Greenpeace Belgium vzw zoekt Allyship Coordinator

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Greenpeace is a global environmental justice organization. In an increasingly complex world, the organization has embraced the principles of working with allies, advocating for social justice, and integrating intersectionality into its mission. This approach is rooted in the understanding that environmental problems cannot be effectively addressed in isolation but require collaboration and consideration of diverse perspectives.

The establishment of an Allyship Coordinator position at Greenpeace is a strategic move to strengthen the organization's impact and effectiveness in the face of global environmental justice challenges. By fostering alliances, promoting inclusivity, facilitating cross-movement collaboration, providing tools and trainings, and amplifying allies outreach, this role plays a pivotal part in our mission, creating positive change through collective action and solidarity.

Tasks & responsibilities:  

      • Design and execute allyship strategies that strengthen Greenpeace's relationships with diverse communities, social justice organizations, and other stakeholders.
      • Engage with and listen to allies and communities affected by environmental issues to ensure their perspectives are considered in Greenpeace's campaigns and initiatives.
      • Develop & coordinate contacts, a network, collaboration & support with grassroots organisations, coalitions… in and outside the climate movement aiming for more intersectionality (Anti-Racism, Decolonial, Feminisms, LGBTQIA2S+, Class struggles, Anti-poverty, Labour unions…)
      • Lead and facilitate the Allies Working Group, providing centralized financial, logistical, mobilization & communication support to allies beyond our campaign activities.
      • Liaison between organizations and movements & the Greenpeace campaigns, if needed as part of a campaign team
      • Represent Greenpeace at community events, conferences, meetings and cooperate in coalition(s) like Code Rouge, Anti-Racism, Climate Coalition…
      • Develop & implement Allyship strategy in- and outside campaign teams
      • Support & community management of allies & events through Greenwire, newsletter, activities.
      • Organize & host activities & trainings for the allies & volunteer community.
      • Develop projects and partnerships to make the climate movement more intersectional in collaboration with campaign teams & JEDIS (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Safety)-officer.
      • Stay informed about social justice issues, intersectionality, and inclusivity best practices to continually improve allyship initiatives.



  • Minimum of 4 years of hands-on experience in community or volunteer organizing, coalition building, or advocacy, with a specific emphasis on allyship and intersectionality within environmental or social justice contexts.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to navigate and build strong relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
  • Experience in facilitating dialogues, workshops, and training sessions.
  • Proficient in project management, including the ability to coordinate and execute multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Demonstrated experience in planning and executing events, workshops, and activities
  • Knowledge and connection with the climate movement and social movements
  • Demonstrated understanding of and dedication to incorporating justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion principles into all aspects of the work. Ability to thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, adapting to changing priorities and emerging opportunities.
  • Basic digital/IT-skills (spreadsheets, editing docs in Google Drive).
  • Basic budget/project management skills.
  •  Hands-on, pragmatic, solution- and people oriented mindset.
  • Self-organized and able to work autonomously.
  • Driver license B.
  • Open to working some evenings and weekends.
  • Language: English and at least one of French or Dutch.
  • Available on short notice: ideally starting mid-March 2024.

Our offer:

  • A part-time (32 hrs/week) permanent contract;
  • A dynamic and pleasant working environment;
  • Interesting additional benefits (meal vouchers, an end of year prime, hospitalisation insurance and additional holidays);
  • A 60% Teleworking policy;
  • Flexibility & autonomy in your work;
  • Gross salary based on experience (E.g. 3.096 € with 5 years experience, 3.372 € with 10 years and 3.676 € with 15 years).

Everybody is welcome at Greenpeace, no matter who you are, where you come from, or what you look like. Our mission is for everyone, and so is our workplace. The more voices we have represented in our organization, the more we can create an organization who leverages its purpose to champion our mission while ensuring a more inclusive workplace that is a fulfilling place to work at.

To minimize biases and maximize inclusion during our recruitment process, we decided NOT to use cv's nor motivation letters.
That means that the only things we will review for the first selection are your answers to a number of questions we're asking.

We advise you to answer them with all details needed for us to comprehend your experiences and skills.

You need to apply before 26th of February 2024. Selected candidates will be contacted on the 1st of March at the latest. Interviews will take place on the 4th of March. More questions ? Ask

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