Victim Advocates International is seeking an in-country legal manager, in order to assist in the process of facilitating the interaction of victim groups and communities with judicial mechanisms outside Afghanistan. The in-country manager will liaise with victim communities and VAI staff remotely.
Background to Organisation
Victim Advocates International (VAI) is a global movement for victims of serious international crimes. For too long, victims of serious international crimes, including war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, have been passive observers of foreign courts and justice mechanisms. VAI was established to disrupt the way in which victims are viewed in international justice processes. It will do this by increasing their influence through collective action, and by providing resources to support victim groups to pursue their vision of obtaining a form of justice that is meaningful for them.
VAI is a platform for Victim Associations – similar to a union – where groups of victims can become members of a global movement. Becoming a member of VAI gives Victim Associations access to the VAI Secretariat: a resource hub where victims can seek support to understand how they can interact with judicial mechanisms; access resources on how to develop their own movement; and connect with other Victim Associations around the globe to understand what other groups in similar positions do.
VAI works with both established Victim Associations and specifically targets marginalised members of victim communities to create their own groups and develop their own vision for justice. By doing this, VAI ensures that the most marginalised of the marginalised can access justice mechanisms with their own voice.
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