Amnesty International


The Gender, Racial Justice, Migrants & Refugees Programme requires a consultant to support with key pieces of communications work and develop a Communications strategy**.**

The Programme identified three key needs that require the support of a specialist:

1). We need to make the work of the teams more visible, both internally and externally;

2). We would like to better support our Amnesty International (AI) global comms channels, which have to include a stronger gender, racial justice and intersectionality approach according to our Strategic Framework, and could benefit from the teams’ expertise;

3). We are exploring a project on narrative changing, which is transversal to all of the work of the Programme, and we would like to explore further AI’s role.

Deadline for all applications: 14th September

Rate: £280 (or equivalent if not based in the UK)


  • Create a space for reflecting on communication needs and opportunities for the Programme with a view to developing a short, mid and long term communications strategy.
  • Develop efficient communication between our program and the Marketing and Communications team at the IS, as well as with regional offices; with the objective to increase the gender, racial justice and intersectionality approach in our global channels.
  • Map opportunities in legacy and digital media as well as social platforms, in line with resources available.
  • Co-produce content (including opeds, analysis pieces and short reports, among others), from September to December.
  • Deliver communications training for team, including for effective interviews with media, oped writing, etc as needed (if time allows).


  • Strong communications skills in English, a second language is a plus.
  • Significant comms experience in the non-for-profit sector, experience with Amnesty International is a plus.
  • Strong experience working with global media, local or regional experience is a plus.


To bid for this work, please submit the following documents via our careers website:

  • A proposal outlining your approach to this methodology (maximum of 2 pages)
  • A short bio, outlining your relevant experience.
  • A breakdown of the fees you will charge for this work.

In your proposal please highlight your proposed daily rate (including taxes), noting we have a maximum of 32 working days for this assignment, with an anticipated daily rate of £280 (if based in the UK) for this consultancy from September through to January.

As standard, payments are made by Amnesty International 30 days after receipt of a valid invoice for the agreed work milestone completed.

Applications must be in PDF, Word, PowerPoint or Excel format.

Please refer to the Terms of Reference attached for more information on this Consultancy opportunity.


If you are talented, passionate about human rights and want to use your skills, knowledge and experience to change the world then we would encourage you to click ‘Apply for this Role’ below.

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N.B. We reserve the right to close a vacancy BEFORE the closing date in the event of an overwhelming response or a change in business priorities, therefore we encourage you to apply now if you are interested.

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