TU Dublin Christmas Appeal Team
TU Dublin Societies Office
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Requirements:Interest in international volunteering and social media
Join Comhlamh and Tearfund Ireland in a special student volunteering Action Team. The Action Team will meet virtually to learn about the Comhlamh Campaign to End Overseas Orphanage Volunteering.
Volunteers will be empowered to learn about the Charter and then how to support others to sign the Charter.
Is training provided?: Yes
Skills required for this role:
Training for all volunteers
In an online discussion around the growing global movement to end orphanage volunteering and the institutionalisation of children join Ruth Wacuka, international speaker and founding Director of Reroot Africa webinar will speak about her experiences of orphanage care in Kenya and her work on care reform.
EXPERT PANEL This one-hour workshop briefing is an opportunity for students to hear directly from a leading advocate with lived experience on care reform; and to engage in action on a global development and children's rights issue.
If you are interested in global justice issues, children's rights or international relations, then come along to learn more.
Minimum time commitment per week:
1 hour p/week
If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:
Name: Lorraine Tansey
Address: ALIVE, NUI Galway
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