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[CLOSED] Job Opportunity: Digital Rights Project Manager (Indonesia)

EngageMedia is seeking a Digital Rights Project Manager (Indonesia) who will work closely with the Digital Rights Program Manager to oversee EngageMedia’s Digital Rights initiatives in Indonesia. The position supports program planning, designs strategies and activities, coordinates staff and consultants, builds and strengthens networks and partnerships, contributes to fundraising, and directly implements projects.

[CLOSED] Job Opportunity: Digital Rights Research Consultant (Indonesia)

EngageMedia is seeking a research consultant to produce a snapshot of digital rights issues, actors, advocacy, and networks in Indonesia. The research will provide a better understanding of the digital rights situation in Indonesia, including the successes and limits of the work done so far. The research will inform EngageMedia’s Indonesia digital rights strategy over the coming years.

[CLOSED] Job Opportunity: Digital Rights Coordinator

EngageMedia is seeking a Digital Rights Coordinator who will support the implementation of our digital rights initiatives in the Asia-Pacific region, working closely with the program team to support coordination and logistics, community management, communications and outreach, and monitoring and reporting.

[CLOSED] Job Opportunity: Digital Rights Project Officer (Indonesia)

EngageMedia is seeking a Project Officer who will support the implementation of our digital rights initiatives in Indonesia, working closely with the program team to support coordination and logistics, community management, communications and outreach, and monitoring and reporting.

“Shooting COVID-19” screened online at Gawad Alternatibo 2.0

EngageMedia’s short documentary “Shooting COVID-19: Media Frontliners in Manila” has been chosen to be part of a special online screening at the 32nd Gawad Alternatibo film competition, a part of the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival by the Cultural Centre of the Philippines (CCP). The documentary is one of three films under the program, “Quarantimes Chronicles, Documentaries, and Film Essays”.