Digital Security Trainer - Lebanon
About the organization
Internews is an international media support nonprofit working in 100+ countries. For 40 years, we have helped partners reach millions of people with trustworthy information that saves lives, improves livelihoods, and holds institutions accountable. defend against disinformation. protect journalists' safety.
Internews’ Internet Freedom & Resilience (IFR) portfolio seeks to advance the digital safety of human rights defenders, civil society members and journalists, and advocates for digital rights and protections for the world’s most vulnerable populations. From funding local Internet rights advocacy initiatives to open-source technology development, to designing cutting-edge approaches to organizational security, the IFR team focuses first on partners’ needs and connecting them to others demanding a safe, inclusive, and open Internet for all. You clean learn more about our work here: https://internews.org/areas-of-expertise/global-tech/what-we-do/
This position will be working on strengthening digital security of LGBTQIA+ communities in Lebanon, improving their resilience in the face of ongoing digital threats. The project will employ a multi-layered, community-based approach, focusing intensively and deliberately on the needs of LGBTQIA+ individuals.
Experience as a digital security trainer in Lebanon, including experience developing training curriculum;
Experience facilitating virtual digital security trainings;
Experience with threat modeling, and selecting/installing digital security-related software and equipment for individuals or organizations;
Excellent written and oral communication skills;
Strong understanding of secure communication tools;
Professional-level fluency in Arabic and English;
Optimism, a sense of humor, and excitement at supporting and elevating voices of people across the globe.
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