Design and production of one animated infographic video and one trailer for Transitional Justice event

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We are an Online Volunteer who will support is in designing and creating one animated infographic video on transitional justice of 3-4 minutes, in English with Spanish subtitles, with an outline/storyboard received prior to completed video and one mini trailer from the animated infographic video on transitional justice of 30-40 seconds, in English with Spanish subtitles, for media outreach. Examples of the style of videos required may be found at: and

  • Art and design
  • Arts, music, photography and film

    UNDP Development Dialogues Months will support the repositioning of UNDP as an important thought leader and actor in fragile contexts, and increase awareness with key stakeholders of our programming, capacities and comparative advantage. The 4 months event (from March to June 2021) will combine daily social media outreach focusing on fragility from a people-centered perspective and weekly thematic blogs and podcasts with a series of external and internal events. UNDP is seeking an Online Volunteer to provide video design and production services (and the digital file transmission of completed videos) for one video and one mini trailer for use in the Transitional Justice event. The Transitional Justice animated infographic video will be 3-4 minutes long and the mini video trailer for networks will be of 30-40 seconds long. The primary audience for the impact videos are donors and other individuals unfamiliar with UNDP acronyms and jargon. As such the content of videos should be accessible and (ideally) be useable by donor representatives to showcase the value of supporting UNDP to their home governments.

  • Volunteers: 1 needed

  • 6-10 hours per week / 3 weeks

    • At least 5 years of experience in providing video recording and video production services for intergovernmental organizations, like the United Nations. • At least 5 years of demonstrable film-making on social and development issues, including animated infographics. • Prior video/digital experience on UN programmes around rule of law, governance, legal aid, human rights, financing for development, sustainable development, and least developed countries is preferable.

  • Global

  • English
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