The Film Festival Department in Human Rights Watch’s (“HRW”) San Francisco office is seeking a consultant to act as Outreach Coordinator in order to launch the second year of its “Youth Producing Change” program in San Francisco. We anticipate that this project will commence the week beginning January 19, 2010 and conclude on March 13, 2010. We are seeking applicants with both demonstrated grassroots outreach and publicity skills and a strong connection to youth media, education and community organizing in the San Francisco/Bay Area. To be considered, the consultant must be based in San Francisco. HRW seeks exceptional applicants. The full payment for this contract is $2,100.

HRW’s International Film Festival will celebrate the San Francisco launch of “Youth Producing Change” on Thursday, March 11, 2010 at the Yerba Buena Arts Center. A program presented in partnership with Adobe Youth Voices, “Youth Producing Change” features short films, videos and animations made by youth media makers from across the globe. Armed with digital cameras, computers and their own boundless creativity – these young people bravely expose human rights issues faced by themselves and their communities. The program of short films will be presented by many of the youth filmmakers who will be traveling to London to speak at the festival. To watch the “Youth Producing Change” films please visit:

PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY by emailing in a single submission: a letter of interest describing your experience, your resume, and names with contact information or letters of reference no later than January 18, 2009 to Please use “San Francisco Youth Coordinator” as the subject of your email. Only complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email.

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