Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dates: Feb., March (preferred), or April 2019
Project Length: 14 days
Application Deadline: TBD
Project ID: 1918
ABOUT THE charity
This nonprofit organization is dedicated to disseminating, protecting and promoting the rights of animals. They promote an attitude of respect towards all species, taking into account that their main premise is that they are sentient beings and not “things” to be used by human. The NGO rejects all types of animal exploitation, including its use for clothing, food, entertainment and experimentation. Their goals include: fighting against abandonment, abuse and animal suffering in any of its forms; educating about respect for the life of animals through lectures and educational workshops in public and public places; carrying out free or low-cost sterilization campaign in marginal areas.
The photographer (and videographer) will be introduced to the NGO’s staff and volunteers. He/she will visit several project sites, as well as low income communities, and document the NGO’s work in those areas. He/she will also visit shelter and adoption houses.
The organization would like to use the images (and video material) on their social media channels, showcase the work during their lectures and workshops, and will use the images for their educational materials.
Proficient in photo documentary/photojournalism
Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
Open to new experiences
Storytelling - Must submit a minimum of one (1) article 800-1000 words upon completion of the project, to complement the images/footage of this assignment.
*please note that all of the meals served by the NGO are vegan
$ 2,629 USD
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