Thank you for your interest in working at Index on Censorship.

P/T Development, Monitoring and Reporting  Officer

  • Central London (option to work partly from home).
  • 10 days between (1st Sept and 1st November).
  • £150 – £200 a day (depending on experience).

Leading international free expression charity Index on Censorship is looking for someone with experience in project monitoring and evaluating to join our dedicated team, whose activities include monitoring media freedom across 42 countries, publication of a quarterly magazine, production of a website on freedom of expression issues, campaigning and events.

Reporting to the Head of Advocacy, duties will include:

  • Writing reports for project funders
  • Creating and monitoring budgets
  • Evaluating projects for impact
  • Liaising with Head of Content for calendar deadlines & any online dissemination
  • Developing templates for internal monitoring and evaluation
  • Monitoring projects against grant agreements and contracts

Experience in writing and researching funding proposals required.

Index on Censorship is an Equal Opportunities Employer.


Mapping Media Freedom Correspondent

Index on Censorship is recruiting a Poland-based journalist to monitor violations of press freedom for Mapping Media Freedom. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis. The correspondent must be fluent in Polish and English and have good knowledge and understanding of the national/regional media landscape.

Mapping Media Freedom identifies violations and threats to media freedom in Europe. The online platform enables the reporting of media freedom incidents and provides support to journalists at risk. The programme covers EU member states, candidates for entry and neighbouring countries including the former Soviet Union.

The project works with a network of correspondents and partners based in various European countries.

Duties specifically require the correspondent to:

  • Monitor and report on violations of media plurality and freedom in the country.
  • Review and research crowdsourced information for verification in the language of the country as required.
  • File at least one (1) editorial piece of 800 words about media plurality and freedom in the country every other month for publication on and related websites in consultation with Index on Censorship staff.
  • Promote tools and resources via social media and direct contact with media professionals.
  • Occasional assistance with translation (of training material for example)
  • The language of submissions should be in English or bilingual

Applicants should send a CV and a recently published writing sample in English to Hannah Machlin, project manager, Mapping Media Freedom. [email protected]