|Organisation :||University of Victoria - Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives|
|Type :||Établissement d'enseignement|
|Mandat :||CAPI has nearly 20 years of experience in the Asia-Pacific region and consists of a Director, three professional staff, and three Program Chairs with expertise in Southeast Asia, the Pacific, China and Japan. Mandated by the Government of Canada and the University of Victoria to expand and strengthen links with the Asia-Pacific region, CAPI maintains an extensive network of partners and Associates throughout Canada and the Asia-Pacific region and carries out multidisciplinary initiatives including international projects and conferences, public lectures, publications, communications, research and policy development. In addition to our international conferences and networks, CAPI was involved with two CIDA-funded projects in Vietnam and Cambodia focusing on governance. Our internship project, now in its seventh year, is a vital component of our international work and benefits substantially from the fact that we are in the region on a regular basis, and have very strong links with our partner organizations. CAPI also draws upon significant expertise in its staff, Chairs, and Associates to provide training and mentorship to the young people who participate in our project.|
|Adresse :||PO Box 1700 STN CSC, Sedgewick Building, Room C147
Victoria, British Columbia,
FAX: (250) 721-3107
|Veuillez visiter le site Internet de l'organisation offrant ce stage pour connaître ses exigences avant de lui envoyer votre curriculum vitae.|
|Personne ressource :||Kristy Farkas|
|Site Web en français :|
|Site Web en anglais :||www.capi.uvic.ca/opportunities/internship-program|
|Ville :||Quezon City|
|Secteur :||Promotion de la bonne gouvernance|
|Description du stage :||
The intern will be actively involved in Isis' research and community outreach initiatives that include the
support of women's access to, and effective use of, alternative communication channels and tools as well as broadening the reach of community and independent media. The intern will be engaged in writing and editing articles and producing publications for Women in Action magazine and an e-newsletter. The intern will also assist in delivering Isis' capacity-building training programs for women's and community groups at the national, regional and international levels.
The intern must meet basic eligibility criteria for YES and IYIP, and beyond this will have the following qualifications: ability to conduct research; strong writing and communication skills, excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills, ability to take initiative where appropriate and to work collaboratively; commitment to, and knowledge of, women's rights issues and basic knowledge of relevant UN and regional human rights mechanisms; ability to network, both locally and regionally; strong computer skills (including web design and desktop publishing); radio broadcasting skills would be an asset.
|Organisation d'accueil :||Isis International (ISIS)|
|Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil :||Isis International is information and communication organization focusing on women, and especially young women, as new leaders. Their goals are to democratize access to, and participation of, women in the media, and information and communication technologies (ICTs); to build capacity, strengthen and support southern feminist analyses, to engage in policy interventions and practices on key gender, communications, human rights and development issues; and to link women’s organizations, and other social movements around the world. As Communication and Media Specialists, the interns will contribute to Isis’ current projects on: media and ICTs for social transformation; monitoring the gains of the women’s movement and continuing engagement in UN processes; developing southern feminist
approaches to development; advocating women’s access to, and effective use of, alternative communication channels and tools; supporting and broadening the reach of community and independent media; and the development of new ICTs. In addition to contributing to Isis’ publications, the interns will assist in organizing and leading some of their ongoing capacity-building, media-focused workshops and seminars for women.