As the Indigenous Rights Campaigner, you’ll work on all of Democracy in Colour’s Indigenous campaigns – designing and implementing campaign plans, developing engagement strategies and building relationships that strengthen the political power of Indigenous communities.
- Develop and execute ambitious, high impact, well researched campaigns that build power for Indigenous communities, align with our theory of change and reflect current social, political and economic realities
- Innovate new strategies and tactics that enable Indigenous communities to have a real impact on policy, politics, corporations, society and elections
- Support with fundraising for our Indigenous campaigns (e.g. grant writing/reporting, major donor relationship development, etc.)
- Conduct stakeholder analysis, community outreach and engagement, key message development, and communication planning and execution
- Analyse political trends specifically affecting Indigenous communities, conduct research and prepare background/briefing documents
- Develop and execute recruitment strategies to engage First Nations peoples with our campaigns, programs and events
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships with key community leaders, decision makers, partner organisations, and other stakeholders
- Develop partnerships and coalitions that position Democracy in Colour as an ally and key player across the racial justice movement
Please note this is a volunteer role that is only suitable Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identified applicants only.
To apply, please send why you want to volunteer and your relevant experience to: firstname.lastname@example.org