DIGNITY - Danish Institute Against Torture is a self-governing institution independent of party politics, and it is the largest centre of its kind in the world. DIGNITY is organized in three broad themes: Rehabilitation, Detention and Urban Violence. In all three areas, we undertake interventions and we do research. DIGNITY works in Denmark as well as the Global South. Additional information regarding DIGNITY's activities can be obtained here at our website.
DIGNITY considers diversity a strength, and we therefore encourage everybody, irrespective of age, gender, religion or ethnic origin to apply for this position.
DIGNITY IS LOOKING FOR TWO LEGAL ADVISORS TO CONTRIBUTE TO FIGHTING TORTURE GLOBALLY
Would you like to work in a unique international human rights, health and development organization? And are you a talented and passionate lawyer with experience from the fields of human rights advocacy as well as prevention, documentation and investigation of torture, and finally in achieving justice and redress?
DIGNITY - Danish Institute Against Torture offers two positions as Legal Advisor, one permanent and the other temporary (3 years with possibility for extension), in the Legal Department.
Deadline for submitting your application is August 8, 2021
DIGNITY IS HIRING FOR THE INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY PLATFORM FOR BELARUS (IAPB)
Would you like to contribute to accountability in Belarus, working for a unique human rights, health and development organization in an international environment? Are you a professional with international experience in investigating and prosecuting serious human rights violations and international crimes?
DIGNITY - Danish Institute Against Torture offers up to five positions to join the IAPB. DIGNITY was founded in 1982 as one of the world's first torture rehabilitation centers. Today, we are a leading international player in research-based torture prevention and rehabilitation worldwide.
Interviews will be held on an ongoing basis
DIGNITY IS LOOKING FOR A POST DOC (2 YEARS)
Would you like contribute to a unique project were your time will be divided between Denmark and several other countries? And do you have a Ph.D., and the will to contribute to the important work at DIGNITY?
Then DIGNITY - Danish Institute Against Torture can offer you an exciting opportunity in a post-doc position for the Safe Communities Safe Schools (SCSS) research project in Indonesia. The position is funded for a 2 year period and placed in DIGNITYs Department for International Programmes.
Deadline for applications: 15 April, 2021