Education Research Volunteer

Location
Human Rights Action Centre, London EC2A 3EA
Hours per week
14 hours per week
Salary details
Unpaid - voluntary role, travel expenses only
Closing date
Friday 6 July 2018 at 12:00
Interview date
20 July 2018
Contact email
volunteer@amnesty.org.uk

We are looking for someone with a strong interest in the education work of Amnesty International who is keen to gain knowledge of the UK creative arts sector and human rights.

About the role

The Human Rights Education Unit is part of the Community Organising, HRE and Events team, and provides a broad range of teaching and training materials, resources and training in a variety of formal and non-formal educational settings.

We are looking for a volunteer to support the development of the Human Rights Education Unit’s projects, primarily the Words That Burn poetry education project, by undertaking online research to support relationship building and resource development.

This role provides the opportunity to volunteer for a leading international human rights organisation. This particular role will give you the experience in online research and knowledge of human rights education and the creative arts education sector.

About you

You should have a strong interest in the education work of Amnesty International and in providing office-based research support. You should also have a high standard of written English, good accuracy and attention to detail.

We are looking for someone who is available for approximately 14 hours per week for a minimum of 3 months. Days of week and hours are to be agreed (must be available to volunteer in the office on week days).

Apply for this role

Please read the task form at the bottom of this page, and complete the application form below if interested.

Email completed application forms to volunteer@amnesty.org.uk before 6 July 2018.

We value a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Downloads
Volunteer application form 2015.docx
Education Research Volunteer Task Form, June 2018.pdf