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Restorative Justice for All
Multiple Locations
JCI Greenwich
Multiple Locations
This is Voluntary without Pay
Page 9 of 12
SE16, London
Job description

Restorative Justice for All International Institute is pleased to announce a vacancy for a part-time intern to act as a Project/Research Intern on our youth and justice-related projects. The post is flexible as the work can be carried out remotely.
The postholder will be offered a number of training opportunities as well as the chance to work in a variety of areas. The internship duration is from 1 to 3 months starting as soon as possible. Internships are unpaid, but volunteer costs including travelling will be covered. At the end of the internship, you will be able to obtain a YouthPass certificate and CPD accreditation if you participate in the translational projects that we are part of.
The role:
This volunteering opportunity is open to anyone who wishes to build up their CV. We want to offer a rounded experience to all our interns and therefore they are engaged in four different areas of work: 

  1. Research and policy on one of our projects (organising and participating in local projects, e-learning activities, etc) 
  2. Administrative work such as managing our organisation email account and liaising with relevant stakeholders
  3. Social media such as leading on our Facebook/LinkedIn
  4. To write for the website, blogs and other newsletters

What do we do:

One of our projects, for example, is called ‘Sailing the Mayflower’. The project’s main aim is to commemorate the sailing of the Mayflower in 1620 and celebrate its stories among local residents. This project will hold a youth-led Awards Ceremony during October 2020, bringing over 100 people together. Leading to the Ceremony, the project will run a competition on the theme of the Mayflower, generating high-quality volunteering opportunities. Some of these volunteers will then be trained to project manage and quality control of the project. Some of the categories that will be evaluated are 

  • Visual arts: painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, photography, video, filmmaking, design, crafts etc
  • Performing arts (+ poetry): music, poetry, singing, dancing and theatre.
  • Writing: blog/research paper.
  • Community: community project and community leader.

We have many other projects that involve sports, arts, sailing, research on gender-based violence, creation of workshops of youth radicalisation.. etc.. if you are interested, please let us know

Remember that all volunteers working directly with kids (not online) will need to be DBS Checked.

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Restorative Justice for All

Restorative Justice for All (RJ4All) is an international Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) with a mission to advance community and so... Read more

Posted on: 08 October 2019
Closing date: 06 January 2020
Tags: Policy/Research,Volunteer Management
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