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Facebook is hiring a director of human rights policy to work on “conflict prevention” and “peace-building”

4 monthes ago   |   By TechCrunch

Facebook is advertising for a human rights policy director to join its business, located either at its Menlo Park HQ or in Washington DC - with “conflict prevention” and “peace-building” among the listed responsibilities.
In the job ad, Facebook writes that as the reach and impact of its various products continues to grow “so does the responsibility we have to respect the individual and human rights of the members of our diverse global community”, saying it's:
... looking for a Director of Human Rights Policy to coordinate our company-wide effort to address human rights abuses, including...
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