Call for Applicants: 2 Regional Correspondents (Ecuador & Columbia)

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NSWP is extending the deadline for applications from Columbia & Ecuador (one correspondent based in each country) to enhance coverage of regional news and events in the NSWP region of Latin America. 

NSWP values diversity and encourages applications from individuals with sex work experience and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. 


NSWP is still seeking 2 regional correspondents to enhance coverage of Latin American regional news and events in the Columbia and Ecuador.  News stories can be submitted in either Spanish or English.

Regional correspondents must have knowledge of sex workers’ rights issues and sex worker led organisations in their region, and must be confident in approaching NSWP member groups to encourage them to identify and share news and information about sex workers situation in their locality and any advocacy or campaigns being undertaken in their country.

Regional correspondents do not have to be based in Latin America but should be have demonstrable knowledge of sex workers’ rights issues and sex worker-led organisations in the Latin America.

Note for International Applicants

NSWP, as a global member-based organisation, welcomes applications from people worldwide.  However, as a small non-governmental organisation, we are not licensed as a sponsoring employer with the UK Borders Agency for international recruitment.  Please note that any applicants resident in the UK must have the legal right to work in the UK.  NSWP is legally obliged to ask for documentation to validate your right to work in the UK. For consultants based abroad and working abroad, there is no requirement to have a legal right to work in the UK in order to apply for this position.

All applicants (consultants) must submit a letter of interest, making reference to the Term of Reference and professional experience required.  Consultants should also identify in their application their experience of working remotely, their plan for coordinating their work with the NSWP Secretariat, and any benefits of the work being undertaken where they are based - this information will be considered and scored in the selection process.

Further details and the Terms of Reference available here.