Citizen Justice Network:
We train community paralegals in under-reported areas to be radio journalists. We then guide them to produce incredible stories for broadcast. Then we identify national patterns of injustice and implement change.
More on our site: www.citizenjusticenetwork.org
- A Bachelor’s degree.
- African languages.
- A keen interest in social justice.
- Understanding how to create efficient editorial processes, particularly in radio.
- Ability to create and maintain filing and administration systems.
- Ability to multi-task and work to deadlines.
- Willingness to understand the NGO sector.
- Contactable references.
- Interest in paralegal advice offices and/or community radio.
As an editorial intern you will be required to:
– Work daily over the phone with our paralegal journalists to help them produce stories and programming for their local radio stations.
– Take charge of what the advice offices need and any ongoing training they might require to produce these stories.
– Write blog posts and handle social media accounts.
– Some travel. Car licence necessary.
– Collate information in a systematic format and manage the flow of stories. Be responsible for an ongoing set of deliverables.
– To assist the team with a variety of projects including organising events
– Work as the second member of a newly formed project in a vibrant journalism department.
Remuneration: Competitive monthly stipend.
Education level: Degree.
Type: 6-month contract with option to renew once.
Send a letter and full CV , including two referees before 01 July to:
Paul McNally (email@example.com).
Only successful candidates will be contacted