


    COSTS

    The course tuition fee is Euro 485 (tuition for auditors is Euro
    200).
    Scholarships are available for applicants from Council Europe
    member
    states in Central and Eastern Europe/Newly Independent States.


    APPLICATION

    The deadline for applications is 1 August 2003. Applications
    received
    after that day unfortunately cannot be accepted. Successful
    applicants
    will be notified by 15 August 2003. Full tuition payment is due
    on 15
    September 2003.


    APPLICATION FORMS

    Application form: http://www.hrea.org/courses/application9E03.doc
    (in Word)
    Application form: http://www.hrea.org/courses/application9E03.pdf
    [ (in PDF
    format)

    Inquiries about the course can be sent to <applications@hrea.org>.

    _______________________________________________
    CivilSoc mailing list
    CivilSoc@lists.civilsoc.org
    http://lists.civilsoc.org/mailman/listinfo/civilsoc

    IT solutions for international development - http://www.partners-
    intl.net

    (in Word)
    Application form: http://www.hrea.org/courses/application9E03.pdf
    [ (in PDF
    format)

    Inquiries about the course can be sent to <applications@hrea.org>.

    _______________________________________________
    CivilSoc mailing list
    CivilSoc@lists.civilsoc.org
    http://lists.civilsoc.org/mailman/listinfo/civilsoc

    IT solutions for international development - http://www.partners-
    intl.net



    Location: Online
    Deadline: August 1, 2003
    Website: http://www.hrea.org/courses/application9E03.doc

    --------------------------------
    2. CEEMAN (Central and East European Management Development
    Association) is happy to announce its 9th Annual Case Writing Competition
    CEEMAN (Central and East European Management Development
    Association) is happy to announce its 9th Annual Case Writing
    Competition and would like to invite authors to participate. The
    best case study will be awarded!

    1. THEME: Business Cooperation and Business School
    Cooperation: New Opportunities within CEEMAN

    The case should focus on a business or leadership response or
    initiative related to the overall theme. It might deal for
    example with broad issues of B2B cooperation, strategic
    alliances, joint ventures, and other forms of collaboration. It
    might also deal with similar forms of cooperation among business
    schools. Last but not least, the case might also deal with
    learning partnerships and other forms of collaboration between
    businesses/entrepreneurs and business schools. The case might
    deal with the situations faced by businesses, entrepreneurs,
    schools, or the specific activities of an individual leader in
    any of those entities.

    2. STRUCTURE and CONTENT should be:

    Written in English and easy to follow

    Ideally 10-20 pages long including a short Case Synopsis and
    exhibits; a bibliography of resources must be attached

    Written, using a 12-point font (preferably Times New Roman)

    Accompanied by the Case Teaching Note

    Based on a real business situation and in a real company

    Usable for executive programs as well as MBA-level students

    Prepared in such a manner that it includes a cover page with
    the following information:

    Author's name
    Address
    School
    Area of Study
    Year of Graduation
    Telephone/Fax/E-mail address

    3. COPYRIGHT:

    The cases should be released by the management of the company
    for use by other schools and for publication.

    The winning case will be published by CEEMAN and become part
    of the CEEMAN Case Collection.

    4. PRIZE:

    THE AUTHOR OF THE BEST CASE WILL BE AWARDED A PRIZE OF 1,000 EURO

    In addition, the prizewinner will receive the following benefits:

    Free accommodation at the 5-star Hilton Hotel in Sofia,
    Bulgaria (venue of the 11th Annual CEEMAN Conference) for up to
    three nights

    A conference fee waiver

    Travel costs up to 500 EURO

    The above-mentioned benefits will apply to a maximum two co-
    authors per case. If a winning case has more than one author, the
    prize itself will be split among the co-authors. The prize may be
    subject to local taxes.

    5. ADJUDICATION:

    The prize adjudication will take place at the CEEMAN Annual
    Meeting on Saturday, 27 September 2003 in Sofia, Bulgaria, after
    the 11th CEEMAN Annual Conference.

    6. ENTRY:

    To enter the competition, send two printed copies of your case
    and two teaching notes to: CEEMAN, Preernova cesta 33, 4260
    Bled, Slovenia. Telephone number: +386 4 5792 505 / fax: +386 4
    5792 501/ ceeman@iedc.si, http://www.ceeman.org

    7. DEADLINE: 1 September 2003


    Location:
    Deadline: September 1, 2003
    Website: www.ceeman.org

    --------------------------------
    3. Women's Funding Network (WFN) Online Resources
    Women's Funding Network (WFN)

    An international partnership of more than 90 women and girls'
    foundations,
    donors, philanthropic organisations and allies, the Women's
    Funding Network
    is committed to improving the status of women and girls as it
    works to
    strengthen and empower member funds.

