MIT researcher redefining the uterus, Afropunk concert, Human rights researchers at ARTICLE19

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They call it a 'women's disease' – she wants to redefine it: As a bioengineer, Linda Griffith once grew a human ear on the back of a mouse. Now she is reframing endometriosis as a key to unlocking some of biology’s greatest secrets. Her research highlights what a remarkable organ the uterus truly is. → Story

A micro-documentary on individual action in global movements: "We all feel the urgency of the climate crisis, but we're still stuck in the binary. Is it up to us as individuals to solve this? Or do we put our faith in governments and companies to change their ways?" → Watch

Feminist methodologies in artificial intelligence: How can AI innovation and social systems innovation be catalysed simultaneously create a positive movement for social change larger than the sum of the data science or social science? An upcoming Stanford seminar will collect experiences from different disciplines to draft a blueprint for a better digital future. → Event


North America 
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Media-Remote-Social media manager, The Juggernaut 
NGO-Remote-Research analyst, Data & Society Research Institute
NGO-Remote-Comms associate, Women Deliver
NGO-Remote-Associate editor, The Fuller Project
Media-Remote-Racial justice editor, YES! 
Development-Remote-Impact coordinator, Caravela Coffee
NGO-Remote-Design associate, Supermajority Education
Retail-Remote-Summer marketing intern, Healthy Roots
Retail-Remote-Social media manager, Healthy Roots
Gov-Remote-Policy associate, ACT
Media-Remote-Politics editor, The Juggernaut
NGO-Multiple-Business + human rights associate, Human Rights Watch
Gov-DC-Student assistant (public diplomacy/culture), Denmark in USA
NGO-DC-Reproductive health/rights assistant, NWLC
NGO-NY-LGBTQ+ coordinator, Human Rights Watch
NGO-Chicago-Fellowship coordinator, Freedom School
Tech-LA-Community support lead, Sunroom
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Tech-Remote-Multiple roles (engineering/data), Clio
NGO-Vancouver-Student assistant + artistic director, Arts Umbrella 
NGO-Montreal-Youth coordinator, DisAbled Women's Network

Asia + Oceania 
NGO-Sexual & reproductive health comms interns, IPPF
Media-Southeast Asia editor, Rest of World
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Media-Tokyo-Economics news correspondent, Thomson Reuters 
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NGO-Cox Bazar-Rohingya program manager, Legal Action
NGO-Cox Bazar-Project assistant, iMMAP
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Media-Manila-Multiple roles, Thomson Reuters 
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Politics-Victoria-Comms adviser + Elders' voice coordinator, First Peoples' Assembly
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NGO-Jakarta-Multiple roles (comms/policy/HR), Econusa Foundation
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NGO-Remote-Human rights fellowship, Galina Starovoitova
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NGO-Remote-Gender + peacebuilding adviser, International Alert
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NGO-Multiple locations & roles (coordinators, fundraising), Pravah 
NGO-Remote-'Rise for her' fellowship, Milaan
NGO-Bangalore-Partnerships coordinator, Oxfam 

Africa + Middle East
NGO
-Legal adviser (Syria crisis) in Amman or Beirut, Legal Action
Philanthropy-Feminist translators/interpreters, African Women's Development
Philanthropy-Capacity building consultancies, African Women's Development
Media-Fact checking + research fellows, Kwame Karikari
NGO-Gender + social inclusion proposals, FEMNET
Ed-African studies postdoctoral research fellowship, Harvard African Studies Center
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NGO-Erbil-Project manager (covid response in Syria), iMMAP
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NGO-Dakar-Human rights education officer, Amnesty
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Ed-Remote-Project administrator, Valenture Institute
Ed-Remote-Digital designer, Valenture Institute 
Ed-Pretoria-2 yr course on SRHR, Center for Human Rights
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NGO-Nairobi-Funding manager, Center Reproductive Rights
Philanthropy-Nairobi-Collaboration manager, Co-Impact
NGO-Nairobi-HR adviser, IPPF
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NGO
-Amman-Analyst (covid response), iMMAP
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NGO-Niamey-Operations manager, INSO
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NGO-Multiple-Consultant for testimonial collection, Médicins du Monde
NGO-Tunis-Researcher, Amnesty 
 
Europe 
Policy-Disability Trainee, EU Agency for Rights
Policy-Romani Trainee, EU Agency for Rights
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Consulting-Córdoba-Ops coordinator, Drimcom
Media-Madrid-Visuals journalist, Thomson Reuters
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NGO-Brussels-Youth engagement assistant, Plan Int
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NGO-Remote-Women/peace/security expert, Cordaid
NGO-Remote-Project officer, Aidsfonds
NGO-Hague-Anti corruption officer, Cordaid
NGO-Amsterdam-Digital comms associate, Mama Cash
Consulting-Amsterdam-Multiple internships, weGrow
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NGO-Chios-Project coordinator, Action for Education
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NGO-Remote-Gender project manager, streetfootballworld
NGO-Remote-Community intern, streetfootballworld
NGO-Berlin/Bonn-Comms (student) intern, Int. Rescue Committee
NGO-Berlin-Campaigns intern, We Move Europe
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NGO-Remote-Graphic design consultancy, UNICEF
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Ed-Geneva-Project coordinator (gender/sustainability), Int. Development
NGO-Geneva-Multiple assistantships, Quaker UN Office
NGO-Zürich-Outreach associate, Human Rights Watch
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NGO-Copenhagen-Comms intern, Int. Group Indigenous Affairs
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Media-Remote-Editor in chief, Gal-Dem
NGO-Remote-Comms assistant, Equal Measures 
Development-Remote-Digital comms officer, Aga Khan
NGO-Remote-Advocacy intern, Center Feminist Foreign Policy
NGO-Multiple-Project coordinator, Environmental Justice
NGO-Bradford-Community specialist, Hope for Justice 
NGO-London-Human rights interns, Environmental Justice
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Ed-Paris-Data analyst apprentice, OpenClassrooms
Media-Paris-Community builder, Guiti News
NGO-Paris-MEL officer, ACTED 

