London Volunteers needed (16-25) for ACT forum

STOP THE TRAFFIK has recently been granted funding for the establishment of ACT-v groups (Active Communities against Trafficking) across the UK.

ACT-v groups are designed to raise awareness and fight human trafficking in local communities. Each ACT-v group and will be comprised of local volunteers aged between 16 and 25.

In London, we are looking for a group of young people to become involved in this exciting new project. You must be able to attend monthly meetings with the London ACT forum and work with the regional coordinator to set up and support ACT-v groups in your local community.

The first meeting of the ACT-v London Forum will be held at 6pm on Monday 19 October at STOP THE TRAFFIK International Office, 75 Westminster Bridge Road, London
SE1 7HS. The dates and times of future meetings will be decided by those involved.

This is an excellent opportunity to build your CV and gain numerous valuable transferable skills such as: public speaking, setting up and running meetings, youth work, experience working with an international NGO, research, networking…

Skills Needed

• Experience of working in a team and with young people
• Good listening and communication skills
• Desire to combat human trafficking and other forms of exploitation

If you are interested in getting involved please email


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