    Founded in 1985, WFN and its partners provide access to a
    collective of
    women and girls' programmes at local, regional, national, and
    international
    levels. They also seek to ensure that women's funds are
    recognised as the
    "investment of choice" for people who value the full
    participation of women
    and girls.

    Their website is a rich resource not just about funding
    information, but
    also about issues facing women and girls; relevant fundraising
    and training
    events; job postings; grants announcement; and WFN publications
    and press
    releases. The section on Philanthropy contains information and
    resources
    necessary for informed social investment decisions.

    Language: English
    Mailing address:
    1375 Sutter Street, Suite 406
    San Francisco, CA 94109 USA

    Fax: (1-415) 441 0827
    E-mail: <info@wfnet.org>
    Website: <http://www.wfnet.org>


    Location: Online
    Deadline:
    Website: www.wfnet.org
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    KOSOVE EU-Senior Procurement Officer

    EU Senior Kosovo Admin Pos
    from reliefweb
    Job Title Senior Procurement Officer


    Organisation European Union Pillar of UN Mission in Kosovo
    (http://www.euinkosovo.org)


    Job Location Yugoslavia (Kosovo, Pristina)


    Closing date 13 Aug 2003

    Job Description and qualifications:


    SENIOR PROCUREMENT OFFICER
    KOSOVO TRUST AGENCY (KTA)

    Contract: International
    Duty Station: Kosovo

    PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE POSITION

    The Kosovo Trust Agency (KTA) was established by United Nations
    Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and given
    administrative authority over Publicly- and Socially-owned
    Enterprises operating in Kosovo. The authority of the KTA
    includes any action, which the KTA considers appropriate to
    preserve or enhance the value, viability or governance of the
    enterprises under its authority. The KTA has wide ranging powers
    to monitor, control, transform and restructure the enterprises
    under its supervision, exercised through general management
    oversight.

    Under the supervision of the Chief of Staff and in close
    collaboration with the designated counterparts of the various
    Publicly Owned Enterprises (POEs) and other KTA key staff, the
    Senior Procurement Officer will be responsible for the proper
    conduct of KTA procurement, capacity building of procurement
    units and personnel within POEs under KTA administration, the
    development and implementation of procurement procedures and
    training of local staff.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    Serve as a senior procurement and contracting expert with
    responsibility for the procurement of a wide variety of supplies
    and services associated with complex (technically and legally)
    contracts and procurement activities.
    Provide technical advice on procurement activities to officials
    of POE procuring entities during all phases of the procurement
    cycle.
    Analyze and evaluate procurement requests and ensure
    appropriateness of technical specifications.
    Develop and prepare complex contracts for procurement of non-
    routine and technologically advanced commodities or long-range
    services; issue international tender invitations; evaluate
    responses to tender; make recommendations for finalization of
    purchases awarding of contracts; sign procurement orders up to
    authorized limits, and, in cases where the amount exceeds
    authorized signature authority, prepare submissions for review
    and subsequent approval by the authorized official.
    Develop new tactical approaches to contracts, as well as new
    methods for their application, based on market research.
    Contribute to development of institutional procurement policies
    and procedures; develop standards and criteria for the evaluation
    of goods, services, supplier capacity, etc.
    Establish approaches for negotiations and conduct or coordinate
    all phases of negotiations with all concerned parties, including
    the negotiation of disputes arising from contracts.
    Train the designated counterpart staff in the above mentioned
    activities.
    Prepare reports on findings and develop recommendations.
    Supervision of KTA procurement unit staff (if any).
    Perform any other duties as may be assigned to her/him by the KTA
    Chief of Staff.

    PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS / QUALIFICATIONS

    Education - Advanced university degree (Masters Degree) in
    Business Administration, Public Administration, Commerce,
    Engineering, Law or other relevant discipline, or equivalent
    combination of education and experience. Additional study or
    training in accounting or law, or a recognized qualification in
    procurement preferred.
    Professionalism - Complete, in-depth grasp of procurement
    techniques, practices and operations, and ability to address
    broader issues of procurement in terms of impact at the program
    and institutional level; seasoned knowledge of internal
    procurement policies, practices, procedures; seasoned working
    knowledge of contract law and expertise in handling complex
    procurement and contracting of highly complex and technologically
    advanced goods and services; ability to develop procurement
    policies, procedures and new programs; strong analytical skills
    and good knowledge of quantitative methods to measure supplier
    capacity; extensive knowledge of sources of supply, market
    trends, pricing, etc.; seasoned negotiating skills to shape and
    influence agreements with requisitioning units and vendors; sound
    technical leadership skills; discretion and sound judgment in
    applying technical expertise to resolve complex and/or sensitive
    issues.
    Planning and Organizing - Ability to coordinate the work of
    others, work to tight deadlines and handle multiple concurrent
    contracts/activities.
    Communications - Strong communication (spoken and written)
    skills, including the ability to convey complex concepts and
    recommendations to staff at senior levels, both orally and in
    writing, in a clear, concise style.
    Technology Awareness - Fully proficient computer skills,
    particularly in procurement computer systems, spreadsheet,
    database management and Internet applications.
    Teamwork - Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish
    and maintain effective working relations with people in a multi-
    cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect
    for diversity.
    Experience - Minimum of ten years of progressively responsible
    professional experience in high volume procurement operations, of
    which at least three at the international level.
    Language - Thorough knowledge of the English language.
    Other - Strong organizational, supervisory and management
    ability. Flexibility and good interpersonal skills. Ability to
    work effectively in a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment.

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

    The following categories of persons are eligible for an EU Pillar
    Expatriate contract

    1. Nationals of one the member states of the European Union
    2. Nationals of any CARDS countries (PHARE and OBNOVA countries,
    PHARE countries include: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia
    Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania. Poland, Romania, Slovakia and
    Slovenia) and its partner countries: Albania, Bosnia, FYROM. The
    OBNOVA countries are: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, and
    FRY (FRY nationals, except those with dual nationality, are not
    eligible). Nationals of countries accessing EU are also eligible.

    The contact will be for a fixed period, renewable subject to
    mutual agreement and dependent upon the length of the mandate of
    UNMIK.

    The EU Pillar has an employment package related to skills and
    experience, with special conditions associated with expatriate
    employment. Applicants should be available to commence work in
    Kosovo as soon as possible.

    CVs must be submitted in English to eupillar-
    recruitment@eumik.org with a covering letter addressing the key
    competencies required and highlighting the skills and experience
    of the candidate. The closing date for applications is August 13,
    2003.

    Only short listed candidates will be contacted.



    Applications for this position should be sent to:

    eupillar-recruitment@eumik.org




    Location: Kosovo
    Deadline: August 13, 2003
    Website: http://www.euinkosovo.org
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    Mercy Corps Senior Kosovo Pos
    Mission Director
    Location: Pristina, Kosovo
    Last Updated: 07/15/2003







    Job Description:

    Purpose: The Mission Director is the top management position for
    Mercy Corps in Kosovo with supervisory and managerial
    responsibility over all in-country personnel, programs and
    policies. The Mission Director provides the vision and leadership
    in project administration and monitors overall program
    performance by tracking progress toward reaching targets, while
    maximizing budget resources and personnel development and
    remaining flexible in a continually changing environment. The
    Mission Director ensures that Mercy Corps programs are planned
    and executed with quality, accountability, and measurable impact.

    Qualifications: This position requires an MA or equivalent in
    social science or management and 7 to 10 years of field
    experience in international relief and development programs. Five
    years of senior-level leadership and field management and proven
    skills in financial management are necessary. Prior experience
    with EC, PRM, UNHCR, USDA, USAID and other bi-lateral funding
    agencies is required. Demonstrated ability to function as a
    social entrepreneur and proven success with building, managing
    and leading a team of professionals is essential. Successful and
    proven negotiation, communication, organization, and
    prioritization skills and experience are necessary. Effective
    presentation, communication and negotiation skills with donors
    and government officials are required. Experience and proven
    skills in strategic planning and thinking creatively as well as
    demonstrated sensitivity with people and issues of the region is
    vital. The ability to function as a team player among peers is
    required. The ability to work comfortably within the Kosovar
    cultural environment is required.

