Media Defence Logo

CLOSE

[NOW CLOSED] Call for Consultants: “Train the Trainer” Facilitation

[NOW CLOSED] Call for Consultants: “Train the Trainer” Facilitation

Media Defence’s Digital Rights Advocates training programme works to defend, promote and strengthen freedom of expression online in East, West and Southern Africa, by supporting legal communities with technical legal expertise to litigate digital rights cases.

One of the programme’s core activities is the delivery of litigation surgeries in East, West and Southern Africa. These litigation surgeries aim to increase the knowledge, skills and confidence of lawyers to litigate digital rights and online freedom of expression cases at national and regional courts. Media Defence has created a network of lawyers who have participated in these litigation surgeries.

These training alumni will soon be able to facilitate their own litigation surgeries in their countries of practice with financial support from Media Defence. Media Defence is therefore seeking a consultant to assist in the facilitation and development of the virtual training of trainers to be held in March 2021. The facilitator will work with the Digital Rights Advocates Project Team to develop a three-day programme which will work in a virtual format and will be as interactive as possible.

To find out more, please download the full job description and person specification.

To apply, please submit your CV and a quote to hannah.stoate@mediadefence.org by 21 February 2021.

Recent News

Special Call: Funding for a Media Defence Centre in South East Asia

Background Media Defence is a charity, based in London, which provides legal help to journalists, citizen journalists and independent media across the world. Media Defence’s vision is a world where journalists no longer face legal challenges that threaten their ability to report freely and independently on issues of public interest, allowing citizens to be better […]

Read

Journalist Impact: Interview with Fréderike Geerdink, Dutch Freelance Journalist

Fréderike Geerdink, a Dutch journalist working in Turkey reporting on Kurdish issues, was arrested twice in 2015. On the first occasion she was charged with making propaganda for a terrorist organisation (in this case: the armed Kurdish group PKK). On the second occasion, she was deported. Since the attempted coup d’ état in 2016, Turkey’s press freedom […]

Read

Call for Consultants: Legal Research Opportunity

Updating Research Report on Mapping Digital Rights and Online Freedom of Expression Litigation in East, West, and Southern Africa.

Read