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Graphic Designer for Human Rights Organization
ORGANIZATION: Oromo Legacy Leadership and Advocacy Association
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57 people are interested
We are searching for skilled graphic designers to help create and edit visual content. This content would include fliers, emails, social media posts, and more. If you are someone with experience in graphic design or would be interested in learning, consider joining an organization fighting for human rights in Ethiopia. Please reach out to learn more!
From your first day working with us, you will be assigned to a project manager who will get you set up on your first project!
- Meet with stakeholders to identify project needs
- Use digital illustration, photo editing software, and layout software to create designs. Most work will be done on Canva; however, other software is possible.
- Create visual elements such as logos, original images, flyers, templates, social media posts etc., to help deliver a message
- Design layouts, including a selection of colors, images, and typefaces
- Incorporate changes recommended by directors into final designs
- Review designs for errors before printing or publishing them
Founded in 2017, Oromo Legacy Leadership and Advocacy Association (OLLAA) is a non-profit, community-based organization, which seeks to serve the socio-cultural needs of the Oromo people in Ethiopia as well as in the diaspora. It is built on the following principles and goals: Advocacy and Community Building, Education and Youth Training, Business and Future Development, and Culture and Women Empowerment. Our model is to learn, connect, and create change within the diverse problems facing Oromos around the world.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
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 21, 2023
- Graphic Design / Print
- Graphic Design