The main focus of the post is to deliver the requirements of the Peace Campaigning and Networking Programme of Quaker Peace & Social Witness, which includes promoting understanding of the peace testimony, campaigning against militarism and working supportively with other organisations on peace and disarmament.
Based at Friends House, London NW1
Hours: 35 per week
Starting salary: £32,799
Deadline for applications Monday 2 November 2009
Interviews Thursday 12 November 2009
Please quote reference number QPSW 10
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