The volunteers will be assisting our Torture and Culture project. Since research has shown that film and television can influence public opinion, including on the issue of torture, this project will analyze the portrayal of torture and interrogation in American film and television. The goal of this project is to promote an enduring public consensus against torture, partially by promoting responsible portrayals of interrogation in film and television.
The volunteers will largely work from home, with regular check-ins with their supervisor, and in-person meetings at the Human Rights First office once a week/every two weeks.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
REQUIRED EDUCATION: Undergraduate or above, preferably with a background in media studies, political science, or international relations/affairs.
TIME COMMITMENT: 15-20 hours/week.
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