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Call for Applications: CSBR Coordinator

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As the coordination of CSBR moves to GAYa NUSANTARA Foundation (GN), we are now calling for applications for the post of Coordinator hosted by GN in Surabaya, Indonesia.

Please consider applying for the position, or spread the word among your networks. A terms of reference (ToR) is listed below.
Applicants should send an email to sexbodyrights@gmail.com by Tuesday, 10 February 2015, attaching the following:
  1. An essay (max. 1,000 words) explaining why they are interested in the position and what they can bring into CSBR work in the future;
  2. A recent CV (please make sure it contains information relevant to the requirements laid out in the ToR);
  3. A recent passport-size photograph (electronic file);
  4. Two letters of recommendation from previous employers.
Short-listed candidates will be interviewed by telephone or Skype. Questions of remuneration will be discussed then.



The Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies (CSBR) is an international solidarity network of NGO representatives, academics and researchers advocating for sexual and bodily rights as human rights in Muslim societies. Its scope of work covers the Middle East, North Africa, and South and Southeast Asia. CSBR is governed by a General Assembluy of our member organizations, through an Advisory Council. The day-to-day work is carried out by a Coordinator, hosted at an elected member organization. Starting from 1 January 2015, the Coordinating Office is hosted by GAYa NUSANTARA Foundation in Surabaya, Indonesia.


• Working in consultation with the team, ensure effective coordination and implementation of the work

• Act as the focal point with member organizations, and other relevant actors

• Facilitate collaborative processes with diverse partners

• Facilitate communication among member organizations; and documentation of meetings and events

• Initiate and coordinate advocacy initiatives or influence strategies

• Initiate and coordinate activities for campaigns, meetings, and researches

• Facilitate the sharing of critical resources about the CSBR and its work with all member organizations, as well as the public, media and governments

• Assist in the development of campaigns

• Handle logistics for planned events

• Write the content of a variety of communication material (press release, flyer, statement, online post, etc.)


• Passion for women’s rights, human rights, equality and justice; demonstrated commitment to human rights issues in general, and sexual and bodily rights in particular

• Experience in playing a lead role in developing and implementing a campaign/s, experience in working with a coalition or network

• Excellent and proven communication and interpersonal skills with a wide variety of multi-cultural, multi-lingual groups and actors

• Ability to work as part of a multi-cultural team, and independently.

• Excellent written and verbal English communication skills

• Strong writing and editing skills; keen attention to detail

• Proficiency in Office applications and experience with online communications and social media

• Strong organizational skills

• Ability to multi-task

• Minimum bachelor’s degree in social sciences, human rights, international relations, communication, journalism, public administration or other related field


• Based in Surabaya, Indonesia

• This position requires some traveling

• Start Date: Immediately

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