Facebook Conflict prevention "and" peacebuilding "are included in advertisements of Menlo Park headquarters or human rights policy director who participates in his company in Washington.
In his work, Facebook wrote that the scope and impact of various products continues to expand. "Responsibility to respect individuals and human rights of members of diverse global communities" is also increasing.
… looking for a person in charge of human rights policy coordinating efforts at the enterprise level to cope with national and non-state actors' human rights violations. (1) cooperation with product teams to apply Facebook to active human rights and the lessons learned from investigation, (2) cooperation with civil society, institutions, industry key stakeholders and Facebook Representatively (3) instruct investigators and interruption of perpetrators of infringement of human rights against our platform, (4) formulate policies to combat bad actors and continue to operate the platform according to human rights principles .
Among the minimum requirements of this role, Facebook has raised the experience of "working in developing countries, governments and civil society organizations in the world".
He added, "A world trip to support our international team is expected," he added.
This company has been subject to severe criticism in recent years because it can not dispose of erroneous information and can not bear big responsibility that dislikes remarks on that platform. Especially in the international market, we aimed for business growth through the Internet.org initiative. This aims to "connect" more people to the Internet (and thus Facebook).
More connections mean growth for more users and their shareholders for Facebook business. However, the cost of this growth has been emphasized in the past …
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Facebook hires human rights policy director working on "conflict prevention" and "peacebuilding".
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