ARTICLE 19 is an international human rights organisation with very limited resources with which to respond to queries through our contact service. We will do our best, but please use the FAQ links below to help us direct your questions to the appropriate team first. And use this site to learn more about what we do.
About ARTICLE 19 – our work
Where does ARTICLE 19 work?
Go to the Where we work page to view a map which illustrates the countries and regions in which we work.
ARTICLE 19 is constantly expanding and refining its focus countries in order to respond to threats to freedom of expression.
Learning about freedom of expression
Joining ARTICLE 19 – jobs and opportunities
How do I apply for a job at ARTICLE 19?
Join a dynamic and dedicated team and be part of a leading human rights organisation.
All our posts are advertised on our careers page. See what is on offer and apply through the portal.
Can I intern or volunteer at ARTICLE 19?
Currently ARTICLE 19 does not provide for internships or volunteers. However, we do offer specific internships in our Law and Policy programme and occasional internships funded through grant-making bodies where they meet certain projects.
Such opportunities are advertised on our careers page and on LinkedIn.
Supporting ARTICLE 19
Support from ARTICLE 19
If you need direct assistance and are already partnered with us, contact [email protected]
For legal and policy guidance, visit our Law and Policy page
For information on our campaigns, visit the ARTICLE 19 campaigns section
Speaking to ARTICLE 19
If you are a journalist wanting to speak to ARTICLE 19 please contact our press office at [email protected]
Raising a concern with ARTICLE 19
If you have a concern to raise with ARTICLE 19 please follow the instructions on the Raising a concern page and contact us via the correct email.
You can view the ARTICLE 19 safe-guarding policy