The Legal Assistant (Volunteer) is an exciting opportunity to gain practical experience of client-facing legal work with a high level of support and supervision. You will assist on legal casework; provide file management and administrative support; and act as the first point of contact for the organisation in-person, on the phone, and via email. You would therefore play a critical role in client and external relations.
Justice Centre will be hosting a free, in-depth online training session on producing expert medical reports for asylum proceedings as according to international standards on 29 September.
The Communications and Development Intern will be placed in the Fundraising and Development Team to support a wide range of Justice Centre’s external engagement activities and cultivate cross-sector support for the mission and vision of Justice Centre.
The Policy and Research intern will develop public policy and research expertise and provide a valuable contribution to Justice Centre’s clients and the Research, Policy and Advocacy team. We particularly encourage candidates from minority backgrounds to apply, including LGBT+ people, disabled people, ethnic minorities, and refugees.
Freefall is the latest photobook from Alexander Treves that documents in vivid, compelling and intimate detail, the lives of refugees and other displaced communities from all around the world. Join us at the Museum CAFE8 on 1 September 2022 to celebrate the launch of this powerful and thought-provoking photo book.