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Creative Communications Consultant (Short-term Role)

ARTICLE 19 is seeking a creative communications consultant to support its work on digital rights in Russia, with a focus on the development of visual outputs to capture the attention of key stakeholders, to:

a)    Inform them about the rapidly restrictive situation for freedom of expression and right to information online in Russia; and

b)   Engage them to take action to address these issues, including pushing back against regressive legislation, particularly requiring Internet intermediaries to be co-opted into the violation of human rights.

The communications consultant, ideally experienced delivering film, infographics and other creative content, would support ARTICLE 19’s Europe and Central Asia team to package our research and analysis on digital rights in Russia into communications products to help achieve our advocacy aims in 2018. Between November and December 2017, they would advise, provide ideas for and collaborate on the overall content development. They would also take part in discussions with the International Communications Team lead for Europe and Central Asia to support planning for effective outreach and dissemination of the final outputs.

For Terms of Reference click here.

For any questions regarding the role, please send them to Susan Coughtrie, Senior Programme Officer for Europe and Central Asia -


Consultancy for Final Project Evaluation

ARTICLE 19 is seeking a consultant to conduct a full evaluation of a 15 month project “Tackling the Roots of Hate against LGBTI People in Europe and Central Asia” funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Magna Carta Fund.

For Terms of Reference and how to apply 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.