Author: Natasha Leite

The Challenges of Working (and Living) with Sexual and Gender-Based Violence 0

The Challenges of Working (and Living) with Sexual and Gender-Based Violence

Article published first at Women Deliver Blog. You could be in Brazil, the United States, the Maldives, Thailand, France, Jordan, or, in my case right now, Kenya and talk to someone about their experiences...

Women Deliver, but we can deliver more for all women 0

Women Deliver, but we can deliver more for all women

Conference Graphic via Women Deliver From May 16-19, Copenhagen held the largest conference on sexual and reproductive health rights and the advancement of the rights for women and girls in the last decade. Women...

Practitioner’s perspective on Humanitarian issues 0

Practitioner’s perspective on Humanitarian issues

Who is Bia? I am a young humanitarian worker with experience in Eastern and Central Africa. I am from Brazil and following my graduation in International Relations, I pursued a Masters Programme in Peace...

Never Again Again 0

Never Again Again

Illustration by Erin McPhee Content warning: this post discusses sexual violence. This platform intends to create safe spaces, so we want people to engage with the subject matter without unintentionally exposing you to anything...

Working in different countries… Also known as why are working permits so hard to get? 0

Working in different countries… Also known as why are working permits so hard to get?

… Or who the hell makes up these systems? Countries make migration hard to try to “protect” their own citizens from job scarcity, which after a good hour in Google Scholar I couldn’t find...

The “Spring” of Women’s Movements in Brazil 0

The “Spring” of Women’s Movements in Brazil

This was originally posted in Shameless Magazine. Image Courtesy of Agência Brasil Fotografias If you are following the latest political news from Brazil you may have noticed that women are taking the frontlines of...

How to build your own project? 0

How to build your own project?

How to build your own project: Why am I writing about building your own project? In my personal experience, having a project helps you keep those creative juices flowing and allows you to fulfil...

Development consultancies 0

Development consultancies

For many consultancies significant work experience is required.  Larger ones such as Crown Agents are worth looking at even if you have minimal experience. Adam Smith International – Advisory Adam Smith International is a...

Why you might want to work in relief and development (and why you might not) 0

Why you might want to work in relief and development (and why you might not)

This is one of the vault posts from Humanitarian Jobs, but it is totally worth it! Some of the good things about careers in relief and development work: A job with meaning that aligns...