Field NotesBlogging at jhr<br />Justine Yu<br />Social Media Coordinator<br />
To assist in jhr’s overall mission of making everyone in the world fully aware of their rights <br />
To provide consistent and transparent insight into the work of jhr<br />To build our reputation as an expert in the area o...
To promote and enhance online relationships and the incentive to take action<br />
Guiding Principles<br />
Make everyone around the world fully aware of their rights.<br />
 Be transparent. <br /> Be genuine.<br />
Offer value, start conversations, and care.<br />
Be on message and on principle.<br />
Keep your posts relevant and engaging.<br />
Be selective.<br />
Protect confidential information and relationships.<br />
Listen and respond.<br />
BE….<br />Insightful<br />Illuminating<br />Optimistic<br />Descriptive<br />Personal<br />Vibrant<br />Sincere<br />Power...
Have fun!<br />
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A quick and easy guide to jhr's blogging policy for overseas trainers and interns.

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  • Since you are a representative ofjhr, we ask that you abide by the follow guiding principles…nothing firm or rigid, just general guidelines so that your posts are consistent with the rest of jhr programming.
  • As always, our central goal will remain at the forefront. All efforts will be focused upon making our audience more aware of their human rights.
  • Abide by the messaging of jhr as an organization as well as the organization’s core principles.
  • Blog posts should be used to inform, entertain and enlighten audiences about your experience working and living as a radio intern. Good topics:work you may have contributed to on a series or broadcast highlighting a particular rights issue fun details from a recent workshop or eventa meeting with a journalist who has particularly inspired you humorous items about the inevitable logistical challenges of life in sub-Saharan Africa can also work.Notinteresting topics: generic rants about how bored/frustrated/tired you are by a coworker or colleague’s behavior, in-depth disclosure of last night’s blow-out beer-fest in Accra.
  • try not to veer to far from your internship experience and refrain from revealing too much personal information
  • Show that you appreciate the feedback you receive by responding to comments and emails, even if it is just a few words. Remember, jhr is all about creating societal dialogue on human rights issues!
  • Field Notes Guide

    1. 1. Field NotesBlogging at jhr<br />Justine Yu<br />Social Media Coordinator<br />
    2. 2.
    3. 3. To assist in jhr’s overall mission of making everyone in the world fully aware of their rights <br />
    4. 4. To provide consistent and transparent insight into the work of jhr<br />To build our reputation as an expert in the area of rights media and human rights, in general <br />
    5. 5. To promote and enhance online relationships and the incentive to take action<br />
    6. 6. Guiding Principles<br />
    7. 7. Make everyone around the world fully aware of their rights.<br />
    8. 8. Be transparent. <br /> Be genuine.<br />
    9. 9. Offer value, start conversations, and care.<br />
    10. 10. Be on message and on principle.<br />
    11. 11. Keep your posts relevant and engaging.<br />
    12. 12. Be selective.<br />
    13. 13. Protect confidential information and relationships.<br />
    14. 14. Listen and respond.<br />
    15. 15. BE….<br />Insightful<br />Illuminating<br />Optimistic<br />Descriptive<br />Personal<br />Vibrant<br />Sincere<br />Powerful<br />Inclusive<br />Valuable<br />Transparent<br />Inspiring<br />
    16. 16. Have fun!<br />

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