The Atlantic Fellows programme in Social and Economic Equity, housed within the LSE’s International Inequalities Institute (III) is recruiting a Global Network Officer.
They are looking for a driven and inspiring individual with experience in building meaningful relationships across global networks, particularly at the intersection of social movements, civil society and academia. Ideally, s/he will have a strong understanding of global inequalities, of trajectories for social change and be attuned to the needs of leaders who are working to bring about a more equitable and just world. S/he will have experience in designing intellectually stimulating and transformative experiences that transcend a range of disciplines, allow for horizontal learning and peer-to-peer exchange and that connect to practical outcomes.
Atlantic Fellows are deeply committed to fighting inequalities, with a particular concern to share experiences from different parts of the world, especially the global south. Delivered with academic nodes in Africa, South America and Asia as well as non-academic collaborating partners, ours is one of six ground-breaking Atlantic Fellowship programmes which focus on racial, health and social equity through a range of engagements around the world.
Together, we are dedicated to empowering a community of emerging leaders working to advance just and equitable societies.
For more info about the role and how to apply: http://bit.ly/2xKrKAR+