Category "News"

Now Recruiting: Research Manager

Now Recruiting: Research Manager

Opportunity closing date: Monday, rx 5 December, 2016 Opportunity type: Employment Summary Experienced social researcher to do theoretical research to inform our programing as well as to oversee evaluation studies and publications. May do this work while holding down other employment such [...]

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NOW RECRUITING: Research Manager

NOW RECRUITING: Research Manager

Heartlines has recognised that it has a growing need for an in-house research and evaluation department. The points stated below provide an indication of the duties that would be required of those who apply for the position of research manager: Knowledge [...]

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Now Recruiting: Freelance Designer & Illustrator

Now Recruiting: Freelance Designer & Illustrator

The project Graphic design and illustration of a 64-page printed resource   Skills/experience needed Graphic design of books, order magazines or printed resources Illustration ability Ability to produce quality design in a short space of time   Other NB things to note Project availability period: 17 August – [...]

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Youth Day 2016: Turn up or own up?

Youth Day 2016: Turn up or own up?

  Forty years ago, treatment thousands of young people “turned up” in their numbers – not to get down and party but to stand together and be counted. History remembers them. Today we live in the victory of their legacy. Forty [...]

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What’s Your Story? Update

What’s Your Story? Update

What’s your Story? Now more than ever South Africans need to hear stories of hope, view stories that will help us understand each other better and break down prejudice and racial tension. Our What’s your Story? campaign is well underway [...]

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Heartlines Wins World Vision Award

Heartlines Wins World Vision Award

For the past two years World Vision Africa has offered an award for the member organisation who has supported child wellbeing in the past year. We are incredibly humbled to announce that Heartlines, ask the Centre for Values Promotion, [...]

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