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International Lobby & Advocacy Coordinator, Clean Clothes Campaign, CCC

Deadline for application: 29 September 2019

Job summary

Clean Clothes Campaign International Office is looking for an International Lobby & Advocacy Coordinator.

Location: Amsterdam or Brussels


Job description

Develop & implement high-level and impact-oriented lobby and advocacy strategies based on the CCC Network Global Strategic Framework themes towards companies, governments, international organisations, the business and human rights community, and other relevant (multi-stakeholder) initiatives.

Develop key lobby messages, talking points and briefings, represent the CCC IO or the CCC Network at meetings and in international working groups, delegations and negotiations.

Be part of the small Lobby and Advocacy team, which brings together the lobby actions from other teams to form a coherent strategy, ensures there is consistency in messaging and approach, and develops and maintains effective relationships with key decision makers and allies in the global labour and human rights movement.

Work with the other teams at the International Office of the CCC as well as the entities in the network (including national and regional CCC coalitions and CCC Working International Groups), to ensure that strategies are developed and well coordinated and to enable and support colleagues and entities in carrying out lobby and advocacy work.

Monitor key developments in the field, proactively communicate such developments to the network, and where required develop and provide a CCC Network or IO position.

Please note that the CCC IO is a small, hands-on organisation where staff is expected to contribute to the development of the organisation by sharing overhead tasks where needed, and participate actively in policy development.

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by eub2 -- last modified 09 September 2019