Child helplines are currently responding to the needs of children and young people in Ukraine and the countries bordering Ukraine. The humanitarian crisis has meant that these services are having to quickly adapt and develop new strategies and partnerships to respond to the crisis.
The project focuses on:
As Communications and Advocacy Officer you will support and co-ordinate Child Helpline International’s activities to support child helplines affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The tasks involve, among others, developing a communications and advocacy strategy and work plan, setting up awareness-raising campaigns around the harmonised 116111 number in Europe, and providing specific communications and advocacy support on a national level to child helplines as required.
The main tasks and responsibilities are:
Salary indication: €2,100.00 gross per month, inclusive of all taxes