University degree in law, labour or other relevant field; At least three years of research experience on labour rights including relevant international conventions,
Democracy Reporting International (DRI) is a non-partisan, independent, not-for-profit organisation registered in Berlin. DRI promotes political participation of citizens, accountability of state bodies and the development of democratic institutions world-wide. DRI helps support local ways of promoting the universal right of citizens to participate in the political life of their country, as enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).
DRI is operating in Sri Lanka since 2016 and has implemented various democratic strengthening projects with the support of the German Federal Foreign Office, the European Union, and the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs. DRI has specifically worked on the promotion of human and labour rights within the framework of the European Union's Generalized Scheme of Preferences Plus (GSP+), supporting civil society and social partners in monitoring relevant human and labour rights conventions under the GSP+ process and promoting advocacy for enhanced state compliance for the protection of Sri Lankans' rights.
Under the supervision of the Project Manager, the National Legal Expert Labour Rights will undertake the following tasks to provide research and contribute to training content as well as recommend activity design for civil society labour rights monitoring.
March 28, 2019
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