Non-Entrepreneurial (Non-Commercial) Legal Entity Rights Georgia (formerly “Article 42 of the Constitution”) (www.rights.ge) is a voluntary, non-profit entity of people protecting and promoting human rights and freedom, supporting human rights awareness, contributing harmonization of national legislation with international HR standards and monitoring state activities in that regard.
The mission of the organization is: to assist promotion of rights guaranteed in different international agreements and support their implementation; to support establishment of rule of law; to develop the system of justice; to support the work of human rights defenders; to work on public awareness about human rights and tolerance; to support enhancing professional legal education.
Objectives of the organization are: strategic litigation at national and international level; educational activities; analysis of international experience in the field of human rights, particularly, focusing on IDPs and conflict affected population, prisoners, women and children; analysis of national legislation and making efforts for its improvement; cooperation with local and international human rights organizations, including professional unions of lawyers; delivering information campaigns on human rights’ issues and monitoring the activities of state institutions to ensure whether they are in line with human rights standards.
Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
Contribute to identification of human rights issues/problem areas, emerging and evolving trends of human rights concerns and violations as well as response and capacity gaps, and assist in the development of a strategy to respond to the situation;
Research, collect, document and analyze information pertaining to the human rights situation in the area of assignment;
Ensure that all activities are conducted in compliance with relevant standards and methods of work, including for protection and safe handling of information;
Provides support to building and facilitation of key contacts and partnerships to ensure effective dialogue/exchange on human rights issues;
Support coordination with other relevant stakeholders, including regional organizations, in the pursuit of the mandate of the monitoring mission;
Translate materials documents from Georgian into English and Vice versa;
Other tasks as required.
EUR 1 per month
Administrative Law - Advanced
Constitutional Law - General
Human Rights Law - Advanced
English - Good
Russian - Good