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Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel (SSAP) is an African Diaspora-led organization based in Cardiff, Wales. It is a network of African diaspora organizations and individuals in Wales who are active is supporting development initiatives in Wales and Africa. Our mission is utilize skills and expertise of African diasporas in order to inspire and inform policy and practice which lead to the reduction of poverty and the achievement of sustainable livelihoods in [Sub-Saharan] Africa. We do this through development support for diaspora communities, practical policy advice, policy-focused dissemination, campaigning, developing projects and research.
 
We are seeking to appoint:
 
Arts and Emerging Futures Coordinator (fixed term contract up to 31st March 2021, subject to Funding)
 
37.5hours per week  Based in Cardiff    
 
Salary: £22,500 per annum

 
SSAP is an expanding international development organisation. As Arts and Emerging Futures Coordinator, you will support young people and members of (SSAP) Youth Leadership Network (SLYN) to develop a youth-led imagination futures forum that will debate, explore and challenge narratives of a future where Western worldview is not the dominant one. The project will create an incubator space for young people, activism, education and networking and will design and develop educational materials and resources to increase awareness and educate people in Wales and beyond with an ultimate view to create a fairer and more equal Wales that exists within the global arena. It will explore deep narratives that young African people involved in the network have experienced, tracing them to their colonial routes and create new narratives in their stead that promote equity and diversity. Successful candidate will be responsible for building strong relationships with our operations teams and work closely with the Director. We encourage young people from minority communities to apply.
 
Closing Date: 1st November 2020
 
Interview Date: 6th November 2020 

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To Apply:

Please email humanresources@ssap.org.ukwith a letter of interest detailing the reason for your application and sent it together with your most updated CV by 30th October 2020.