Are you aged 16-25? Fed up of the mental health system failing to meet young people’s needs?
Raise your voice as a Rights Advocate for Our Minds Our Future.
Our Minds Our Future is a campaign led by young people, for young people. Right now, we’re looking for our next teams of ‘Rights Advocates’ to lead the campaign in their local area. Could you be one?
We train young people as Rights Advocates, so you know your rights in the mental health system and how to use those rights to demand change.
The role can fit around your other commitments and can help you build skills and experience. As well as the training we offer, you’ll be part of a local team and a national network of young people campaigning on the same issue, so you’ll always have support.
How does it work?
Right now, we’re building new Rights Advocate teams in Manchester, Leeds, Bath and Southampton. Every team needs four leaders – in strategy, communications, events and fundraising. MORR gives special training to build each leader’s skills and support your team’s campaign.
To become a Rights Advocate in Manchester, Leeds, Bath or Southampton – follow these 5 steps:
If you’d like to discuss the Rights Advocate role in a bit more detail with a member of the Make Our Rights Reality team, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or use this Doodle calendar to book a time for us to give you a call.
Ready to start leading?
Step 1 – pick a role
Keep your team on track. Build on your project management skills as you support your team to develop a hard hitting local campaign strategy. Click to read more.
Get your voices heard. Whether it’s through photos, blogs, design or film - use your creative skills to promote your team’s activities locally and nationally. Click to read more.
Bring people together to bring them on board. Build on your skills in events and project management to create events that get people excited about Our Minds Our Future. Click to read more.