Consultant in charge of communication around the 28 September 2009 trial in Guinea
Application deadline 3 months ago: Friday 1 Dec 2023 at 03:59 UTCOpen application form
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Result of Service
At the end of this activity :
- Daily monitoring of the trial hearings
- Interviews and photo shoots
- Daily and weekly information and awareness-raising publications on the trial have been produced.
- A documentary film on the commitment of UN-Human Rights in Guinea to this trial is available;
- An awareness-raising report with the main audio-visual media, online media and social networks is available.
- A final evaluation of the campaign in the form of a report.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Audience tracking
- Photo shoots and interviews
- Use of popular media to inform and raise awareness of the trial
- Survey on people's level of understanding of the trial
- Communicating all monitoring team productions
- Preparing documentary films;
- Setting up meetings and conducting interviews with various personalities, religious authorities and staff from the United Nations, NGOs, etc;
Five (5) years
Fluent in writing and spoken French
The consultant will work under the responsibility of the Head of the September 28 Trial Cluster, Head of the Capacity Building and Technical Cooperation Unit, to whom he/she will report.
He/she will consult all existing UN Human Rights documentation, tracing the commitment and all the work carried out over the last 12 years.
He/she will make useful contacts with relevant actors including the media, national authorities, religious authorities, CSOs, notability, youth leaders, heads of UN agencies, etc.).
- He/she will make field visits as part of opinion surveys. Field visits,
- He/she will conduct interviews
- He/she will collect views and information, testimonies and any other source of information in the field.
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