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Graphic design for UNDP knowedge documents (justice and human rights)

UNDP Tunisia

04 Apr 2021 Apply now Share
04 Apr 2021 Apply now Share
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Requirements
UNDP Tunisia is creating a series of knowledge documents related to justice and human rights. These documents are mainly reports and graphs representing the results from a regional survey on access to justice, and analytical studies on human rights-related issues. While the documents are produced by the UNDP team, we require someone for the graphic design of these documents.
Art and design
Web and graphic design
The program "Support to Tunisian populations’ access to their rights in Tunisia" is jointly implemented by the UNDP and the OHCHR offices in Tunisia as part of a broader UN comprehensive strategy put in place in the wake of the 2011 Tunisian revolution to support national authorities in their will to consolidate the democratic transition and the rule of law. It aims at supporting the Tunisian authorities to fully operationalise the new institutions and laws that have been established to ensure populations' awareness of their rights and access to them. The program is composed by a number of projects, including but not limited to access to justice, the independence of the judiciary, torture prevention, human trafficking, business and human rights, gender justice.
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 6 weeks
Degree or training in graphic design is preferred but not required. Must have the necessary graphic design software (AR-FR-EN). A relevant experience with the public institutions and/or NGOs is desirable. The volunteer should be highly communicative in Arabic and fluent in, at least, one of the two languages required (French, English).
Tunisia
English, French, Arabic

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