Latin America
NGO-Diversity + inclusion consultants, Int. Rescue Committee
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Media-Buenos Aires-Multiple internships, Thomson Reuters
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Development-Remote-Relationship builder, Caravela Coffee
NGO-Bogotá-Associate, Center Reproductive Rights
NGO-Bogotá-Expert coordinator, iMMAP
Ed-Bogotá-Learning design consultant, Coursera 
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Media-Multiple roles & locations, Thomson Reuters 

Remote 
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NGO-Consultants for global study on a feminist approach to the safety of journalists, ARTICLE19 
Tech-Student ambassador intern, MURAL
NGO-Reporter (Asia, Middle East or Africa based), The Fuller Project
NGO-Digital comms intern, Minority Rights Group 
NGO-Multiple roles (internships expire tonight!), Refugees International
NGO-Trust + safety specialist, Wikimedia Foundation
NGO-Digital fundraising specialist, Oxfam
NGO-Counter terrorism fellow, Rise to Peace
NGO-Human rights researcher (right to protest), ARTICLE19 
Media-Collaborator for podcast on mental health (USA focused), Sozosei Foundation
Ed-Content localization specialist, OpenClassrooms 
Ed-Product manager (community data), MURAL
Entrepreneurship-Multiple roles (internships/assistants/coordinators), Empow'Her 
Ed-Staff writer (anti-harassment), Ethena
Development-Interns, Islamic Bank 
Marketing-Climate change comms specialist, Empower
Ed-Multiple roles (community/partnerships/marketing), Outlier
NGO-Campaign associate, Wikimedia Foundation
NGO-Feminist journalists program, AWID

🌈to celebrate your talent 

Journalists from across Eastern Europe are invited to pitch collaborative cross-border stories! The new project founded in collaboration with the Prague Media School will support crowdfunding campaigns for independent journalists to strengthen media freedom. 

A 3-week virtual technology leadership program for conflict-affected and refugee youth from the Middle East.

25 young gender advocates will be selected to join an advocacy school for gender and politics in July. The purpose of the five-day school is to create a platform for exchange, capacity building. It will also look to develop practical advocacy campaigns on women’s political participation and gender equality in politics.

A grant program to strengthen the capacities of LGBTQI+ organisations in Europe to achieve change in the current landscape of rising anti-LGBTQI+ forces.

African women artists and creatives are invited to submit their work for the website of the House of African Feminisms project.

Summer School in Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy is a 10-day training initiative aimed at young professionals to learn how to use film as a tool for social change. Among many other perks, you'll network with experts from the human rights arena and professionals from the film industry.

💡to learn

The world's first deodorant for people with disabilities was recently launched to the public! 

A new report highlighting how women are transforming technology for gender equality with findings from 54 countries and 400+ participants.  

For freelance journalists: resources to battle mis- and disinformation in news
 
📆to join

6 May Four anti-racism youth voices in the UK will discuss how they are pushing for changes in their communities, and how we can build anti-racism into the structures around us. It's a fantastic opportunity to connect and learn from a group of young activists leading local change across education, policy, agriculture, and media. 

12 May Panelists across fields including criminology, wellness, and computer science come together for a cyberbullying symposium.

21 May A poetry reading by Dr. Therí Pickens, a Professor of English, specializing in African American, Arab American and disability literatures and theories. She is the author of two books: New Body Politics (Routledge, 2014) and Black Madness : Mad Blackness (Duke 2019). 

Elements of jazz and blues are infused with African rhythms in Brazilian singer Luedji Luna's virtual concert. Luna is a powerhouse, entrancing and elegant, soulful and spiritual.  

What it's like to live a day in the life of a world famous comedian.   

A community celebrating the street style of 50+ year olds. Note the not dead yet look. 

Perhaps the most under-explored disease: correctile dysfunction

The remarkable story of electronic music’s female pioneers, composers who embraced machines, and their liberating technologies that transformed how we produce and listen to music today. 

🕊The role of poetry in Hope – an interview with U.S Poet Laureate Joy Harjo🕊

 "So what do we do with all this grief? That’s where poetry and the arts come in. And that’s why poetry has had such a place during this time of social outrage for so many. Poetry can hold contradictions, can hold grief that’s too heavy to bear, can hold questions, usually by asking more questions. I don’t know that poetry answers anything, but it certainly makes a place for the unanswerable."



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