Email: jonathan@therightethos.co.uk | Tel: 01227 639768

Email: jonathan@therightethos.co.uk
Tel: 01227 639768

Campaigns Coordinator

Location: Home-based Brussels, Belgium London

Salary expectation: £41,670

Application deadline: Sun 28th February

This is a full-time role

Publish What You Pay (PWYP) is the world’s largest network of civil society organisations campaigning for open and accountable oil, gas and mining sectors.

With more than 1000 member organisations in over 50 countries, our strength lies in our ability to coordinate action nationally and globally, maximising our collective voice to push for policy and behaviour change in governments and businesses.

Our global strategy, Vision 2025, sets out our people-centred agenda for the extractive sector. Vision 2025 builds on our success in securing unprecedented levels of transparency from the extractive industries while placing more emphasis on making sure that transparency leads to broader changes that improve the lives of citizens in resource rich countries. It prioritises greater citizen participation in the governance of oil, gas and mineral extraction so that people can exercise their right to take part in decisions that affect them and can hold the powerful to account. It also aims to connect to international efforts to curb poverty and promote sustainable development, redress inequality and prevent climate disaster.

The Role

You’ll join PWYP’s new Communications & Campaigns Department. This department conceives and executes powerful network-driven advocacy campaigns and strategic communications that progress our people-centred agenda for extractive industries. Working across our 1000-strong global movement, this department ensures the political analysis, storytelling, visibility and coordination needed to make the voice of the PWYP movement more powerful than the sum of its parts and achieve real change in the policies and practices of key players in the extractives sector.

The Communications & Campaigns Department also amplifies the voices of our members in key regional and international fora, and supports effective knowledge-sharing among members to strengthen advocacy impact and to realise the achievement of the collective goals in Vision 2025.

Deadline: Sun 28th February