I am Lana. Since arriving to Estonia I have been a volunteer at the Human Rights Centre. I have been a volunteer in various countries, but the Estonian Human Rights Centre has been the most active and hard-working organisation I’ve volunteered at. Everyone can find some free time if they believe in the things they invest it in.
The Estonian Human Rights Centre is a good example of how an NGO should work. They make a very good team and it’s easy to cooperate with them. Everything gets done here and this is the best compensation for voluntary work.
As a volunteer, you can contribute to the protection of human rights in Estonia, stand up for the values that are important for you and society, and gain invaluable experience and knowledge. We are particularly expecting people who can help us in:
- translation and interpretation;
- collecting donations.
Send us your CV and a brief story of how you could be of use. We will contact you within a week.
Unfortunately we are not actively accepting new volunteers at the moment. You can still contact us to inquire about upcoming volunteering opportunities and if you wish to be on our volunteers’ mailing list.
The Estonian Human Rights Centre is a contractual partner of the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund.