Anti-slavery work

6th November 2019 | Modern slavery

Here are a few opportunities to volunteer or work in the modern slavery sector, for two brilliant organisations who we have really enjoyed working with.

The Clewer Initiative

Our team is growing! We have one job opportunity available to apply for until 22nd November, and we are welcoming two new team members around the same time. You can read interviews with Kerry and Steve on our blog and get to know them a little better.

Modern slavery campaigner for transforming communities together

A part-time role based in Walsall, TCT are looking for someone who is passionate about ending modern slavery and who believes that the church and communities have a big part to play in ending modern slavery. The role is jointly funded with Mothers Union and they would like the person appointed to deliver a campaign against modern slavery in parishes across the Diocese of Lichfield using awareness raising material developed in conjunction with The Clewer Initiative (that’s us!)

Outreach and client support volunteer for Rahab

Rahab support women involved in prostitution and women who have experienced sexual exploitation. They are looking for a London-based volunteer who can commit to two or three hours fortnightly on a weekday afternoon or early evening for a minimum of 18 months to be part of a team doing outreach work with their clients. You would take part in regular welfare visits to the women where they work or in other settings, developing compassionate trust based relationships and where relevant, and under guidance from Rahab staff, provide information, advice and practical support according to the women’s needs.

Volunteer ESOL teacher for Rahab

Rahab are looking for a London-based volunteer who can commit to giving weekly lessons, for two to three hours a week (including preparation time), daytime or evening, for a minimum of six months. Rahab is recruiting resourceful, flexible and committed volunteer teachers to lead 1:1 or small group classes for women who wish to develop their English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. The learners are women from different countries, cultures and language groups. Some wish to improve their conversational English whilst others would like to study at an advanced level to achieve IELTS or CELTs qualifications. Rahab very much welcome applications from qualified teachers but they are equally looking for a volunteer who can engage, inspire and support the women in their learning.

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