The HCLU is Seeking a New Staff Member

The HCLU is looking for a full-time employee for the position of Coordinator for its new program. Click on for details!

We are seeking a person who is interested in and is dedicated to domestic and international civil and human rights issues. The candidate should be able to work alone, as well as in a multi-cultural environment as part of an international network. He/she should also have excellent writing skills and should be able to communicate with ease. Fluency in English is a must, Russian language knowledge and a university degree could serve as advantages.

If you are interested, please send your English CV and Motivation Letter to tasz@tasz.hu by March 20th.

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