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Senior Campaigner

Salary Circa £40,000

Location: London

ARTICLE 19 is looking for a Senior Campaigner to lead the strategic development, management, design, coordination, and delivery of our priority global campaigns.

ARTICLE 19’s theory of change and strategy identifies several processes through which we see change being achieved. Policy development, programmatic delivery, advocacy and campaigns combine to contribute to the delivery of the organisation’s strategy. Through the identification of global campaigns, ARTICLE 19 aims to further clarify and define its campaigns work stream. A key element of this post is to lead this process and to help hone and develop our internal campaigns understanding, capacity, and expertise so that campaigns can be more effectively embedded across the organisation and within our activities.

The focus of the post is the delivery of the organisation’s global campaigns, in line with ARTICLE 19’s six-year strategy, the Expression Agenda, ensuring the internal and external mobilisation of people and institutions to meet the campaigning objectives and contributing to the attraction of financial resources.

The application deadline is 1st November 2017

To view a detailed Job Description and Person Specification please click here.



Développement d’un guide simplifié d’accès à l’information pour la société civile et les journalistes en Tunisie

Termes de références (FR)


Consultancy Terms of Reference for Final Project Evaluation

ARTICLE 19 is seeking a consultant to conduct a full evaluation of a two year project “Promoting and Defending the Right to Information in Russia” funded by the European Union’s European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) programme.  

Application deadline: Wednesday 25 October 2017

To view a detailed terms of reference and to apply please click here.


Head of Asia Programme

Salary: Competitive

Location: Flexible within the Southeast Asia region

We are looking for a new Head of the Asia Pacific Programme to lead ARTICLE 19’s work on freedom of expression and information in Asia Pacific, focused on the Southeast Asia region, and in particular on Cambodia, Malaysia and Myanmar. The post does not cover the South Asia region. The Head will identify new strategic areas for ARTICLE 19’s consolidation and growth in the region, ensuring a cohesive and coordinated implementation of the programme of work in the region, and providing qualitative management to ARTICLE 19’s staff and supervision of consultants.

The Head of Asia-Pacific Programme will manage the Asia-Pacific Programme team based in the respective project offices and provide input into organisational governance as well as contribute to strategic planning, wider policy discussions and campaigns.

Application details and Job Description are available here.