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Lawyers’ Justice Team Please attach a Application Form 2011 recent passport sized Confidential photograph here Team destination: GENEVA – UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL Please use BLOCK CAPITALS and black ink, as this form will be photocopied. If you need more space for any answer, please use a separate sheet. SECTION 1 PERSONAL Title: Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms/Rev/Dr First name (as you like to be known): Surname: Full name as it appears on your passport: Permanent address: Temporary address: Postcode: Postcode: Home tel no: Dates at this address: Work tel no: Tel no at temporary address: E-mail: Mobile no: Date of birth: Nationality: Occupation: Passport no & date of expiry: Marital status: (Please circle as appropriate) Single Engaged Married Separated Divorced Remarried Widowed Name and location of home church: Name of minister: Have you been baptised? When? Do you regard your general health as: (please circle) Excellent Good Fair Poor Please mention any general health or disability needs we should know about (please note very few conditions will prevent participation on a team): Please list any dietary requirements: SECTION 2 EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT List employment and higher academic and professional qualifications in chronological order starting with the most recent. Dates Employer/Educational establishment Job title/qualification achieved (incl. a breakdown of subjects studied from A-Levels onwards) SECTION 3 CHRISTIAN EXPERIENCE AND CHURCH LIFE Tell us how you came to know Christ and about your Christian faith today. SECTION 4 PUBLIC POLICY What is your view on abortion? When does life begin? Are there any morally legitimate circumstances in which abortion should be permissible? Should a human being be permitted to legally change their gender? Should homosexual ‘marriage’ be legalised? (please give reasons for your answers). To what extent should Christians seek to influence the law from a biblical perspective? SECTION 5 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION How would you describe yourself in three words? Why do you want to serve on the Easter Justice Mission? What do you hope to learn/gain from participating in the Easter Justice Mission? Outline any short-term mission you have undertaken abroad? (if any) What knowledge/experience do you have in international human rights law? The Easter Justice Mission requires a significant amount of preparatory work (approximately 2-3 hours per week over 2-3 months), how will you seek to fit this into your schedule? Please give details of any languages that you know already, along with level of fluency: SECTION 7 REFERENCES You only need to complete one reference. Easter Justice Team Leaders may or may not wish to take up references. Referees should have known you well for more than one year and must NOT be related to you. Please check that they are willing to act as referees. Minister or Church Leader Address: Name (Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms/Rev/Dr) Telephone: Name of church E-mail: You also agree that by signing and dating this form, you give consent to LCF to process personal data concerning you in relation to your application and that if your enquiry is successful this data may be used for personnel and administrative purposes. This information may also be held on our archive records. Such consent is required by the Data Protection Act 1998. This information will also be used to keep you updated about other LCF projects, activities and resources, unless you the LCF otherwise in writing. I declare that the above information is accurate to the best of my knowledge. Signed: Date: Please return the completed form in an envelope marked ‘Confidential’ as soon possible to: Phil Wren, Student & Young Lawyers’ Director, The Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship, 8 Marshalsea Road, London, SE1 1HL. If you have any further questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact Phil Wren by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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