    Responsibilities/Duties:
    1. Maintain effective and positive internal contacts with Mercy
    Corps corporate officers and staff, and external contacts with
    the EC, UNHCR, USAID, Embassy officials, Kosovo-based relief and
    development organizations, Kosovo government officials,
    international NGOs, other government officials, funding agency
    officials, vendors, media and general public.
    2. Attain Mercy Corps goals and strategies through the
    development, implementation, review, presentation and management
    of strategic plans, programs and projects by personal application
    and delegation of responsibility.
    3. Establish and maintain effective program and project
    reporting, evaluation, and communication systems.
    4. Oversees all reporting requirements to donors.
    5. Recommend program priorities and explore, evaluate and present
    new country and regional project opportunities that leverage
    impact of Mercy Corps initiatives and/or complement Mercy Corps
    activities.
    6. Represent Mercy Corps programs with national and international
    media, and participate in local community activities as
    appropriate.
    7. Establish leadership and personal credibility and implement
    and maintain clearly understood chain of authority and
    accountability.
    8. Develop and maintain an adequate human resource plan
    consistent with Mercy Corps policies, including current position
    descriptions for all Mercy Corps Kosovo positions, personnel
    orientation and professional development plans, personnel
    evaluation system, field personnel policy manual, and personnel
    grievance procedure system.
    9. Oversee property and equipment acquisition, disposition, and
    management.
    10. Implement the Country or Regional Fiscal Year Annual Planning
    Process and prepare report, consisting of Statement of Vision,
    Goals and Annual Objectives, Program Summary and Budget Summary.
    Process is to be participatory, involving all staff in each field
    office.
    11. Responsible for timely submission of accurate and
    professional Mercy Corps country reports to the Director, Program
    Operations, including board reports and mid-year program reviews.
    12. Coordinate overall country budgets, manage budget within
    approved spending levels and establish an annual cash flow plan
    broken down by month to ensure a steady and adequate supply of
    funds for program activity. Ensure accurate and timely financial
    reports to donors and Mercy Corps headquarters.
    13. Exercise sound judgement to ensure program expenses are
    reasonable, allocable and prudent. Ensure all program funds are
    spent in accordance with donor rules and regulations.
    14. Conduct himself/herself both professionally and personally in
    such a manner as to bring credit to MC and in no way jeopardize
    our humanitarian efforts.
    15. Other duties as assigned.



    Location: Kosovo
    Deadline:
    Website: www.mercycorps.org
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    Shumica e ketyre Universiteteve sidomos jane thjeshte per te reklamuar universitetin e tyre. Une u interesova njehere nuk di cili kishte nxjerre dicka ketu ne forum se Harvard University ne Cambridge Mass. donte nje student nga Shqiperia/Serbia/Bosnia per te vazhduar studimet atje. Aplikova une dhe me studime nuk kam qene keq fare sepse jam pranuar dhe ne universitete te tjera qe ndoshta nuk jane dhe aq veshtire sa Harvard te futesh por jane Ivy League dhe ata. Por atje jo qe nuk u pranova por dhe pergjigje PO/JO sic eshte tradita nuk morra fare .
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    miri, suksese ne te tjerat
    nderkohe leri te tjeret te aplikojne e te provojne fatin e tyre....

    ti po pate noj lajemrim bujrum
    hajt shnet
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    Subject: CfP: 5th Mediterranean Social and Political Research
    Meeting, Florence, 24-28.3.2004


    1. Subject: CfP: 5th Mediterranean Social and Political Research
    Meeting, Florence, 24-28.3.2004
    Subject: CfP: 5th Mediterranean Social and Political Research
    Meeting, Florence, 24-28.3.2004

    The Mediterranean Programme of the RSCAS at the European
    University
    Institute (EUI) is happy to announce the 5th Mediterranean Social
    and
    Political Research Meeting (Florence, 24-28 March 2004).

    The Call for Papers is posted on the web page
    http://www.iue.it/RSCAS/Research/Med...004/Index.shtm
    l
    The main deadline to apply is 5 September 2003.

    Preliminary Programme and Application material of the conference
    are already
    available for downloading. (Eleven out of 15 workshops are listed
    on the web
    page (see above), and the last four workshops will be announced
    by next
    week.) For those interested, kindly read the description of the
    workshop(s)
    of your interest before applying.



    Location: Italy
    Deadline: September , 2003
    Website:
    http://www.iue.it/RSCAS/Research/Med...04/Index.shtml
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    Forever Na trego per ndonje Scholarship qe te bejn ne dore per studenta qe vetfinancohen, mundesisht ne USA
    Whoever said money can't buy happiness simply didn't know where to go shopping!

