All who take part in Talk Trafficking do so as volunteers. We take great pride in working as a team, and we embrace political diversity. We believe that if we, despite our different political opinions on how to deal with the issue of Human Trafficking, can work as a team and find common ground where others cannot, we will have the upper hand in the fight against Human Trafficking. If you want to be part of the fight and are looking for a team with a unique dynamic, then you are looking in the right place!
There are many different ways you can volunteer at Talk Trafficking. You can become a writer, plan events, work with PR, and much more. As we are a concept in constant development, we are keen on trying out new things and seeking new opportunities to improve our interactive platform. Check out the following volunteer options, but please do not feel limited by them. If you have something specific that you would like to contribute to the team, then feel free to contact us!
If you have any questions regarding volunteering for Talk Trafficking please contact Founder Selina Urbak-Maard at email@example.com or Volunteer Coordinator Therese Hardø at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you!
The best thing about being a volunteer writer here at Talk Trafficking is that you can be a volunteer writer no matter where you are in the world. All you need is a laptop and an Internet connection and there you go! We are interested in all kinds of blogs, as long as they are not discriminatory, racist, or otherwise equally inappropriate. Becoming a volunteer writer at Talk Trafficking means committing yourself to writing a minimum of 2 blogs a month, preferably with steady deadlines, whilst contributing to research. All blogs must be in English as we wish to maintain an international profile.
If you are interested in becoming a steady Talk Trafficking volunteer writer, then send a draft of a blog, your CV, and a short text about why you wish to become a part of Talk Trafficking to Volunteer Coordinator Therese Hardø at email@example.com
If you wish to be a Talk Trafficking writer, but are unable to commit as a volunteer, you are very welcome to send a blog to us as a guest writer.
We welcome all kinds of blogs as long as they are related to Human Trafficking and/or Human Rights. We welcome diversity and new insights with open arms.
A guest writer is welcome to enter a blog more than once. If you are interested in sending us a guest blog, please send it to our Creative Coordinator and Editor Line Larsen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in becoming a Talk Trafficking event planner? Then look no further! We are looking for volunteers who are interested in helping us with event planning, as we will be hosting events on a regular basis. Events include concerts, awareness raising events, volunteer information days and much more. We are very interested in hosting alternative and creative events where audience interaction is the main focus. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, then please send your CV and a short text about why you wish to become a part of Talk Trafficking to Volunteer Coordinator email@example.com
Do you have a flair for PR and/or have experience navigating through various social media platforms? Great! We are looking for volunteers to help us ensure that we are always up to date in social media activities/platforms and to help design posters, build awareness and so on for Talk Trafficking events and more. We are also looking for volunteers who are keen on public speaking and engaging the public in other ways.
If you are interested in working with Talk Trafficking PR and Social Media, then please send your CV and a short text about why you wish to become a part of Talk Trafficking to Volunteer Coordinator Therese Hardø at firstname.lastname@example.org