Job description

The ICO, based in London-UK, is an international organisation working for access to right to self-determination through activities empowering communities to overcome the barriers they face, fulfil their potential and create positive change in their local community.

Key elements of the roles will include project management support as well as supporting the delivery of our programme.

This is a voluntary and home-based position. We are looking for more than one project worker; feel free to communicate, if you can fulfil one or more of the following activities:

  • Assisting with project management, delivery and evaluation of transformative change to the practice of human rights amongst diverse communities
  • Assisting with the development and dissemination of a combination of communication material and resources for fundraising and crowdfunding
  • Assisting with development and delivery of projects, including researching relevant resources and preparing materials for project reports.
  • Supporting partner project management and evaluation, and monitoring progress
  • Helping to conduct research and preparing written material, which demonstrates a range of tools and techniques to encourage more for publication on the websites and other media.
  • Other activities may be reasonably required.

For those activities, a good level of English and at least minimum IT Skills are required. Again we are looking for more than one project worker; feel free to communicate, if you can fulfil one or more of those listed activities. 


This position involves very creative tasks, it can be suitable for anyone who are keen to work for human rights and in similar fields i.e. international relations, peace and conflict, social enterprise, or investment for social development. As a volunteer you will:

  • Gain experience and insight into the world of an international organisation
  • Understand the work of the UN and its departments
  • Develop skills and strategies needed in organising and administrating projects
  • Put your previous education into practice within an institution
  • Acquire experience within an international organisaiton working with local communities around the world and post-conflict states
  • Access a working experience within a multi-cultural environment 


This role is offered for 3 days per week, for at least 12 weeks from your starting date (Negotiable), so please APPLY ONLINE with your  CV  and the details of when, which days of the week and how long you are available.

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Posted on: 15 July 2019
Closed date: 13 October 2019
Tags: Project Management, Business Development