Why volunteer for Amnesty?
You will experience working for a major campaigning organisation and help us to make a difference. We run a volunteer programme in our offices in London, Edinburgh, Belfast and Cardiff. Volunteers are involved in a lot of different roles in campaigning, marketing, media and general support. So if you have time to give, come and join our voluntary programme.
If you don't have time to commit to volunteering, why not join a local group? It's a great way to support Amnesty campaigns, get involved in events and meet like minded people. Find out more | Other ways to get involved
Volunteer in our National/Regional offices
- Valuable and varied experience of work in the field of human rights
- Develop skills, knowledge and experience in computer literacy, dealing with public enquiries, office administration and team working
- Opportunity to be part of an exciting programme of work, making a real difference to people's lives
- Volunteers who have worked at Amnesty for three months or more may request a reference and advice on interview techniques etc, if applying for a job
- Volunteers can claim travel expenses within their national office's area and luncheon vouchers for the days they work.
- To commit for at least three months
- To carry out work in line with Amnesty's aims and objectives
- To respect Amnesty's values
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If you would like to help but can't commit to our voluntary programme, there are many other ways you can get involved with Amnesty's work, no matter who you are or how much time you have. You could join a local group, student group, specialist network or speak to schools. More