Journalistic and research skills
We can only prevent human trafficking by breaking the silence on issues fostering this violence. To break the silence, we need well researched and investigative journalism. You will work with Joana to get current information about human trafficking from a global perspective. This will include attending events, carrying out interviews on our behalf and writing them into article if possible. Political science students and students from fields related to journalism are welcome to volunteer.
Editorial and copy writing skills
You will create consistent content to help us mobilise people and inform readers about human trafficking as well as actions they can take. This is different from journalistic volunteering because, you will not need to do most of the research. Based on already researched material and updates within our organisation, you should be able to compile very attractive content for our readers.
Video making skills
Video making (camera or concept or editing): Creating weekly videos for our social blog.
Victim support: Developing and implementing counselling to potential victims as well as connecting them to sustainable services.
We currently have a couple of social incentives and projects running such as the Diaspora for Development program which started in september 2018. We are happy to have more support on this project. Please click to read more about the project > D4D
Party planning skills
Event management: Concept development, planing and implementation.
Online campaign skills
Volunteer contact sheet. please fill appropriately!
Here are our general requirements:
Older than 18 years*.
Interest in the topic of human trafficking, development and migration.
Flexibility to work from anywhere.
Good written and spoken English knowledge is an advantage.
Perfect knowledge of German in spoken and written.