The Nicholas Stewart Project aims to provide a safe place for young people through the provision of advice, assistance, and through organising educational programmes to raise awareness on issues surrounding knife crime and its wider effects on family and community. The organisation has been holding community events since 2015 and bringing communities and families from different cultures together.
Time commitment: 10-15 hours (in total), remote working
The Nicholas Stewart Project (NSP) is in need of support to help them develop their new policies and procedures. These documents need to be reviewed and formalised, in compliance with relevant legislation and best practice. Once in place, these policies and procedures will allow NSP to deliver their programmes knowing that they are protected in the best way possible.
We are looking for a skilled volunteer with an HR background who can effectively review and develop working documents.
Please note that in order to be considered for this role, we need you to complete our volunteer sign-up form on our website at: https://linkuplondon.activehosted.com/f/34
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