Geospatial Specialist – Human Rights, Amnesty International



Amnesty International has been using remote sensing for over 10 years to document human rights violations. Remote sensing has been successfully used to document housing demolitions, destruction of civilian infrastructure, secret detention facilities or the impact of extractive industries on communities, among other issues. The organization is looking to expand this approach, especially considering new commercial and technological developments. In order to meet increased demand, we are seeking a geospatial specialist to support the organization’s use of remote sensing and other geospatial analysis techniques for human rights documentation. This is a full time consultancy position, limited initially to 12 months.

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