Volunteers are the heartbeat of our movement to end slavery. By joining the team at Hope for Justice (wherever you are in the world) you can be part of making huge change happen in virtually every continent.
Do you want to be part of something incredible? At Hope for Justice, we’re proud to work with a community of amazing volunteers – and we’d love you to join us! We are currently looking for volunteers for these roles:
Abolition Group – Leader/Member
Abolition Groups are local community groups that aim to learn more about modern slavery, share their knowledge through awareness-raising events, and raise funds through community outreach and events to help Hope for Justice to end slavery and change lives
As a Volunteer Speaker you will help to raise awareness about modern slavery and the work of Hope for Justice to end it. You will do this by attending events and presenting on behalf of Hope for Justice.
Hope for Justice Volunteer Chapter – Member
We’re looking for dynamic, motivated leaders to commit to represent Hope for Justice in their local communities. You’ll be our public face in your community; engaging local groups and businesses with our anti-trafficking work, raising vital awareness of the signs of human trafficking, and carrying out fundraising initiatives. All your efforts will help us prevent exploitation, rescue people who are being trafficked, and restore lives. You will be a key player in bringing about the societal reform we must see in order to reach our ultimate goal: a world without human trafficking.
Norway Programs Support
We are seeking volunteers in or near Oslo, Norway, to assist our multimedia platform investigations and presence; to reach out to new communities and potential victims with information; assisting with event planning; supporting Oslo Community Outreach Activities. Click to view the Role Profile (in English and Norsk) and to apply.
Norway Communications and Social Media
We are seeking volunteers to assist our Global Digital & Communications department with translations between English and Norwegian; creating content for our Norway-specific social channels and newsletters; engaging with people in Norway about our work and the issue of human trafficking; and helping with social posting and analytics. To apply, click to complete our online application form.
Flexible (Norwegian language skills required)