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The American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker Organization which includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service. Its work is based on the Quaker belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Read more about AFSC's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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Padosi Fellow, Wabanaki Program
The Fellow will support the Program Director in planning, shaping, developing and implementing Wabanaki program work. The Wabanaki program does de-colonization and criminal justice organizing and education with youth ages 14-23, including hosting trainings and workshops to educate young people on the effects colonization and the criminal justice system have had on native communities in Maine, with an emphasis on incorporating creative, cultural, and artistic components that center on self-care, creative expression and healing justice.
Program Assistant at the Quaker United Nations Office
QUNO - New York is set up as a partnership between AFSC and the Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC), acting together as trustees of the Quaker witness and the Quaker presence at the United Nations in New York. The Quaker UN Committee (QUNC) for New York is responsible for setting program priorities, recommending program plans and budgets to the AFSC Board of Directors, and monitoring and evaluating the work of QUNO-New York.
QUNO staff members facilitate dialogue among UN stakeholders, help bring new ideas and perspectives from the ground to the international policy agenda, offer expert input into UN processes and represent the insights and concerns of Friends in the UN context.