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Rights Advocate: Events Lead

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.

Every local team of Rights Advocates has four key leaders. As a Local Events Lead, you’ll:

  • Design and deliver inventive, engaging events – making sure your team has everything they need to make things run smoothly
  • Organise and host meetings – booking your venue, planning your agenda and working with your team to make sure people turn up, have fun and get involved in the campaign!
  • Build on your project management skills, as you set up events, big and small, to help your campaign make an impact

To become a Rights Advocate with Our Minds Our Future, you must also be:

  • aged 16-25
  • passionate about building a better mental health system
  • willing and able to dedicate time to the campaign (your mental health comes first!)
  • a trustworthy and reliable leader
  • available on the training dates for your role – check them here

Right now, we’re only recruiting new Rights Advocates in Manchester, Leeds, Bath and Southampton. If you’re not based in one of these areas – we’d still love for you to get involved, so sign up to stay in touch, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Insta, or email morr@youthaccess.org.uk if you have a specific idea.

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 kahra@youthaccess.org.uk or use this Doodle calendar to book a time for us to give you a call.

Other Local Lead roles

Fundraising Lead

Keep the funds flowing. Make sure your team’s plans can take shape, by planning money raising activities and online actions and helping your team stick to budget.

Strategy Lead

Keep your team on track. Build on your project management skills as you support your team to develop a hard hitting local campaign strategy.

Communications Lead

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.