The migration justice movement is growing. Join Right to Remain as a Trustee and become a part of it!
Do you want to work with us to achieve our vision of a world in which everyone can exercise their right to remain with dignity and humanity, where they need to be? We are looking for people from a variety of backgrounds and with right skills to join our Board of Trustees to help shape our future and deliver our strategy.
Right to Remain is a national migration justice organisation. We work with communities, groups and organisations across the UK, providing information, resources, training and assistance to help people to establish their right to remain and to challenge injustice in the immigration and asylum system. We build knowledge, we build radical solidarity and we build power. We are a registered charity (charity number 1192934) and currently employ six staff members.
We are recruiting up to three new Trustees at this crucial stage in Right to Remain’s development, as we are about to launch our new strategy. We are interested in hearing from people with a demonstrable commitment to our values and ethos (agency, mutual aid, solidarity, anti-racism, foregrounding people with experience, people-power) and who are willing to bring energy, enthusiasm and commitment to the role, in order to strengthen the governance and accountability of the Board. We are keen to broaden the diversity of thinking on our Board. Further information about duties of trustees, what we are looking for the application process and whom to contact for an informal chat about this role is available in Trustee Application Pack.
The closing date for applications is Monday 22 January 2024. If you are shortlisted for the role, you will be invited to an online interview in the week of 5 February.
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On reaching the UK, people face a hostile environment. Without help, many will be forcibly sent back to the wars, persecution and misery they have fled.
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