How we work
The EU-LAT Network has an Executive Secretariat, based in Brussels, that coordinates its actions with members in the context of three working groups: 1) Human Rights Defenders 2) Natural Resources and 3) Violence against Women.
What it means to participate in the network
Members pay a contribution (membership fee), attend meetings, actively participate in the work and promote the proper functioning of the network in their own country
What is required to join the network
To be admitted as a member of the network, it is necessary to write a formal letter to the Executive Board, in which you must make reference to your organization’s work in the region, as well as your motivations to be part of the network. This letter must be accompanied by a copy of the legal documents required by the internal regulations of the EU-LAT Network.
Once the Executive Board has considered the membership application suitable, the representatives of the interested organization will be invited to the General Assembly, or be presented by another member of the network who knows their work (preferably from the same country), with the objective of presenting their candidacy and requesting the approval of the General Assembly. The decision will be made through a vote by those present.
We are hiring an external consultant to elaborate the Multiannual EU-LAT Network Strategic Plan.
EU-LAT Network is looking for a new Policy & Communications Assistant!
We are hiring an external consultant to evaluate our Five-Year Strategic Plan
EU-LAT Network – Communication and Advocacy Internship
EU-LAT is hiring an external consultant for institutional strengthening of the network
On this page we will publish our job offers and internships. If none appear, there are no vacancies available. There are two internship periods per year, whose offers appear when the selection process is opened.