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Volunteers wanted - 20 years celebrations

Help Zero Tolerance celebrate 20 years of pioneering work.

This year Zero Tolerance is celebrating 20 years since the original poster campaign put violence against women firmly on the public and political agendas. To mark the anniversary we would like to hold a fun, accessible event that grassroots activists and communities can take part in, raising awareness of the issues and the Zero Tolerance approach. We are looking for a small group of volunteers to take on the organisation of this event, which will take place in November this year.

If you are available for a few hours a week between now and November, have lots of ideas and want to get experience of running events and meet likeminded people, please email us with a brief paragraph about your skills and why you would like to volunteer, or call 0131 2482410 for a chat about the role.

See the volunteer task description below for more information.

Although these posts have now been filled, please don't hestitate to get in touch with us should you want to volunteer with Zero Tolerance in the near future. We are always keen to hear from potential volunteers.

Volunteer role - 20 years event.doc
Added: June 27, 2012
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