Anti-Trafficking Specialist, Mongolia
Organization: American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative
Reference Number: None given
Job Level: Volunteer
Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
In support of ABA ROLI’s program to strengthen strategic litigation with respect to human trafficking, the anti-trafficking specialist will share strategic litigation expertise with ABA ROLI partner NGOs representing trafficking victims. The specialist will participate in case-based meetings with Mongolian advocates; assist with developing resources on international and domestic anti-trafficking laws; and will assist in developing guidelines and methodologies for researching trafficking crimes in border areas. He or she will also participate in strategic litigation trainings for advocates in border areas and in the capital of Ulan Bator, and will help to develop and conduct a training on assessing and seeking civil damages in trafficking cases (with a focus on damages related to psychological trauma).
Law degree from an accredited university, minimum of 5 years of professional experience including work as a practicing attorney working on human trafficking cases in both criminal and civil contexts or similar type of legal assistance work. Candidate should have experience with all stages of a trafficking case, from reporting of a crime through trial, as well as assessing and seeking civil damages. Previous training experience, including development of training materials such as handbooks and manuals, is required. Work experience in international settings and familiarity with civil law (German) system strongly preferred, in addition to excellent communication skills.
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