Solidarity Center

Solidarity Center

Global GBVH Campaign Development Lead
Equality and Inclusion

Based in Washington, DC
(currently remote)


Global Campaign Development Lead - Gender Based Violence and Harassment (GBVH) in the World of Work (Consultancy)

Location: Remote (Global)
Approximate Duration and Level of Effort: Full time to begin immediately through January 30, 2022

Solidarity Center’s Equality and Inclusion Department (EID) seeks a full-time consultant outside the United States who will provide technical support to develop the process, framing and implementation plan of a global campaign on GBVH. Specific duties will include providing continuous support to EID in the issue campaign working group (MPower initiative), the GBVH Campaign Committee, and the campaign taskforce to develop the GBVH campaign framework and its implementation plan as well as other communication tools and resources related to the development of the issue campaign. The consultancy will be developed in coordination with the EID, and will imply close coordination with SC staff and partners, as well as MPower allies, as indicated by EID.

Potential work may include some or all of the following tasks:

  • Mapping of SC’s work on GBVH related issues, including but not limited to ratification efforts of Convention 190 (Document and presentation)
  • Develop and implement a work plan with the GBVH Campaign Committee that leads to the refinement of the campaign framework and implementation plan (Document and coordination work with the Committee and the EID Department)
  • Provide support to EID’s leadership in the issue campaign working group, the GBVH Campaign Committee, and the Campaign taskforce
  • Design a GBVH Campaign framework (3 Documents and 3 presentations corresponding to the dates of the MPower retreats and the launching of the initiative)
  • Design a final GBVH Campaign implementation plan (Document)
  • Support activities of the MPower and issue campaign working group, including the official launching.
  • Develop tools and other materials and resources related to the campaign and communications needs


  • Broad and extensive experience in designing and implementing campaigns including with multiple stakeholders
  • Knowledge of GBVH, preferably in the world of work, and effective solutions for addressing it. Familiarity with ILO convention 190 is highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated ability to build inclusive and diverse coalitions
  • Work and experience in the field of social justice, gender justice, human rights and/or labor rights
  • Experience in facilitating collaborative and participative work across regions and cultures.
  • Excellent communication skills in English. Spanish and Arabic are highly desirable

Instructions for Application
Please submit cover letter, résumé and a writing sample, ideally related to a campaign you have worked on. In your cover letter please include

  1. Hourly/daily rate(s) and anticipated types of expenses not covered in rate(s).
  2. Names and contacts (telephone and e-mail addresses) of three professional references familiar with your qualifications and work experience, ideally clients or supervisors for whom you have consulted or worked.

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Solidarity Center is the largest U.S.-based international worker rights organization. Its programs are based on the principle that, by exercising their right to freedom of association and forming trade unions and democratic worker rights organizations, working people can collectively improve their workplaces, call on governments to uphold laws and protect human rights, and be a force for democracy, social justice and inclusive economic development. Its programs in more than 60 countries focus on human and worker rights awareness, union skills, occupational safety and health, gender equality, migration and human trafficking and pro-legal strategies, as well as bolster workers in an increasingly informal economy. The primary sources of funding are from the National Endowment for Democracy and U.S. government agencies, such as the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Department of State’s Bureau for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) and the Department of Labor (DOL), in the form of cooperative agreements or grants.

The Solidarity Center cultivates the values of diversity, equality, and inclusion among its staff and partners. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected under applicable law. Candidates from traditionally underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

If you have a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please contact us at information@solidaritycenter.org.

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