[Imc-beirut] CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS!!! (Corrected version)
Nahwa Al Muwatiniya
info at na-am.org
Wed Aug 23 09:53:05 PDT 2006
After 33 days of war, Lebanon and its citizens are now facing a new
situation with changed priorities. The need for action is great in the
country, and everyone's energy is needed to rebuild and work towards a
better future. For those that would like to take part in positive change,
please note the volunteer descriptions below, and get in touch with one of
the contacts below, either through email or phone.
Nahwa al-Muwatiniya, a non-profit organization founded by individuals from
all walks of life are members of civil society concerned with the state of
affairs in Lebanon and beyond, and we seek to effect positive change through
informed activism and engagement.
We are also a member of Civil Society Organizations (CSO's) for Life, which
is a gathering of 25 NGO's established shortly after the war began in order
to develop and cooperate in civic actions and relief efforts. This
partnership continues to flourish after the war as we continue working
towards ensuring Lebanon thrives as a country filled with life.
Volunteers will be needed for the following tasks:
Analysis & Research: Volunteers will be needed to assist in questionnaires
distributed in the south; collect data and information regarding human
rights violations; conducting research on parliamentary activities, etc.
Media: Establishing and maintaining relations with media, writing & sending
press releases for CSO and Naam activities, monitoring media activity.
Graphic Design: Design & create posters, websites, etc.
Event Planning/Coordination: Plan, coordinate, and gather volunteers for
necessary program and project events; for example: press conferences.
Education: Projects catering to the needs of youth in the south will be
developed and implemented. Volunteers will be needed with experience or
interest in working with youth, educational programs, social work, or
For Further Information contact:
info at na-am.org
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