By Luca Pace - 31 January 2022
Is social justice a subject close to your heart? Do you speak a language other than English? We'd love to hear from you!
The Work Rights Centre is looking to widen its frontline volunteer team. This is a great opportunity for university students specialising in law or social sciences, or for anyone looking for a career pivot to the third sector. It's a change to give something back to migrant communities and gain experience in social welfare law.
As part of our volunteering team, you'll be shadowing experienced caseworkers. Every day brings something new. You might be working on:
As a volunteer, we'd expect you to commit a minimum of four hours per week, for a minimum of three months. There's a lot to learn, but you'll get up to speed in no time. And believe us, it's worth it! Our team helped recover over £157,000 in unpaid wages for migrants - and many of our staff members started off as volunteers.
We're looking for a motivated volunteer with a real interest in migrants' rights. Knowledge of social welfare law is desirable but not essential, as long as you are keen to learn. Essentially, we want to see that you:
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