1530Re: [PeaceGeneration] Fwd: [pcmi_jogja] Fwd: [UNORC-IMS] [Fwd: Peace Brigades International (PBI) Indonesia Project Positions]
- Jan 22, 2007iya.. coba aja PBInyaenak kok...trainingnya menyenangkan & dari seluruh negaradah gtu gratis semua & dpt byk ilmu ok..apalagi training nya di jogjaklo orang Indonesia hanya boleh diParcipatory Peace Education Sub Team Volunteersaku punya kontak di PBI, tapi dia di bagian Finance...namanya Bowo :081514033199biasanya nanya ttg kegiatan sehari-hari..klo aku dlu ada wawancara via teleponjd cb aj coz peacegen jg basisnya kan jg ttg peace...sukses y..
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Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 06:45:47 -0800 (PST)
Subject: [pcmi_jogja] Fwd: [UNORC-IMS] [Fwd: Peace Brigades International (PBI) Indonesia Project Positions]Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 06:44:26 -0500 (EST)Note: forwarded message attached.
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Subject: [UNORC-IMS] [Fwd: Peace Brigades International (PBI) Indonesia
From: "Aceh Institute" <info@...>
For those who are interested in volunteering works with PBI:
Peace Brigades International (PBI) Indonesia Project Positions Available:
Participatory Peace Education sub-team Volunteers.
Both Indonesian Nationals and International applicants are encouraged to
Protective Services sub-team Volunteers. International applicants are
encouraged to apply.
When: Closing date for applications is 2 February 2007. Volunteer
Training is in early March 2007 in Yogyakarta,(Indonesia). This ten-day
training will be the final step in the application process. The training
will be conducted in English. Having sufficient Indonesian & English
language skills volunteers can join the teams.
Where: Current sub-teams are working in Jakarta, Aceh and Papua.
Peace Brigades International (PBI) Indonesia Project PBI is a
non-profit, nongovernmental organisation (NGO) that works to establish
justice and peace in the world through non-violent action. To do this we
send unarmed international peace teams, when invited, into areas of
repression or conflict to provide Protective Services to those who are
threatened due to their work for human rights and for the creation of a
just peace within their own country. In all of its work, PBI is
committed to the principles of non-violence, non-partisanship, and
non-intervention. Since 2000, PBI's Peace Education Program has been
cooperating with local partners to provide workshops and trainings to
Indonesian civil society groups. The Participatory Peace Education
sub-teams work with local organisations to implement community
peace-building activities. Activities are conducted upon request from
local organisations in Aceh and Papua and possibly in various other
provinces across Indonesia. The expectation is that activities will be
based on a longer term presence of the team in a conflict area, working
closely with local communities. The development and maintenance of peace
education resources will be one of the ongoing activities. The
Protective Services sub-teams will work to increase the working space of
Human Rights Defenders throughout Indonesia. Protective Services not
only include physical accompaniment of Human Rights Defenders at their
offices, homes or on field trips but also entail any activity that
protects and encourages local Human Rights Defenders to stay active and
committed to building a more just society. In order to provide these
services, the team members develop strong networks at regional, national
and international levels. All teams conduct research to analyse the
conflicts in areas where PBI conducts activities in order to include the
effectiveness of existing PBI activities and peace-building strategies.
They maintain correspondence with the Project and write reports on
sub-team activities and program development. These are in Indonesian
(with most local contacts) and English (within the Project and
18 months full time volunteer contract. (12 or 15 months contracts to be
discussed with the Human Resources Coordinator) Benefits: Volunteer
stipend/local living allowance, accommodation, medical and
living/working costs; return travel/flight from place of origin and
repatriation allowance. Training: Professional development training will
occur in March in Indonesia. The Indonesia Project covers most of the
training costs; however, there is a sliding-scale fee, which is expected
to be borne by the volunteer. Volunteers accepted with limited or no
Bahasa Indonesian will be expected to spend 3-4 months in language
school before commencing work with the team. Insufficient English
language skills need to be improved as a prerequisite to starting on a
team. There are limited scholarships available for exceptional
applicants (funds permitting), where volunteers are unable to meet the
cost of the training and/or language study. Applicants should indicate
in the initial application if a scholarship is required to help cover
1. Qualifications of PBI Team Volunteers: 1. Knowledge, skills and
- Excellent Bahasa Indonesian and English language skills, both written
- Demonstration of a strong commitment to human rights and social justice.
- Excellent computer skills, including MS Office( Excel and Word are a
- A commitment to non-violence, empowerment and social justice
- Demonstration of physical, emotional, and psychological stability
Additional skills of PPE Volunteers:
- Skills in training or education including experience and knowledge of
- Knowledge or practical experience with peace-building and nonviolent
conflict resolution or other related disciplines with a social justice
- Experience in working with conflict
- Experience with local Non-Government, religious or social organisations.
- Knowledge about or prior experience with PBI
- Previous experience working in a non-hierarchical group that makes
decisions by consensus.
- Willingness to work in conflict zones
- Commitment to work for an 18 month period
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Ability to live in a group environment
- Commitment to a grass-roots lifestyle
- Commitment to empowering others
- Awareness of the complexities of working in a multi-cultural environment
- Flexibility in responding to changing priorities
- Ability to manage stress
- Strong understanding of, and commitment to, nonviolent communication
both on the team and in the community
- Understanding of the need for non-partisanship on the project and
ability to work in a non-partisan manner
- Readiness and willingness to live for a long period of time in a rural
area in very simple living conditions, and under a lot of stress.
Volunteers will need to understand the possible risks they face
It is expected that a PBI team volunteer will be 25 years of age or
over. A younger applicant may be considered at the discretion of the
Indonesia Project. In order to apply, fill in the Application and
Reference forms which can be obtained by sending a short email to
PBItraining@... or online at www.peacebrigades.org by the 2
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