International Bureau for Children’s Rights has posted 13 jobs
Headquartered in Montreal (Canada) since 1994, the International Bureau for Children's Rights (the Office or IBCR) is an international non- governmental organization whose mission is to contribute to the promotion and protection of children's rights worldwide according to the Convention of the United Nations children's rights in 1989. with the aim to support the effective implementation of the Convention in Burkina Faso, it is essential to develop an efficient strategy for capacity building actors of the child protection system.
FOUNDED IN 1994, THE INTERNATIONAL BUREAU FOR CHILDREN’S RIGHTS IS AN INTERNATIONAL NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATION THAT HAS CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL OF THE UNITED NATIONS (ECOSOC).
The IBCR team is made up of 30 professionals as well as numerous qualified interns. Together, they promote children’s rights across the Americas, the Middle East and Asia. The team also includes coordinators and volunteers who work in the field with the Bureau’s local partners.
Since its creation, the IBCR has carried out mandates in nearly 45 countries and shared its expertise with more than 50,000 people to help them better protect the rights of thousands of children.
Goal: Build a world in which the full rights of the child are respected
Values: Responsibility, collaboration and respect
Operating procedures: Ensure all operations are adapted to local contexts and needs; integrate local knowledge; promote child participation; create a lasting impact