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Design of GANHRI Annual Report

Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions - GANHRI

22 Nov 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
22 Nov 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
To create an Annual Report template for GANHRI (Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions) 2017 Annual Report. Once the content and template are available, we will need the volunteer to integrate the content to the template and finalize it. GANHRI is willing to issue an Annual Report for the first time and is thus in need of one or more volunteers to create the design of the Report based on existing logos and visual branding of GANHRI.
Art and design
Arts, music, photography and film
An Annual Report will help enhance the visibility of our organisation, which is at the service of the national human rights institutions that are nationally based and that work for the promotion and protection of human rights. This assignment will help us get better to reach out to our members, partners and the general public.
Volunteers: 1 needed
1-5 hours per week / 8 weeks
Specific knowledge of graphic design. The volunteer will need to adapt, draw and design some infographics, logos, graphs,... Professional in using InDesign or other similar graphic design programmes. Please provide your CV with links or samples from your design portfolio.
English, French

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