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Could you be our next trustee!
Women Working Worldwide is looking for new trustees to join our board.
Our current goals are focused on strengthening our organisation particularly through access to new funding channels, increasing our capacity to deliver gender justice projects with partners in Africa and Asia, and building our advocacy work and awareness raising in the UK.
The new trustees would need to be able to
Attend Board meetings; trustees attend our 1.5 hour (approx) meetings via zoom every 6 weeks.
Attend annual strategy meetings; staff, volunteers and trustees meet in the WWW offices for a day or half-day once a year.
Experience in the following areas are preferred:
Fundraising and financial expertise
Ethical Trade and labour standards
Global value chains
Could you be our next student volunteer?
If you are thinking you might like to take up a student placement with Women Working Worldwide or you would like to volunteer with us, we are always looking for people with the interest and skills in: media, fundraising, labour rights, international development, gender and general office admin. We can't offer payment but we do offer unlimited teas and coffee, biscuits, a supportive placement and engagement in a worthwhile cause.
Interested? Then send us an email saying who you are and why you'd like to volunteer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have really loved my time at WWW. It has given me an insight into how women are affected at every level of supply chains. It has also taught me how workplaces can vary across different cultures in regards to how women are treated. It has also made me more conscientious about what I buy and where I buy it from. I had great fun working with the team who are really dedicated and passionate about what they do.
- Nina, previous volunteer
Women Working Worldwide "continues to punch above its weight through tactically working with other NGOs and collaborative project working with partners."
Overall, Women Working Worldwide's work proved that "a woman-led project and advocacy focus produces lasting results that benefit women workers and tackle their particular problems."
Oxfam Novib, 2012