Women’s Rights & Gender Equality - KJHAM
Semarang, Central Java - Indonésie - Projet permanent
- Volontariat International
- 01-01-2019 - 31-12-2019
- 2 volontaires
- 20-99 ans
- 240 EUR de frais de participation
BACKGROUND: Legal Resources Centre in Gender Equality and Human Rights (LRC-KJHAM) is an NGO working on promotion of human rights and gender equality in Semarang, Central Java. It founded in 1999 and currently working on strengthening access and control of Marginal Women in Central Java for Law and Human Rights Resource; Feminism Participatory Action Research (FPAR); Women’s Right Impact Assessment (WRIA); and legal support for domestic violence and mentoring victim group. AIMS: To support LRC-KJHAM to advocate and become resource center for gender equality and human right to develop Human Right Strategy to get more access and control for marginal women.
GREAT is a non-profit NGO which organizes international workcamps in Indonesia and promotes peace through international voluntary service for youth. GREAT dream is to give the opportunity to all youth without exceptions and discrimination to access global education and experience of long-life learning through voluntary service. Mottoes of GREAT are "Think globally, act locally" and "Individually we change our selves. Together we change the world". GREAT vision is that the young generation is the agent of change toward the world friendship and peace. GREAT aims are - To promote volunteering activities as part of non-formal learning - To bring people around the world from different race, language and culture to work together - To learn how to protect the environment and to live sustainably - To know local issues in other countries to create sense of togetherness and sense of belonging as citizen of the world - To understand about other cultures from different countries to create peace.
PROJECT: Supporting LRC-KJHAM in promoting human rights, especially women rights & gender equality through different methods, depends on volunteers’ skills and interest. WORK: Volunteers are expected to have strong self-initiative and self-motivation to decide their own set of activities fit to their skills, interest, and experience. The staff LRC-KJHAM will supervise and volunteer decides in which division they can fit in. Some possible activities: 1. Supportinformation technology (IT) division, 2. Collect news on human rights related topic from newspaper, 3. Support with the documentation, 4. Support with the public relation, 5. Work together with other LRC-KJHAM staff for FPAR in some regencies and rural areas. Volunteers might need to experience live-in in the community for some days, 6. Share and support on Woman Rights Impact Assessment WRIA, 7. Support and join training and seminar held by LRC-KJHAM. *NOTE: 25 to 40 hours/week. Sometimes the volunteers are needed to support LRC-KJHAM and/or GREAT to do other voluntary actions during the weekends.
Logement & Nourriture
GREAT Volunteer House & Office. Shared room, bathroom, and kitchen. Fridge and Wifi are available.
Emplacement & Temps libre
LOCATION: Semarang City, Central Java, Indonesia. Easy access to city center and enjoy Semarang with many heritages around. https://goo.gl/maps/y5vNnFYTW9S2 MEETING POINT: GREAT Volunteer House Semarang at Jl. Kedondong Dalam V No.14, Central Lamper 50248 Semarang , Central Java, Indonesia, on volunteer’s arrival date, at 12.00 (midday), Contact GREAT Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org NEAREST TERMINAL: Ahmad Yani International Airport Semarang, IATA Code SRG. Semarang Tawang Train Station. Semarang Poncol Train Station. REMARKS: Please prepare yourself with self- learning Bahasa Indonesia before departure.; it is one of the easiest languages in the world. Only one staff of LRC – KJHAM speaks English well and view of them understands English. All of target group, the women assisted by LRC-KJHAM do not speak English.
REQUIREMENTS: Strong Motivation. Online interview will take place during the application process. STARTING DATE: Every month. Except June. MIN. DURATION: 2 months. LANGUAGE: Little English. More of basic Bahasa Indonesia. Volunteers must learn Indonesian Language prior his departure and learn legal-related terms for human rights, women rights and domestic violence (both in Indonesian and English). There will be sessions of Learning Indonesian Language in the On Arrival Training as starter only.
Participation fee: For the first month: IDR 4.000.000 (EUR 240), and then IDR 3.700.000 (EUR 225) per extra month. 60% of the fee covers the "During LMTV" costs (on arrival training, meals, daily transports, support peer volunteer system of GREAT, support project material for volunteers, GREAT t-shirt, emergency response, support for visa extension). 40% of the fee covers "Pre & Post LMTV" costs (need assessment, organizing meeting with local partners, local community, and local authorities), and "Donation for GREAT" (- To organize other events like capacity building for local volunteers, partners, staff members - To contribute to office needs and taxes, volunteer house rent and maintenance, staff salaries - To pay membership fees of Regional and Global Networks, and costs of international meetings - To cover website and social media maintenance and development, and other promotions events of IVS in Indonesia.