Found 7 Human Rights volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Administrative Officer

    The Administrative Officer will undertake a range of general administration duties to support the operations of Ballina Region for Refugees Inc.

    Id:100687
    Human Rights
    Long Term
    Ballina, NSW
  2. Red Cross Shop Willagee - Volunteer Sales Assistant

    Volunteers needed to assist with customer service provided at the Willagee Red Cross Shop. As a Volunteer Sales Assistant you will greet customers, provide assistance as required, and process sales through the till. We are looking for staff able to work afternoons 1pm-5pm or all day Saturday.

    Id:6822
    Human Rights
    Long Term
    Willagee, WA
  3. Shop Assistant - Mosman Park

    Supervisors and Team members - Do you have the time, skills and and enthusiasm for op shopping? This is a great chance to meet new people

    Id:316
    Human Rights
    Long Term
    Mosman Park, WA
  4. Shop Assistant - Mount Hawthorn

    Do you have the time, skills and enthusiasm for Op shopping? This is a great opportunity to meet new people and learn new skills as part of our retai

    Id:318
    Human Rights
    Long Term
    Joondanna, WA
  5. Volunteer Activists

    Are you passionate about human rights and looking for a way to make a change? Join a team of like-minded people and really make a difference!

    Id:45514
    Human Rights
    Long Term
    Canberra, ACT
  6. Volunteer Content Writer

    Are you passionate about writing, art and human rights? Seize this opportunity to gain experience, make a positive contribution and collaborate with an awesome group of people! Volunteers will have the opportunity to write articles, conduct research and interviews for our ARTillery (SA) blog (with possibility of content being shared on Amnesty International Australia website and social media). Giving voice to artists who fight for human rights is one of our main goals.

    Id:98609
    Human Rights
    Long Term
    Adelaide, SA
  7. Teaching Materials Research and Development Worker

    The One World Centre (OWC) is seeking a person with a teaching background, and a passion for global citizenship education, to review the OWC Library’s extensive range of interactive Discovery Boxes and to up-date the accompanying teacher’s guides and information sheets. This work would suit a retired or part-time teacher. The position is part-time, having flexible working hours and conditions. OWC is a not-for-profit organisation in Bayswater.

    Id:100855
    Human Rights
    Long Term
    Bayswater, WA