If you have ever wondered what you would have done during the Trans'Atlantic Slave Trade, you are dong it now. Are you doing something? Wish you were? Here's your chance to join the ranks of abolitionists down through time through community organising.
Community Organisers and Community Leads for slavefreetrade are responsible for uniting people to work together to make the world a better place. If you are interested in helping us on our mission to bring the protection of slavefreetrade to one third of the world's working population by 2030, please read more to see how you can be an activist for decent work.
We have not focused on movement building in our work until now, while we have been defining and building our decent work solutions for workplaces. With forthcoming consumer campaigning tools, however, the moment for movement building is on us. Would you like to be responsible for defining and growing our community movements, mobilising populations in support of the objectove of ending modern slavery and human rights abuses in workplaces?
Similar to that of the coach for an athletic team, our Community Organisers and Community Leads will be responsible for building a community of people or institutions to works towards our common goal through collective action. In order to work towards this objective, our community Organisers and Community Leads are focused on building a chapter of slavefreetrade in "their community" - whether geographic, professional, workplace, or thematic. The volunteer duties are NOT onerous, and no more than a few hours a week, include defining the model and tools we will use to build communities for our movement.
Once we have defined those things, the movement building work will get under way, you will be working on expanding the membership base, raising questions or alternatives, helping to articulate and explain our messages to end modern slavery, developing sound organising strategies, recruiting leadership, assisting with fundraising, running member meetings, and facilitating training sessions.