The Detention Forum are looking for volunteers!

Our amazing friends in the Detention Forum – an advocacy network of organisations who challenge immigration detention –  are looking for enthusiastic, curious and thoughtful individuals to be part of the their growing volunteer team.

 

They are looking for people with a deep interest in and commitment to migrants rights movement and challenging immigration detention. Core tasks include

  • take part in volunteer team discussions about our work, how we are communicating and contribute ideas, thoughts and help, in order to improve how the Detention Forum does its work;
  • ensure our Twitter account (@DetentionForum) is actively disseminating accurate and relevant information about immigration detention and communicate our asks and key message in a way that gathers more support for our call for change (in practical terms, this means volunteers take turns to be responsible for managing our Twitter account one day a week, but this can be done by programming tweets in advance if you prefer);
  • scanning for immigration detention related news to disseminate over Twitter

You can find more information about what is entailed and how to apply here. Deadline Monday 5th March.



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