UL Buddy Programme Autumn 2018
International Education Division, UL
We, the students of Fáilte Refugees, encourage students to volunteer to help on this campaign from all over Ireland.
To increase awareness of the global migration crisis.
To empower the students of Ireland to be agents of change.
To motivate the people of Ireland to support the Irish Government to stand by its commitment of accepting at least 4000 refugees.
To welcome refugees into every community in Ireland and support their integration into Irish society.
YOUR ROLE AS A VOLUNTEER
We encourage students from every discipline across all the different campuses to come together to volunteer as part of this campaign.
We already have groups of students working together in DCU, DIT, NUIG, UCD, TCD, UCC, WIT, RCSI and NUI Maynooth. If your university is here, why not apply today to join the group?
Don’t worry if there’s not a group on your campus. You can start your own by signing up here!
Is training provided?: Yes
Tasks that the volunteer(s) will be expected to undertake:
Skills required for this role:
Details of time commitment needed for role:
Time commitment will depend on individual HEIs.
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: Holly Dignam
Address: Fáilte Refugees, UCD O' Brien Centre for Science, UCD, Belfield, D4
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