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Nanhe Sayane Child Rights Resource Centre project to demonstrate participatory processes with children through nanhe sayane kendras

Project Coordinator (1) to plan, facilitate and coordinate processes at the community-level (Thane slums), establish linkages with departments at the Corporation-level, network with CBOs/NGOs, and communication/advocacy campaigns at the State-level on issues related to the rights of the child.

We are looking for candidates with:
Post graduate qualifications in social sciences or equivalent Minimum five years of experience in the social development sector Capacities to plan, monitor and coordinate the project activities Strong inter-personal, group communication and writing skills

Assistant Project Coordinator (1) to plan, facilitate and coordinate functioning of nanhe sayane kendras a space for working children especially child domestic workers in Thane Corporation

We are looking for candidates with:
experience in child rights interventions masters in social sciences or equivalent degree skills in media, communication and facilitation belief in rights based approach

Women candidates are encouraged to apply. In deserving cases, applicants with alternate qualifications may be considered Please send your resume by March 31, 2005

Media matters, a registered non-profit trust, works in the area of development communication and community development for past seven years. Our community initiatives include interventions with women, children, adolescent girls and youth with the objective of demonstrating participatory community processes ensuring their rights and improving their quality of life. The communication initiative focuses on evolving participatory media/communication processes with communities and organisations through performing media, capacity building, material development and process documentation.

nanhesayane@mmindia.org