eQualit.ie is a Montreal based tech collective that uses open source technology and principles, with team members across Canada, UK, Ireland, India and US. eQualit.ie provides digital security and information management expertise to organised civil society and independent media organisations.Read more
We are looking for Drupal Hackers who are willing join our growing team and make a unique contribution to support rights advocates around the world.
Tactical Tech is an international NGO conceiving and implementing projects which aim at increasing the ability of rights advocates to use information effectively in their campaigns.
You will join a small team of hackers working on developing dynamic web applications for our programmes, Evidence & Action and Privacy & Expression.
Our goal is to build scalable, accessible and responsive web applications with stellar front-end user interfaces and user experience.
We have 2 positions vacant, one each in our Berlin and Bangalore offices. The positions are short-term (6 months) consultancies. (possibly extendable)Read more
The Emerging Markets Investors' Association (EMIA) is an early stage, non-profit start-up that helps alleviate poverty in developing countries by utilizing the access and influence of foreign investors in those countries. We are looking for a volunteer Drupal themer to become an integral part of our small tech team and our broader group of about fifteen volunteers. The role involves helping to build EMIA's website.Read more
Hi all, I'm happy to announce that VozMob Drupal Distro (VozMobDD) version 0.5.1 has been released. VozMobDD is Drupal customized as a widely accessible mobile blogging platform. VozMobDD has been designed to make it easy to post content to Drupal from regular mobile phones via voice calls, SMS, or MMS.Read more
I don't know what the community's stance is on politics and I know this is forum mainly reserved for Drupal specific matters, but this issue is central to your human rights... and could be read as yet another step to closing down open source communities. I encourage you to read on and take action... and distribute as widely as possible.
In response to the announcement of statutory amendments to Irish
Copyright law that threaten Irish peoples privacy online we have
penned this letter which we encourage you to share, copy, sign and
send to your TD and electoral Candidates.
UN Volunteers programme enables 'online volunteering', a form of volunteering done through the internet. Among the many tasks available, you can find those related to website development. If you want to do some Drupal volunteering, you might want to check out the available offers.
More details can be found here: http://www.unv.org
ICTJ, a global human rights non-profit, is seeking an experienced consultant to help us define and implement our new multilingual web presence. This is a near full time position for 3-6 months.Read more
Amnesty International, the world’s largest human rights organisation, has proudly launched its new Aotearoa New Zealand website at amnesty.org.nz. A fresh lick of paint and a range of new features have made the website easier for everyday New Zealanders to learn about, and take action for, human rights.
As well as dramatic improvements to the website’s design, navigation and accessibility, new features include an RSS feed for all news items; interactive online poll; animated feature-story panel; and quick access links to some of the more popular social networking sites.Read more
Full job description, and instructions on how to apply here: http://www.amnesty.org.nz/contribute/employment/internships.
(Other non-drupal related internships available too!)
Applications close 5pm Friday 2nd October. All applications must be on a job application form available at the URL above