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Online content mapping and inclusion for the 5th session of the socialprotection.org Ambassadors Programme

UNDP International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth

27 Mar 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
27 Mar 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
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We are looking for online volunteers to participate in the 5th session of the socialprotection.org Ambassadors Programme! This involves activities related to online content mapping and its inclusion for the platform, which is hosted by the IPC-IG/UNDP. Ambassadors will have their profiles featured on socialprotection.org and receive a certificate for their participation. Each Ambassador will be assigned activities depending on their skill set and country/regional expertise. socialprotection.org is a member-based platform, meaning content is uploaded by members to support knowledge sharing and capacity building. For the 2018 Ambassadors Programme, the socialprotection.org team will assign and coordinate the following activities: 1) Publications content mapping and inclusion 2) Stakeholder profile mapping revision and inclusion 3) News, events and jobs content inclusion
Research
None in particular
About socialprotection.org: The platform’s mission is to be the online focal point of social protection knowledge-sharing and capacity building among a highly inclusive community of social protection practitioners, focusing on low and middle-income countries. socialprotection.org is an unbranded online platform hosted by the International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG), supported by the Development Working Group of the G20 and financed by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Development and Cooperation (BMZ). Objectives: - To ensure up-to-date and relevant content regarding the Ambassador’s regional or thematic interests is available on the site - To promote and provide opportunities for engagement with the site’s interactive features to the Ambassador’s network - To increase visibility of socialprotection.org within the Ambassador’s region and/or network - To facilitate engagement among social protection communities within the Ambassador’s region/network
Volunteers: 25 needed
1-5 hours per week / 19 weeks
Requirements: 1. Independent internet and laptop access. 2. Knowledge of social protection policies and programmes. 3. Fluency in English. Spanish, French or Arabic also desired. AND 1 of the following skills: 1. Knowledge management: Experience with online content management systems (CMS) 2. Excellent computer skills
Global
English, French, Spanish

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