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Thomson Foundation is seeking to hire a translator(s) for the project ‘Supporting Greater Media Independence in the Western Balkans’.
The scope of work will include translating written and audio pieces in different languages, making sure to maintain their original meaning, format and tone, as well as to provide consecutive translation for the foundation's trainers and experts per need.
Thomson Foundation is seeking to hire a community management and communications expert within the project ‘Supporting Greater Media Independence in the Western Balkans’.
The aim of the project is to develop and strengthen the editorial independence and business operation of the media outlets.
We are recruiting experts to support the delivery of a media project in the Western Balkans.
We are seeking experts in business development and mentoring to support and directly work with up to 55 local and regional media outlets in six countries in the Western Balkans as part of the Accelerator Programme.
We are seeking to hire an expert for capacity building for media outlets within the project ‘Supporting Greater Media Independence in the Western Balkans’.
The project is funded by the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) of the UK Government and implemented by a consortium consisting of the British Council (lead partner), Thomson Foundation, Balkan Investigative and Reporting Network (BIRN) and the International NGO Training and Research Centre (INTRAC).
This will be for the development of a robust online platform that will serve as a go-to resource base for media outlets from the entire Western Balkans region.
Our vision is to create a platform that will outlive the project, which is expected to come to its end in mid 2022.