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Come build a Europe of Equality!

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At the heart of the fight against racism and for democracy in Europe, you will live a unique, enriching, and intense European experience. From Oslo to Athens, by way of Kiev, Istanbul or Sarajevo, you will be part of the activists who make the difference in the preservation and progress of Equality in Europe.

Through the actions of the European Grassroots Antiracist Movement (EGAM), you will have the opportunity to develop personally, professionally and politically.

Come join the team!

What is EGAM?
Launched in 2010, the European Grassroots Antiracist Movement (EGAM)’s gathers the main antiracist and Human Rights NGOs of 33 countries to structure a more integrated and active European civil society against racism, anti-Semitism, racial discrimination and genocide denial in Europe.

EGAM carries three types of activities: field actions with a strong European dimension, advocacy activities targeting national and European institutions and finally, meetings and training seminar in order to strengthen European antiracist leaders.

A selection of the projects EGAM is working on includes:

  • The campaign Remember 24th April 1915 for the memory and the recognition of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey and more generally the European support to prodemocracy leaders in Turkey
  • The organisation of the Roma Pride, a demonstration held simultaneously in 15 countries in October, which aims to challenge anti-Roma racism and to promote the Romani cultures, histories and traditions.
  • The political training of young activists upon Sarajevo Film Festival and Sarajevo-sur-Seine Film Festival
  • The campaign “Genocide against the Tutsi: the truth right now!”, which aims to bring to light the responsibilities of the French State in Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda in 1994.
  • The establishment of a network of European and national parliamentarians devoted to the fight against genocide denial and the prevention of genocides

 

EGAM currently has vacancies for the following position:
I. Communication Officer
II. “Service Civique”


Communication Officer

Job Announcement

 

 

Job Description

 

EGAM is currently looking for a Communication Officer to join the Coordination Office, based in Paris. Under the authority of the President of EGAM and the EGAM Director, the Communications Officer will be responsible for:

 

1. Press Relations

  • To ensure coverage of EGAM Campaigns, Initiatives and actions.
  • To maintain relationships with journalist on the national and European Level.

 

 2. Communication

  • To elaborate communication materials, including press releases.
  • To develop and disseminate public relations materials to maintain and increase visibility amongst EGAM network, stakeholders and supporters.
  • To Monitor and analyse the results of strategic communications with a view to producing recommendations and improvements.
  • To participate in the elaboration and implementation of a global communications strategy.

 

 3. Digital Communication

  • To elaborate and disseminate content on EGAM’s website and social media platforms.
  • To animate and maintain contact with Communication Officers amongst EGAM’s members and partners.

 

 

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

 

Required

  • High level of written and oral expression
  • Minimum Bachelors Degree in Communication, or other relevant field
  • High level of written English and French
  • International Experience
  • Autonomy, rigor and motivation
  • Ability to work in a team and with often tight deadlines
  • Strong interest and understanding of European and Global political affairs

 

Desirable

  • Experience working with NGOs
  • Experience with Press

 

Position and Remuneration

 

EGAM is currently looking to fill either a full time position or a freelance position. Remuneration will correspond to the contract given, with the base for a full time position equalling  1,200 € – 1,500 € net per month

 

Working Environment

 

EGAM is located at 48 ter Rue de Faubourg Saint Denis, 75010 – Paris.

Travel outside of Paris is sometimes required

 

Recruitment Process

 

Interested Candidates should send a CV and a Letter of Motivation to Christopher Metz, Director of EGAM:

 

Christopher.metz@egam.eu

+33 7 83 31 28 47

 

Recruitment will be carried out on the base of studying CVs and Coverletters, and candidates will eventually be invited for 2 interviews.


 

“Service Civique” in a European

Anti-racist NGO

 

Description:

As a member of EGAM’s coordination staff, based in Paris, you will have the chance to get involved in the fight for a Europe of Equality. According to your skills and interests, you will help manage projects and/or participate in EGAM’s advocacy work.

  • Coordination of European projects (grassroots actions, training seminars, festivals, international meetings): invitations, logistical organisation.
  • Lobbying activities targeting national and European institutions: collection of signatures for EGAM’s manifestos and open letters, diffusion of the texts in the European press, meetings with political representatives.

 

Remuneration:
€ 570 net/month. This remuneration includes full coverage of Health Insurance and social benefits.

 

Application process and dates:

  • Send your CV and cover letter (in English or French) to the email address below.
  • Should your application be successful, you will be contacted for an interview, with a view to assuming the position a soon as possible.
  • The duration of the contract is for 8 months.

 

“Service Civique” eligibility criteria:

  • Candidate between 18 and 25 years old
  • Citizen of one of the countries of the European Economic Area, if not one-year residence permit in France or a work-permit to be eligible.

 

French “Service Civique”:

The “Service Civique” was created in 2010 by the French Government as a mechanism to encourage the young citizens’ involvement in society, and aims to promote national cohesion and social diversity. It provides a specific type of volunteering contract.

For more details about the “Service Civique”, visit its webpage: http://www.service-civique.gouv.fr/

Contact:
Email: christopher.metz@egam.eu