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Are you a professional committed to improving the lives of children? If you possess the right qualifications and experience to join the world's leading agency for children, we would be interested in considering your application for the vacancies or internship listed at the bottom of the page.

Please review the details of the post carefully to ensure you meet the high standards that UNICEF demands - then complete our Personal History form (the P11 form that you can download from this site), and attach to your full curriculum vitae, a recent identity photograph, photocopies of your academic diplomas and latest employment performance reviews:

International postings

If you are seeking a post with UNICEF in one of our other duty stations around the world, please visit our global website here. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will normally be contacted.

Volunteers and interns

This regional office does not normally have the capacity to accept volunteers, but opportunities sometimes arise where you can offer your services on a voluntary, unpaid basis. The UNICEF global intern programme is managed through our headquarters in New York, and there are specific criteria for applying for an internship. For more information please go to the intern page on our global website.

 

 

Current vacancies/tenders

Designing and managing short video making workshops for children with children on child rights  

Redesigning youth advocacy initiative using video and digital media

UNICEF is seeking to engage an individual consultant to support the reconceptualization and redesign of a long-running youth advocacy initiative using video and digital media, which contributes towards a more sustainable model of youth engagement and digital participation. This initiative aims to help adolescents and young people develop hands-on skills to enable them to share their views and perspectives on social issues that affect them using digital and social media platforms. It also aims to help the capacity of young advocates to better craft their advocacy messages using current techniques and trends in visual and digital media.

Deadline: 28 August 2015 16:00 Geneva time  For more information, please follow this link  

Production of a training module and a video tutorial for youth-led advocacy initiative using video and digital media

UNICEF is seeking to engage an individual consultant to develop and produce a suite of training products, including a training module and a video tutorial. This suite will be developed as part of a larger project to reconceptualise and redesign a UNICEF-supported youth advocacy initiative using video and digital media, which contributes towards a more sustainable model of youth engagement and digital participation

Deadline 28 August 2015 16:00 Geneva time. For more information, please follow this link

 

 

 
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