|FSNT is a feminist organization that advocates for the rights of female students within the Tertiary institutions of Zimbabwe.In 2015,FSNT won a National Award for being the “Outstanding Civil Society as the Human Rights Defender” followed by “The first edition UNESCO award for Girls and Women’s education” in 2016.FSNT in partnership with UNESCO seeks to engage journalists who will document the UNESCO project and the activities that will be carried out.|
Qualifications and profile of the journalists
2.Familiarity with the concepts of Girls’ and Women’s Education,Gender Equality,Education For All;
3.Knowledge of educational issues and the education system in Zimbabwe;
4.Ability to work independently in a structured way with tight deadlines;
5.Provide examples of work with bylines;
6.Excellent journalistic research and writing skills;
7.Excellent knowledge of the official language (s) used in Zimbabwe;
8.Proficiency in English is essential.
Payment and other benefits
This will be disclosed to shortlisted candidates.
Data collection methods include:
– Site visits to give visionary observation of the story
– Interviews with the project partners and relevant people (including to focus on the human dimension with vivid quotes)
– Data research (internet,desk study)
1.One good practices story of 800-950 words on the project and activities of FSNT (including one first draft and one final draft.
2.At least 15 high resolution photographs (not lower than 320dpi) of the project activities and beneficiaries/interviewees.