17 people are interested
Editor for human rights reports and press releases
17 people are interested
We are searching for a group of skilled editors to help edit content written primarily by non-native English speakers. This content includes everything from reports about human rights violations committed by state and non-state actors in Ethiopia to organizational press releases. The amount of time that this would require is approximately 5 hours per week. However, there would likely be an opportunity for additional work if desired.
Our search for skilled editors is critical to our organization's advocacy work. A key part of what we do at OLLAA is creating written content that seeks to expose and publicize human rights abuses committed in Ethiopia. These reports are written by individuals in Ethiopia, and often, English is not their first language. As such, we are looking for volunteers, with good English skills, to help with the editing process. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to get practical editing experience while working on projects that make a difference.
From your first day working with us, you will be assigned a report/release to edit. You will be supported by our Operations and Research manager who holds a Master's in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies every step of the way.
About Oromo Legacy Leadership and Advocacy Association
800 W Broad St 100 #263, Falls Church, VA 22040, US
To be a force for human rights, women’s rights, and indigenous rights by empowering Oromo communities and collaborating across the globe through Advocacy and Development.
Who we are
OLLAA began in 2017 as the Coalition of Oromos for Human Rights and Democracy (COHRD). CORHD was an organization established to give voice to Oromo youth who were being killed, harassed, or imprisoned for the "crime" of protesting. In 2020, COHRD became OLLAA, a more comprehensive organization seeking to empower Oromos, neighbors & organizations to connect and thrive; not just merely exist or survive. OLLAA also means neighbors in Afaan Oromo.
What we do
OLLAA is a nonprofit community-based organization that seeks to serve the socio-cultural needs of the Oromo people around the world. We are built on the following principle and goals: advocacy and diplomacy- to amplify human rights violations and encourage democratization; Youth leadership and Education-to connect generations; and women empowerment and cultural renaissance.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
November 18, 2021
- Reading / Writing
- Copy Writing / Copy Editing
- All volunteers should expect to commit 5 hours/week.