Your role will be to participate in the broadcasting of the non-profit animal rights message of 269Life France by translating the content of our different communication channels. This position may be entrusted to more than one person for the sake of effectiveness.
We trust that you will
take on the responsibility to, autonomously or by the use of collective intelligence, translate content such as slogans and banners not only in a linguistically correct way, but also so that it fits into the politico-cultural context in countries where English is the dominant language.
Taking the initiative to invent new slogans from scratch is highly appreciated but not required.
Different types of content to translate :
- Philosophical discourses
- Social media posts
- The official website
- Video subtitles
- Excellent understanding of English grammar and spelling.
- An important understanding and experience of the animal rights movement in countries where English is the dominant language.
- A fluent understanding in reading/writing of the French and English language.
- A good understanding of the politico-cultural contexts in countries where English is the dominant language.
- A minimum understanding of the politico-cultural context in France.
This position involves no economic compensation.
About 269Life France
By the use of direct action, civil disobedience, scenery perceived as "chocking" (learn more on our social media) ; fake blood and the screams of other animals, we aim to put the victims of the speciste oppressive system in the centre of the public debate. By the use of (inter)national media we aim to deconstruct the speciste ideology as a cultural and political phenomenon.
For example, our manifestation for the end of fishing during which four activists pierced their cheeks with hooks was covered by over 20 (inter)national news media such as Libération, Le Figaro, Le Parisien and France TV. Another pacifist action where many litres of fake blood was poured on the floor in a butchers market caused national outcry and multiple interviews.
In relationship to other similar associations, we consider ourselves an important and complementary national actor to raise the level, and put the victims in the light, of the public debate regarding the exploitation of other animals.
We are a decentralised organisation that works for the recognition of the fundamental rights of all sentient beings without any arbitrary discriminations. We demand the unconditional abolishment of any practice that denies the fundamental rights of sentient beings.
We do not seek to empty the cages by first enlarging them.