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27 Research, Policy, & Analysis volunteer opportunities in Sydney City found.

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Archives Volunteer

  • Location: Glebe NSW
  • Category: Indigenous Australians

Tranby’s archives hold one of the biggest collections of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island records and artefacts outside the State Library. The Tranby Archives preserve and provide access to the permanent records of Tranby. These are authentic records that document and illustrate the life and times of Tranby, its students, staff, activities and governance. The collection reflects the working life, achievements and celebrations of Tranby and Indigenous recent history since the 1950s.

Grant Writer

  • Location: Sydney NSW
  • Category: Community Services

Do What You Can is a registered not-for-profit organisation and we are passionate about helping the community to stay socially connected and professionally engaged! Our goal is to close the gap between education and employment by facilitating a supportive environment where members of the community can learn, practice and share their knowledge and skills, stay positive, feel included, develop a positive sense of achievement and sense of belonging and become an active part of Australian society

Media Analyst

  • Location: Surry Hills NSW
  • Category: Human Rights

The objective of the volunteer Media Analyst will be to survey the manner in which race is reported on in mainstream media through monitoring, collecting and analysing relevant media sources. All Together Now will be able to use this evidence-based information to create a ‘best-practice’ model of media practice and hold journalists and organisations accountable when they fall short of this benchmark.

Advocacy Research Assistant volunteer

  • Location: North Ryde NSW
  • Category: Human Rights

Are you looking to volunteer 1-2 days/week? Are you interested in social justice issues? Our advocacy team would love to have you on board! We’re looking for volunteers to support our research work with companies to find out what practices they have in place to minimise the risk of slavery and exploitation. We’ll then use this data to award companies a grade, which will be made available via our Behind the Barcode reports and Ethical Fashion Guides.