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Website Creation for Human Rights Street Art Project

Remote | Jordan

  • Organization: UNV - United Nations Volunteers
  • Location: Remote | Jordan
  • Grade: Level not specified - Level not specified
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Human Rights
    • HIV and AIDS
    • Culture and Sport
    • Project and Programme Management
  • Closing Date: Closed

Details

Mission and objectives

OHCHR JOR organization mission TBD

Context

On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the UN Resident Coordinator Office (RCO) embarked on a project titled "Open Air Museum - Street Art Trail for Human Rights" in the Hashmi Al Shamali neighborhood of East Amman. This project, under the Human Rights 75 initiative, aims to utilize the transformative power of street art to increase community resilience, foster dialogue, and provide economic opportunities in an area that faces socio-economic challenges. Supported by the United Nations in Jordan, local artist, and together with other partners, 17 murals, the sketches of which were approved by Greater Amman Municipality in November, are now painted in the Al Hashmi Al Shamali neighborhood. Additionally, as part of this initiative, the RCO in Jordan will establish a dedicated website for the murals project. This website will serve as a platform to provide more information about human rights, including the significance of the UDHR. It will also showcase the murals created under the project, allowing visitors to explore the artwork and learn about the stories and messages behind each piece. Through this online platform, the RCO aims to further amplify the impact of the "Open Air Museum - Street Art Trail for Human Rights" project and promote dialogue and awareness on human rights issues within the community and beyond.

Task description

RCO is seeking two dedicated volunteers to assist in the establishment of a website dedicated to showcasing the murals and providing information about human rights. For this purpose, selected Online Volunteers, under the supervision and guidance of RCO Human Rights Team in Jordan, will: 1. Content Gathering and Organization: RCO compiled a file with all relevant raw materials for the website. Volunteers will gather the content in a structured manner for the website. 2. Website Development: Volunteers will collaborate with the web development team to design and develop the website. Selected Online Volunteers are expected to deliver the final website. Selected Online Volunteers will have to attend the online induction arranged by RCO Team Focal Point and will be provided with information and material relevant and necessary to perform the task. SPECIAL NOTICE: This is an unpaid assignment. However, a certificate and a reference letter would be provided at the end of your assignment as well as you will be recognized on the website under “Our Team” page. The task will be fully virtual.

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