Back to overview

Host audio discussion about gender equality for podcast series

SAFIGI Outreach Foundation <Safety First For Girls>

28 Jan 2019 This opportunity is no longer available Share
28 Jan 2019 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Task
Background and objectives
Requirements
Volunteer will hold a chat with two or more females on an audio recording about gender equality. The volunteer will hold two separate discussions. The first discussion on record will be about culture in the interviewed society that promotes gender equality and human dignity of women. The second discussion on record will be about problematic gender norms in the inverviewed local traditions and steps that can be taken to resolve this. Volunteers can come from any region in the globe and must be willing to interview females with different tradition and culture. SAFIGI will select the participant according to their initiative's guidelines. The discussions must be between 10 and 15 minutes. These discussions will be shared on our podcast titled 'Equality Culture' throughout the year 2019, with one recording shared per week. As indicated in the Copyright & Terms of Use, UNV name can't be used during the discussions.
Outreach and advocacy
Journalism, mass media and broadcasting
The discussion on the intersection between Culture and Gender Equality builds on SAFIGI Outreach Foundations goal for SDG 5 for gender equality and equity. Safety First for Girls provides a safe space to talk about good aspects in local cultures and aspects of traditions that need to be improved or eradicated (such as FGM, child labor) in order to achieve gender equality. With globalization, environmental changes and development consistently spreading globally, it has become apparent that some traditional practices promote equal thriving of human beings while others pose a threat to equality and upholding of human rights. Having a podcast with perspectives from all over the world will challenge us to look at equality from views of different traditions and norms, thereby creating a first step to a more equal and safer world. This project builds on the 'Everyday A Girl' project in which we showcased gender equality through photo stories last year. https://issuu.com/safetyfirstforgirls/docs/everyday_a_girl_edag SAFIGIs vision is to create a word where girls are empowered, equipped and fulfilled for global socio-economic development.
Volunteers: 12 needed
1-5 hours per week / 3 weeks
Access to a good voice recorder on mobile phone. English language proficiency. Discretion, consent and respect for participants views. ( It is a voice recording so identity can be withheld if desired and volunteer must respect privacy of persons even beyond the project. ) As indicated in the Copyright & Terms of Use, UNV name can't be used when podcast.
Global
English

Good to know

Good to Know

Ready to apply?

Keep this in mind:

Most organizations find the volunteers they need within just a few days and close the opportunities to more applications. So if you see a project that interests you, apply right away and make sure that you show the organization that you have the right skills and motivation for the task!

Online volunteering is rewarding and empowering, but it’s also a serious commitment. When you are chosen for an assignment, the organization is counting on you to complete it.

Our online volunteer community is made up of bright, dynamic, committed individuals who enjoy bringing out the best in each other and in the organizations they serve. We expect all volunteers to maintain high standards of behaviour, and to refrain from any activity that could be detrimental to the assignment, the organization, other volunteers, or to UNV. By registering you accept that you do not make any financial claims to organizations or to UNV. See the Terms of Use for more about standards of conduct and the conditions for using this platform.