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    tani dy punka ne Kosove:

    Two UNDPKO Kosovo Admin Pos
    Database Manager (P-2) Int/Ext UNMIK Kosovo 15 August 2003
    Information Systems Analyst (P-3) Int/Ext UNMIK Kosovo 14 August
    2003


    Location: Kosovo
    Deadline: Various
    Website: http://www.un.org/Depts/dpko/field/vacancy.htm
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    UN Kosovo Senior Legal Pos
    Field Mission Vacancy Notice
    Internal/External

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    UNMIK invites qualified external applicants and staff members in
    the relevant occupational group to apply for the position
    highlighted below. Interested UN staff should apply by forwarding
    an updated United Nations Personal History form (P.11) form and a
    copy of the most recent performance appraisal. External
    applicants are requested to complete P.11 form, available at UN
    offices or downloaded from this site:
    www.un.org/Depts/dpko/field/howto.htm.



    Kindly note that applications upon receipt will be reviewed and
    only applicants who are short-listed will receive an
    acknowledgement within six weeks from the deadline for submission
    of applications.




    Vacancy #: UNMIK-03-652, Deadline: 25 August 2003

    Mission: United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo

    Duty Station: Pristina, Kosovo

    Family/Non-Family: Non-Family

    Initial Appointment: Six (6) Months
    Renewable subject to extension of mandate, operational
    requirements and satisfactory performance.

    Post Title & Level: Legal Officer (P-4)

    Indicative Minimum Gross Annual Remuneration: US$ 84,435

    Description of Main Duties:

    Under the direct supervision of the Legal Adviser the incumbent
    will responsible for the following:

    Assisting in the preparation of legal advice and draft
    legislation on commercial, fiscal, tax-related and contractual
    matters;
    Assisting in the preparation of legal advice and draft
    legislation on matters relating to administration of public
    enterprises, privatisation and trade and investment issues;
    Coordinating legal research and analysis and preparing legal
    opinions, studies, briefs, reports and correspondence on a broad
    range of commercial matters, comprising but not limited to
    banking, taxation, trade and investment issues and multilateral
    or bilateral funding agreements;
    Reviewing, advising on and drafting complex contracts,
    agreements, institutional and operational modalities and other
    legal documents;
    Developing new legal modalities to meet unique
    needs/circumstances in the economic and fiscal area;
    Providing guidance and supervising junior professional staff on
    straightforward matters;
    Preparing draft legal documents and legislative issuances, as
    appropriate;
    Performing other duties as assigned by the Legal Adviser.
    Qualifications and Experience:

    Advanced University degree in law with emphasis on courses in
    international and comparative law. At least ten (10) years of
    progressively responsible professional legal experience with the
    legal department of a Government or international organization or
    with a private law firm specializing in commercial law,
    multilateral and bilateral funding and trade issues. Familiarity
    with UN activities. Experience in dealing with international and
    intergovernmental issues.

    The incumbent should possess the following competencies:

    Strong analytical skills and ability to conduct comprehensive
    legal research on a range of issues. Proficiency in legal writing
    and expression and ability to prepare legal briefs, draft
    legislation, opinions and a variety of legal instruments and
    related documents. Discretion and sound judgement in applying
    legal expertise to sensitive, complex and often conflicting legal
    issues. Strong negotiating skills and ability to influence others
    to reach agreement. Leadership and supervisory skills and ability
    to work to tight deadlines and handle multiple concurrent
    projects/cases. Good understanding of contemporary international
    relations and of the UN system, organization and
    interrelationships. Fully proficient computer skills and use of
    services, library sources, etc. Excellent interpersonal skills
    and communication (spoken, written and presentational) skills;
    ability establish and maintain effective working relations with
    people of different national and cultural backgrounds.

    Languages:

    Fluency in English. Working knowledge of French is an asset.

    Preference will be given to equally qualified women candidates.

    Completed detailed Application Documentation as specified above
    referring to
    Vacancy number UNMIK-03-652 should be forwarded to the attention
    of: Recruitment and Placement Section, PMSS/DPKO, Room # DC1-
    980, 1 United Nations Plaza New York, NY 10017, USA Fax No.: 1-
    917-367-4102 or by e-mail to dpko-missions-internalva@un.org

    Remove by 25 August 2003



    Location: Kosovo
    Deadline: Aug 25, 2003
    Website: http://www.un.org/Depts/dpko/field/a...ements/652.htm

    --------------------------------
    3. UNDPKO Senior Kosovo PR Pos
    Field Mission Vacancy Notice
    Internal/External

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    --------------

    UNMIK invites qualified external applicants and staff members in
    the relevant occupational group to apply for the position
    highlighted below. Interested UN staff should apply by forwarding
    an updated United Nations Personal History form (P.11) form and a
    copy of the most recent performance appraisal. External
    applicants are requested to complete P.11 form, available at UN
    offices or downloaded from this site:
    www.un.org/Depts/dpko/field/howto.htm.



