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Ala Mindicanu (cenefe@mailcity.com)
Mon, 21 Sep 1998 15:44:18 -0700


Dear friends,
Thank you for all your information. I am sorry that I could not answered you before. I am very busy - Parliament, delegations, NGO etc. A propos, I created a new NGO - National Council of Women and the first aim of us is struggle with trafic of women and education of young generation in this issue. We organized a special meeting in our club " 10+ " formed by journalists-women and invited TV, radio, Interpol people etc. Few days ago I so the reportage on TV about this event. In one-two weeks we will have other two meetings in this issue - on Radio and TV, with participation of two women who have been sold and tortured in other countries. With American Embassy we will publish any advises for young girls from the schools and universities. We will see your movie on our TV.I will communicate you about the results of our activity.
Thank you again for you help. I "ll print your information and I'll
use it in my work here.

My best wishes,

Ala Mindicanu,

Chisinau

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INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM STAFF ATTORNEY

The Center for Reproductive Law & Policy (the CRLP) is a non-profit
legal and policy advocacy organization dedicated to promoting women's
reproductive rights. CRLP's domestic and international programs engage
in litigation, policy analysis, legal research and public education
seeking to achieve women's equality in society and ensure that all women
have access to appropriate and freely chosen reproductive health
services. The central mission of our international program is the
achievement of enforceable reproductive rights and accessible
reproductive health care for women around the world.

Responsibilities: The Staff Attorney will be responsible for legal and
policy analyses of reproductive rights issues in Eastern and Central
Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States and Baltic nations. In
particular, the Staff Attorney will: conduct general legal and policy
research; develop a legal framework for reproductive rights as
international human rights; undertake and supervise overseas
collaborative projects in this European region that are either legal or
policy oriented; analyze the manner in which U.S. laws and international
policies impact women's reproductive rights in this European region;
draft reproductive rights related submissions in multilateral contexts;
represent the organization in international, regional, and national
fora; and engage in extensive public speaking. Significant
international travel required. Responsibilities also include
supervision of regional projects, consultants and staff.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor or equivalent foreign law degree required.
The candidate should have at least 4 years of legal experience,
preferably in international human rights law. Expertise in Eastern and
Central Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States and Baltic
nations required. Knowledge of women's rights is important, as is
expertise in reproductive rights or women's health. The candidate must
possess excellent writing, editing and oral skills, be a resourceful
researcher and be capable of working efficiently under pressure.
Fluency in English required and knowledge of Russian or a regional
language is preferred. Experience in project and personnel supervision
a plus. Salary commensurate with experience.

Send cover letter, resume, writing sample and three references to the
New York office: Attn. CIS/CEE Staff Attorney Search Committee.

Deadline for applications: November 16, 1998

The Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Date of this posting: September 17, 1998


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