|Title||Expert – Human Rights & Detention Reform|
Siren helps develop safe and secure societies where there is equal access to justice and freedom from fear. Specialising in civil policing transformation, security and justice programming, and broader public sector reform, we empower and build the capabilities of organisations to become more responsive to the needs of communities. We support our clients through the process of strategic change, combining an Organisation Development approach with advanced technology and customised solutions.
Committed to making a difference, we believe that the development of capabilities cannot be done for organisations - it must be done by and in effective partnership with them. As a result, our approach is collaborative, client-centered and holistic. We employ rigorous problem analysis and innovative interventions that are gender and conflict sensitive to drive sustainable change. Working in post-conflict and fragile states, we recognise the value of being flexible, adaptable and responsive to our clients’ changing needs.
Siren is an international non-profit organization with headquarters in Beirut and project offices in both Beirut and Jordan. For more information, see: www.sirenassociates.com
The Human Rights and Detention Reform Expert will be part of a team delivering a major security and justice programme in Lebanon. She/he would provide technical assistance in the design, development, and delivery of a human rights components targeting the Lebanese criminal justice sector focused on the issue of overcrowding in Lebanese detention facilities as well as human rights capacity building within the national police force. The initial contract would be for six months. Siren envisions the possibility of further work in this area, depending on this initial phase.
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