Oxfam GB is the UK member of Oxfam, a global movement of people working to overcome poverty and suffering.
Oxfam is an international confederation of 17 organizations working in approximately 94 countries worldwide to find solutions to poverty and injustice around the world.
I work as a regional compliance coordinator with Oxfam.
Campaigns and Community Rights & Justice litigator.
Maram Sulieman Maram Sulieman is Jordanian and has lived in Amman, since 1987. Since 2009, Maram Graduated from Hashemite University in Jordan with a Bachelor degree in economics and started the journey to get several years of professional experience in different industries. Experience in customer service, marketing, business development and project management with profit and non-profit sectors, as well as resource mobilization and strategic partnership building. My cultural background and focus on community collaboration has led me to a number of volunteer opportunities and community leadership roles. Professional objective of joining a values-driven international organization, with potential to thrive and have maximum impact on society. Specific organization of interest: UN, INGOs and NGOs Specialties: Building bridges between donor and organizations, Collective Impact and Shared Value Strategies, Public-Private partnerships, Project Management, Negotiation, Corporate Social Responsibility, Key Account Management, Business Development, Resource Mobilization, Marketing & Communication. My focus at the moment and my plan for the next 3 years is to develop my knowledge, skills and my abilities in gender and women’s rights.
My expertise is in Gender Equality, access to information and legal empowerment. I am looking forward to learning from other countries' experiences on access to information and legal empowerment.
I'm M&E since three year, i have begin like Date clerk and today i'm M&E officer. I have spent all my experiences in humanitarian organization.
Project Manager at Oxfam GB for Women Access to Justice project, which is implemented in: Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, and Yemen. Office based: Lebanon Women Access to Justice development objective is to contribute to equitable access to formal and informal justice for poor and vulnerable women in the targeted countries. Women’s access to justice is considered to include three pillars: ability of women to use existing justice institutions, supportive environment for women seeking to access justice, and an accessible justice system with fair and gender-sensitive mechanisms for justice provision. "There is nothing called one solution for all... It's all contextual and relative."
I work as a grant manager at Oxfam America, and I would like to get access to your resources because a lot of our work is centered around policy and advocacy in the context of human rights violations - such as land grabs, etc.
Land rights advocate
I work on Monitoring & Evaluation for Oxfam and interested in the measurement of Legal Empowerment. Keen to learn about what Namati members have experienced about what works/doesn't in this field.
UK trained lawyer with experience working with a number of NGOs in Europe and South East Asia on environmental law and business and human rights.
Regional project officer at Oxfam GB Regional Gender Justice Programme. We work on promoting gender justice.
I am currently the Policy Lead for the Rohingya crisis response in Bangladesh for Oxfam. I have worked in the fields of forced migration and women's rights for more than a decade and hold an LLM in IHL, International Refugee Law and International Criminal Justice.
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