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Organisation : Citizen C Foundation

Location : Australia, International, Melbourne, Online

Time required : Give what you can

Duration of project : 67 days. Ends 19 July 2021

Sector : Arts & Culture, Children, Community Development, Community Engagement, Other, Women, Youth & Young People

Application closing date : 31 May, 2021

About the role

Help us connect with and engage individuals and organisations all over the world to participate in our exciting #67minutes2transformtheworld campaigns. More information here: www.67minutes2transformtheworld.org

You will manage one campaign and be instrumental in helping us:

  • connect and liaise with potential participants
  • build long term supportive relationships and partnerships
  • coordinate the campaign and ensure its smooth running
  • engage and manage volunteer project officers
  • inject your own creative ideas and input into the project

#67minutes2transformtheworld is a 67 day global call to action in the lead up to Mandela Day. Nelson Mandela was in service for 67 years, Mandela Day asks individuals to start with 67 minutes. #67minutes2transformtheworld is jam packed with exciting engagement opportunities for all ages and interests designed to build and sustain a social movement for simple and quick action. 

About the organisation

Organisation name : Citizen C Foundation

Citizen C: ordinary people creating extraordinary change

Citizen C is a not for profit that harnesses the power of people behind a social movement to find new insights, connections and possibilities while actioning innovative approaches to a problem. 

 

Citizen C combines humanitarianism and creativity to harness the power of people in the pursuit of a greater purpose. Citizen C is committed to developing innovative and creative thinkers as well as compassionate and impactful members of our global community.

Citizen aims to: 
  • empower individuals and increase their ability to affect social change

  • offer innovative and uniquely tailored programs that serve to break barriers and build capacity while promoting independence and healing in a connected and scaffolded environment

  • offer programs, activities and products that encourage and guide all ages in the pursuit of creative thought and artistic expression while fostering social conscience

  • connect individuals and groups through events and projects that foster  empowerment through contribution and cooperation

Citizen employs the arts:
  • to give voice to the unheard

  • to educate and inform

  • to foster self knowledge, discovery and empowerment

  • to open conversation and provide a means of engagement

  • to connect people in shared humanity through story, emotion and united for a common cause

  • to find sameness amidst difference

CITIZEN C FOUNDATION

Aims to: 
  • contribute to developing global citizens that are both united through the basic human attributes of compassion, tolerance and understanding and willing to take action in the spirit of these qualities.

  • promote and facilitate a global community of creative thinkers working towards social change at the local, national and international levels.

  • cultivate a network of collaboration and cross fertilisation 

  • develop local, national and international cooperation which, in turn, contributes to a universal global partnership for development

  • connect communities and seek to build capacity through targeted partnership

How to apply

Applications not allowed for this volunteering opportunity.


Please quote in application: Project Manager via Pro Bono Australia.


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