JOBS WORKING WITH ARMS CARRIERS

ICRC staff work with two kinds of arms carriers: 1) Regular military forces and non-State armed groups, in relation to the conduct of hostilities; 2) Law enforcement/police bodies, regarding the use of force in other situations of violence. Our mission is to support the ICRC’s dialogue with police and armed forces, improving the ICRC’s positioning and access and influencing legally compliant behaviour, in order to limit or prevent the suffering of people affected by armed conflict or other situations of violence.

SHOW MORE

 

 

 

 

 

JOBS WORKING WITH ARMS CARRIERS

ICRC staff work with two kinds of arms carriers: 1) Regular military forces and non-State armed groups, in relation to the conduct of hostilities; 2) Law enforcement/police bodies, regarding the use of force in other situations of violence. Our mission is to support the ICRC’s dialogue with police and armed forces, improving the ICRC’s positioning and access and influencing legally compliant behaviour, in order to limit or prevent the suffering of people affected by armed conflict or other situations of violence.

Save Category as RSS Feed
Search results for "". Page 1 of 1, Results 1 to 2
Title Region Job field Contract type
Reset
Delegate in charge of Relations with Police and Security Forces
Delegate in charge of Relations with Police and Security Forces Global Deployment Option Law Open-ended contract
Global Deployment Option Law Open-ended contract
Armed Forces and Non-State Armed Groups Delegate
Armed Forces and Non-State Armed Groups Delegate Global Deployment Option Law Open-ended contract
Global Deployment Option Law Open-ended contract