    Kindly note that applications upon receipt will be reviewed and
    only applicants who are short-listed will receive an
    acknowledgement within six weeks from the deadline for submission
    of applications.




    Vacancy #: UNMIK-03-621, Deadline: 18 August 2003

    Mission: United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo

    Duty Station: Pristina, Kosovo

    Family/Non-Family: Non-Family

    Initial Appointment: Six (6) Months
    Renewable subject to extension of mandate, operational
    requirements and satisfactory performance.

    Post Title & Level: Chief, Public Information (D-1)

    Indicative Minimum Gross Annual Remuneration: US$ 126,713


    Description of Main Duties:

    Within the delegated authority, the Chief of Public Information
    will be responsible for:

    Formulating and implementing the substantive work programme of
    the Section, overseeing the management of activities undertaken
    by the Section, ensuring that programmed activities are carried
    out in a timely fashion that ensures the success of the
    operational and strategic goals of the mission; coordinating work
    in the different areas both within the section, with the mission
    as a whole, and with other organizations of the United Nations
    system, as appropriate;
    Leading, supervising and carrying out the work programme of the
    Section;
    Ensuring that the outputs produced maintain high-quality
    standards; that reports are clear, objective and based on
    comprehensive data; ensuring that all outputs produced by the
    Section meet required standards before completion to ensure they
    comply with the relevant mandates;
    Managing, guiding, developing and training staff under his/her
    supervision;
    Fostering teamwork and communication among staff in the Division
    and across organizational boundaries;
    Leading and supervising the organization of meetings, seminars,
    etc., on substantive-related issues;
    Managing the substantive preparation and organization of such
    meetings or seminars;
    Conceptualising, designing and executing the Mission's public
    information strategy, programme and activities in relation to
    different phases of the peace process and to the operational and
    strategic goals of the mission;
    Coordinating the Mission's internal and external information
    activities in collaboration with civilian and military senior
    personnel;
    Directing and overseeing output of print, radio, community
    liaison, video and spokesperson units;
    Overseeing Section's interactions with Government, UN agencies,
    local and international media, the military and non-governmental
    and civil society organizations;
    Maintaining working-level liaison with the Department of Public
    Information at UNHQ;
    Acting as focal point for UN system-wide information activities;
    Supervising the work of international and national staff in the
    Public Information Section.


    Qualifications and Experience:

    Advanced university degree in one or more of the following
    disciplines: social sciences, business administration or
    management, communications, public relations, or international
    relations;
    At least 15 years of progressively responsible experience in
    public information, communications, human resource management in
    large, multicultural institutions;
    Ability to develop and implement public information campaign in
    the field;
    Good knowledge of the United Nations, and Peacekeeping Operations
    in particular; knowledge of European politics and the Balkans may
    be an advantage.


    The incumbent should possess the following competencies:

    Professionalism - Ability to advise on and effectively manage
    high profile and sensitive communications challenges where
    inappropriate handling creates serious risk to the institution's
    reputation; ability to develop and manage a sizeable public
    information program, and to direct others in the execution of the
    total program; in-depth knowledge of political trends, public
    attitudes, local conditions and developments, and ability to
    build an effective communications strategy and program based on
    an assessment of different communications environments and the
    changing strategic and operational goals of the mission, and to
    adapt worldwide media campaigns with excellent promotional and
    publicity techniques; highly developed communication (spoken,
    written, public speaking and presentational) skills, including
    ability to present and defend difficult positions to senior
    officials.
    Managing, Planning and Organizing - Extensive experience and
    skill in managing high level communications with the media,
    NGO's, government officials, international institutions, business
    groups, etc.; discretion and sound judgement in applying
    expertise to highly complex and/or sensitive issues, which are
    typically broad in scope; strong negotiating skills and ability
    to influence others to reach agreement; proven record of building
    and managing teams and creating an enabling work environment,
    including ability to effectively lead, supervise, mentor, develop
    and evaluate groups of staff and design training/skills
    enhancement initiatives to ensure effective transfer of
    knowledge/skills.
    Gender mainstreaming and Teamwork: Ability to provide leadership
    and take responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives
    into substantive work; commitment to the goal of achieving gender
    balance in staffing. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability
    to establish and maintain effective working relations in a multi-
    cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect
    for diversity. Ability to lead and gain assistance of others in a
    team endeavour.
    Judgment/Decision-making: Mature judgment and initiative,
    imagination and resourcefulness, energy and tact; proven ability
    to provide strategic direction, to plan and establish priorities,
    and to ensure an effective work structure to maximize
    productivity and achieve goals.
    Leadership: Proven track record of excellent management and
    technical leadership skills and ability to delegate appropriate
    responsibility, accountability and decision-making environment,
    including the ability to effectively lead, supervise, mentor,
    develop and evaluate staff and design training/skills enhancement
    initiatives to ensure effective transfer of knowledge/skills in
    several aspects of communications, including development of
    communication campaigns, television and radio production,
    website, press relations, other forms of community outreach.

