Job title: Campaign Strategist

Organisation: Equality Now

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Closing date: 21 January 2020

Job description: The Campaign Strategist will work with an inter-disciplinary team to address issues of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation and ensure that all women and girls are protected by the law and can access justice. ABOUT US Equality Now is an international legal advocacy organization that seeks to protect and promote women and girls’ rights around the world. Working with grassroots organisations, human rights organisations, and individual activists, Equality Now uses the law to promote gender equality. We do this by challenging laws that discriminate against or increase the vulnerability of women and girls and promoting laws that would protect their wellbeing. Through such legal and systemic change, we hope to realize a world in which women and girls live as equal citizens, free from violence, discrimination, and exploitation. Equality Now’s work currently focuses on four programmatic areas: legal equality, ending sexual violence, ending harmful practices, and ending sex trafficking. We have offices in New York, London, Nairobi, and Beirut and a presence in India, China, and the Republic of Georgia. For more information about our programs, please visit

As a member of the programme team, the Campaign Strategist will have a portfolio of campaigns and be responsible, with other campaign team members, for delivering against agreed campaign outcomes. A typical campaign team is built around the three pathways in our theory of change - legal, advocacy, collaboration – and is comprised of a leader, a legal advisor, an advocacy strategist, and a member of the Communications team. The successful candidate will be able to take on one or more of these roles in each of the campaigns in their portfolio, depending on their skill set.

Type: Full time

Salary: competitive

How to apply: The job description is available below. To apply please send resume and cover letter to: [email protected] with the position title in the subject line. No calls please. The deadline to apply is 21 January 2020.