Research volunteers

We are looking for research volunteers to assist with a new project! This person would be responsible for researching and collating projects or resources (locally and internationally) that have aimed to bring about constructive conversations on difficult and divisive topics. For example, in the United States after Donald Trump was elected as President, the New York Times released a resource entitled "How could you? 19 Questions to Ask Loved Ones Who Voted the Other Way”.

Time commitment: Minimum 20hrs between the 23/7 until the 14/9. Time allocation flexible, i.e. you could do 2.5hrs/week, or 4 x 5hrs, etc.

Working from: Flexible - Home or C4C office (673 Bourke St, Melb)

Other requirements: Must be able to attend a 1hr induction, either at our office or via Zoom, sometime during business hours on July 24, 26 or 27.

To apply please send an email to [email protected] with your availability for the induction and a brief (200 word or less, informal/dot-pointed) description of a project or resource that has aimed to bring about constructive conversations on difficult and divisive topics! 



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