    Languages:

    Fluency in oral and written English is essential. Knowledge of a
    second official UN language is an advantage.


    Preference will be given to equally qualified women candidates.

    Completed detailed Application Documentation as specified above
    referring to
    Vacancy number UNMIK-03-621 should be forwarded to the attention
    of: Recruitment and Placement Section, PMSS/DPKO, Room # DC1-
    980, 1 United Nations Plaza New York, NY 10017, USA Fax No.: 1-
    917-367-4102 or by e-mail to dpko-missions-internalva@un.org

    Remove by 18 August 2003



    Location: Kosovo
    Deadline: August 17, 2003
    Website: http://www.un.org/Depts/dpko/field/a...ements/621.htm
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    Lightbulb international film festival pranon aplikime

    Human Rights Watch film festival calls for entries
    Human Rights Watch film festival calls for entries

    Aug 14, 2003


    Filmmakers are invited to participate in the Human Rights Watch
    International Film Festival, scheduled in New York City, from
    June 11 to 24, 2004.

    As the festival has a limited staff and budget, and reviews
    hundreds of films each year, there is a strict policy on
    submissions. Interested filmmakers should e-mail a brief synopsis
    of their films or videos, and a brief filmmaker biography, to
    John Anderson at andersj@hrw.org.

    All e-mailed submissions will be reviewed, and the festival
    committee will contact you if they are interested in screening a
    VHS copy of your film or video. The submission deadline is
    January 10, 2004.

    The festival does not charge any fees for submissions and does
    not send out rejection letters. Those filmmakers whose films or
    videos are accepted to participate in the festival will be
    contacted.

    For more information, see
    http://www.hrw.org/iff/2003/submission.html.
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    American Refugee Committee Kosovo Pos
    Program Manager (Immediate Opening)

    Responsibilities: assist in the development and implementation of
    programs and projects connected with a program of return,
    integration and reconciliation between various ethnic groups;
    identify, train and supervise the project staff; manage the
    logistics, administrative and financial needs of the ARC for its
    Podgorce initiative; develop, coordinate and present an organized
    plan of collaboration with the ARC Regional Offices in FYRO
    Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia; establish, foster and maintain
    relationships with the international agencies active in the
    region; visit specific villages and towns and establish
    relationships with community groups and leaders as needed for the
    return and reintegration process; represent ARC at necessary
    meetings associated the mechanism of return; prepare and submit
    all narrative and interim reports; oversee the organization and
    creation of all project files, databases, beneficiary tracking
    and beneficiary files. This position will also be responsible for
    ensuring that the reconstruction and community stabilization
    components of the Podgorce initiative are full integrated.

    Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required, advanced degree
    preferred; minimum three years experience managing overseas
    development or relief programs, preferably in the region;
    previous experience working in Kosovo or the Balkans highly
    preferred; superb communication skills and ability to work in a
    politically sensitive environment required; excellent written and
    oral communication skills; computer literate (Word and Excel) and
    English fluency


    Location: Kosovo
    Deadline: ASAP
    Website: www.archq.org
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    ke zyre aty tek international student office ti? ato shif lokale..se duket sikur nuk ta mbushin syrin po kane resource pa fund, kshu qe ik behu mik(e) me advisorin dhe s'del i(e) humbur
    Jo thashe keshtu nqs ka ndonje organizate, se keshtu nga shkolla e kam marre maksimumin e parave qe mundem me marr prej tyre shumica e atyre qe jane ne shkolle thone duan rezidente apo us citizen

