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Trustee, Global Dialogue

Global Dialogue is an international philanthropy support organisation partnering with funders to advance rights, equity and diversity. Independent in status and global in reach, we provide funder networks, collaboratives and their partners with practical support and technical expertise to create lasting change. We seek to appoint up to three new trustees in 2024 who are committed to our mission and share our aspirations.

  • diversity, equity and inclusion, anti-racism or anti-oppression work
  • an international perspective on human rights or social justice work, from individuals based either in the UK or overseas; we are particularly interested in hearing from potential trustees from the global south
  • grantmaking experience, especially with participatory or trust-based approaches
  • charity finance, particularly in relation to a larger charity
  • brand, communications and voice If you share our commitment to advancing rights, equity and diversity in philanthropy, we would be delighted to hear from you.

The Global Dialogue board meets six times a year. In addition to these formal board meetings board members may, time permitting, advise staff informally between meetings, participate in working groups, or act as board links to programme advisory groups. All meetings take place online, except for one in-person meeting in London each year (usually in September) although remote participation in this meeting is also enabled. Reasonable costs incurred as a result of attending in-person meetings are paid.

For full details and how to apply, click here. The application deadline is 30th April.

Project Officer, Hamrah

Hamrah is a new initiative that responds to the enormous challenges facing Afghan civil society organisations (CSOs) forced into exile, particularly women-led organisations. It aims to facilitate collaboration, knowledge sharing, and advocacy to help protect the rights of vulnerable groups in Afghanistan, including women and girls. Through sustained support and resources, Hamrah envisions a strengthened Afghan civil society equipped with the necessary organisational infrastructure, leadership skills, and collaborative networks to protect hard-won gains and continue strengthening rights and protections for vulnerable groups.

The Project Officer will support Hamrah’s mission by streamlining and strengthening communication, coordination, and outreach among stakeholders, including the partner cohort, mentors, the board of advisors, team members and wider Afghan civil society. The role demands a proactive approach to keeping lines of communication open, addressing queries and concerns promptly, and identifying opportunities for collaboration. The Project Officer will also play a key role in supporting the effective and smooth implementation of project activities, and in ensuring that stakeholders remain actively engaged. This role requires excellent interpersonal, cultural competency and communication and outreach skills and thrives on teamwork, adaptability, and a keen ability to connect with external partners.

  • Location: UK, Europe or International (remote working with some travel)
  • Terms: Full time, Permanent (subject to funding)
  • Salary: £36,000 pro rata if the successful candidate is UK-based. For overseas candidates an equivalent package will be negotiated.
  • Benefits: For UK-based employees, we offer a range of benefits including 25 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (pro rata). Global Dialogue contributes 6% to its workplace pension, has a flexible working policy, and offers personal development leave.
  • Timeline: Interviews are scheduled to take place virtually during the week of May 6th.
  • Start date:

For full details and how to apply, click here. The application deadline is 3rd May.

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