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Laan Van Meerdervoort 70, 2517 AN The Hague, Netherlands
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Summary

We are looking for a Web Designer to provide support to the CAJPHR’s Social Media Team.

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Function description

Foundation Overview:

The Centre for African Justice, Peace and Human Rights (CAJPHR) is a Foundation which promotes the development and addresses matters pertaining justice, peace and human rights.

Through training, awareness campaigns and events, people in Africa and around the world are provided with the necessary support and capacity to protect victims of human rights abuses and to promote peace, justice and human rights in their communities.

The Foundation is located in The Hague and seeks to develop various events and activities this year which will be taking place in the Netherlands and abroad.


Position Overview:

We are looking for a Web Designer to provide support to the CAJPHR’s Social Media Team. As a Web Designer, you are mainly expected (but not limited) to customize and update the Organisation’s website page.


Key responsibilities:

• Design publications

• Rephrase technical language to appeal to a wider audience

• Create digital expressions to support marketing campaigns (images, social content, etc.)

• Edit information on the general website of the Organisation

• Illustrate the international development and the issues facing Africa

• Create, maintain, organize various documents on digital platforms


Required skills and competencies:

• Excellent oral and written communication skills

• Interested in promoting Peace, Justice and Human Rights

• Ability to work well with others and meet deadlines

• Ability to prioritize tasks, work calmly under pressure and to work independently

• Highly motivated and eager to put graphic design and marketing skills to use

• Has experience in building WordPress websites using themes

• Is familiar with Adobe software Photoshop / Illustrator

• Has affinity with Online Marketing

• Has at least 1 year of comparable work experience

• Is familiar with HTML & CSS (Advantage)


Information about the Social Media team:

This multidisciplinary team supports all of the Centre for African Justice, Peace and Human Rights’ (CAJPHR) activities and works directly on the goal of creating awareness about the African situation and challenges shared by African states through our digital platforms. The team is engaged in creating virtual designs, promoting events, publishing magazines, structuring quotes for international celebrations, posting social media content, recording/editing videos, and managing the Foundation’s website and the Database’s website. The Social Media Team’s efforts contribute to the improvement of the Centre’s engagement with the society, increases our visibility to third parties, and encourages partners to join our work.

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About Centre for African Justice, Peace and Human Rights

How best can people know their rights or claim same except through awareness, education and training. How best can people learn to maintain peace? How best can justice be promoted and applied? To an extent the answers to these questions revolve around information, education, campaign, capacity building, training and awareness. At Centre for African Justice, our objective is to promote justice, peace and human rights through information, education, advocacy, awareness, empowerment, training, outreach and capacity building in Africa and around the world. The objective of our project on sexual violence perpetrated against the male gender is to push for improved recognition and legal protection of male victims of sexual violence in Africa and around the world. We hope to create a community of male victims of sexual violence with the aim of empowering them (physically, economically, academically, emotionally, spiritually and psychologically). We believe that in the near future, such victims can serve as tools to break the silence surrounding sexual violence perpetrated against men and boys in the world.

Core activity
1) Prosecuting sexual violence perpetrated against the male gender (In conflict - and peace situations)
2) Legal research with possibility of field work
3) Capacity building of prosecutors, lawyers and judges in Africa
4) Women empowerment
5) Promotion of peace
6) Education
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