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LGBT Hate Crime Ambassadors Needed!

2nd September 2015

METRO Charity are part of the National LGBT Hate Crime Partnership - 31 LGBT organisations working together to encourage and empower victims of LGBT hate crime to recognise it and report. METRO are coordinating this for Southeast London, Kent & Medway and Essex.

We are looking to recruit volunteer hate crime ambassadors and volunteer hate crime coodinators to work in their local area to form a network across those areas.

LGBT Hate Crime Volunteer Co-ordinator

As an LGBT Hate Crime Volunteer Co-ordinator you will be responsible for the administration of our LGBT hate crime service. You will support the organisation in the recruitment, selection and support of LGBT advocate volunteers. You will create links with outreach venues and oversee the coordination of our regular outreach sessions. You will be a point of contact for volunteer ambassadors when they are taking part in the daytime/evening outreach sessions. You will collect, type and store the outreach session reports and appropriately signpost any safeguarding issues.

LGBT Hate Crime Volunteer Coordinator Role Description

LGBT Hate Crime Volunteer Ambassador

As an LGBT Hate Crime Ambassador you will provide information to the public about reporting LGBT Hate Crime. You will record any hate crimes reported to you and liaise with METRO regarding these. You will signpost people to relevant services for support.

LGBT Hate Crime Volunteer Ambassador Role Description

Download the application and monitoring forms from the bottom of our volunteering opportunities page. For any details on either of these roles, please feel free to give us a call on 020 8305 5000 or email us at safer@metrocharity.org.uk. Applications close on Friday 11th September with training on Saturday 19th September.

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