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    SNV Albania
    Location: Fier
    Last Date: September 5, 2003
    E-mail: DSterre@snv.nl

    For SNV Albania (duty station Fier), we are looking for a

    Senior Advisor
    Local Governance, Decentralization & PME

    SNV/Albania has been operating in Albania since 1993. In 2002, the organization has embarked on a proces of transition, shifting from project implementation to advisory services for local partners and clients involved in local governance, including local government agencies and civil society organizations at district, regional and national levels. From May 2003 onwards, SNV/Albania continued with a new transitional team of advisors and support staff, and a combination of existing and new partners/clients. Advisory services are being provided to partners/clients, with a primary focus on the thematic area of local governance.
    Currently, SNV/Albania operates in three geographical areas, of which Fier region in the central west of the country is one. Seniro Advisor will lead a team of SNV colleagues with complementary expertise. At present, this team consists of one other advisor and support staff, based in Fier town. However, new and/or continuation agreements with partners/clients are expected to fill the new team activity portfolio.

    Senior Advisor will be responsible for the development of an aggregated portfolio, consisting of advice and support activities with partners and clients in Fier region, and with other relevant agencies related to these activities. As Senior Advisor, s/he is responsible for signing agreements and contracts within the region, and for the teams (portfolio) planning and M&E coordination. The Senior Advisor will therefore assume advisory, support, coaching and management responsibilities both towards partners/clients and towards SNV colleagues. Direct supervisor is the Director, SNV/Albania in Tirana. Reporting and performance evaluations will occur under his/her supervision.

    The Senior Advisors main responsibilities are:
     To overall manage the Fier team portfolio, secure its maintenance and expansion at local and regional levels, including initiating and formalizing agreements with partners/clients;
     To coordinate the planning, monitoring and evaluation of the Fier team portfolio activities;
     To manage the regional office, personnel and security matters of the Fier SNV team;
     To advise and support the management and staff of local government partners and clients, particularly in the fields of decentralization and planning, monitoring and evaluation issues;
     To advise and support the other SNV teams in Albania, as well as the SNV/Albania management on the development of its organizational policies and programme strategies.
    Requirements:
    Educational background: University degree MSc or MA, preferably in social sciences, public administration or related fields
    Experience: At least six years of working experience in a comparable organization and/or professional situation, preferably in a developing country. Extensive experience with advising local governments on decentralization and PME issues
    Other: Fluency in English and willingness to learn Albanian; drivers license; computer literate.

    Salary: Scale 11, range 2536 up to 3945 euros gross per month (excluding secondary conditions and individual allowances)
    Contract period: Three years, starting a.s.a.p.

    Description duty station:
    Fier region is a populated, industrialized and urbanized area in the coastal lowlands of Albania. Due to its fertile soils the region has potential for agricultural production and the nearby beaches offer opportunities for tourism. However, the region has been a centre of industrial activites for many decades, leaving it with a heavy heritage of pollution and ecological decline. Main source of pollution is the oil exploitation and processing industry with rather obsolete technologies. The Fieri winters last from December to February and are rather mild (not far below zero). The summers are dry and very warm (35-40). The security and safety situation is quite good.
    Fier city has around 150.000 inhabitants and is the major city in the region. It is located some 2 hours drive (115 km) from the national capital city Tirana. The tarmac road is not very good at places, but easily accessible by normal car. The archaeological site Apollonia (Greek-Roman) is located just 20 km outside Fier city. Not far either, the mediaeval town of Berat can be found. Nice beaches are around Vlore, one hour drive from Fier. Medical services in town are of moderate quality. Pharmacies are present everywhere. Education is in the Albanian language only (in Tirana are two international schools). Good housing is available, if desired with garden. Electricity supply (220V) is fairly good, although power cuts occur regularly. For sensitive equipment, stabilizers and backups are advisable. Regular water supply can be problematic; the quality is rather bad. However, most houses have a water reservoir. Fier has many shops; availability of food and other supplies is good and variety is continuously increasing.

    Information/application:
    You can send your application letter and concise CV to Mrs Llywela van der Stam at DSterre@snv.nl (Reference: DevNetJobs.org) under reference number AL/3945/D, until 5th of September, 2003.
    A job description is also available at the above mentioned e-mail address.

    This vacancy will also be announced on our Internetsite www.snvworld.org
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