Promoting Justice /
Protecting Rights

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We are always interested in hearing from students and others willing and able to donate some time and energy to learning about, and working for, greater human rights protection in Northern Ireland.

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Do you have a few hours available each week?

Volunteer with CAJ!

Although CAJ welcome volunteers, unfortunately we are unable to accept any further applications until Autumn 2017.

Our work involves carrying out research, lobbying and campaigning on issues such as equality and non-discrimination, accountable policing and justice, freedom of expression and international work.

We are always interested in hearing from students and others willing and able to donate some time and energy to learning about, and working for, greater human rights protection in Northern Ireland.  The kinds of activities are varied and may include:

  • Newspaper monitoring
  • Attending and preparing short reports on conferences/meetings
  • Observing and reporting on court proceedings
  • Preparation of short research papers
  • Analysis of office government papers
  • Variety of other routine office tasks (copying, telephone inquiries etc).

In addition to contributing to important work (CAJ relies extensively on volunteers to cover its very wide agenda of interests), volunteers should find this a very important learning experience and if they are interested in human rights work in future will have something very relevant to add to their CVs.

For further information about our volunteering opportunities, please contact Liz McAleer, CAJ Office Manager on liz@caj.org.uk or call 02890316000.