We are commissioning a new website: read our project specifications here

By Evie Breese - 26 January 2024

Having started in 2016 as a grassroots organisation, our visual identity and website have been developed by volunteers. This has made a huge contribution to establishing the charity, but we want to ensure that our digital presence continues to reflect our position today. In the last eight years, there have been exciting developments in technology, such as AI, and we are keen to make sure we are using all the tools available to us to be as accessible as possible. 

Our clients speak a range of languages, so our content should be available to them in the languages they prefer. We also have users who have low levels of digital literacy, so we want our site to be as easy to understand and navigate as possible. Equally, our website is where we showcase our research and policy, so must be engaging to journalists, policymakers and researchers alike.

If you are an experienced project partner with a good track record of website development and good design, complete this online form (EOI) to register your interest.

The deadline for submitting an EOI is 01 March 2024. We aim to review all proposals, follow up with shortlisted candidates, and commission the project in April 2024. Shortlisted candidates will have an opportunity to meet with our team and submit a more comprehensive proposal.

Download our project specification for more information on what we’re looking for and some FAQs.

If you have any questions, contact our Senior communications officer, Evie Breese; evie.breese@workrightscentre.org 

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