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The Refugee Women's Centre is run by a small core of co-ordinators and a team of vital long-term volunteers on the ground. We work in an all-female team of up to nine volunteers. They are supported by past volunteers and board members off-site who are in daily contact. 


As part of the team, volunteers need to respond to ever-changing situations in a fast-pace environment. It is necessary to be adaptable and resilient. Activities vary each day but may include distributing material aid, connecting people with professional services, case work- including supporting women who have experienced SGBV and/or running a psychosocial activities, to name a few. 

We understand that it is not always possible for people to volunteer on the ground. However, if you would like to support the RWC and have other skills to offer, such as advocacy, fundraising and visual content, we would love to hear from you. 



The Refugee Women's Centre is run by a small core of international volunteers. We work in an all-female team of up to nine volunteers. They are supported by remote volunteers and board members who are in daily contact. 


As part of the team, volunteers need to respond to ever-changing situations in a fast-pace environment. It is necessary to be adaptable and resilient. Activities vary each day but may include distributing material aid, connecting people with professional services, case work- including supporting women who have experienced sexual or gender-based violence and/or running a psychosocial activities, to name a few. 

We understand that it is not always possible for people to volunteer in northern France. However, if you would like to support the RWC and have other skills to offer, such as advocacy, fundraising and visual content, we would love to hear from you. 

Join our team of VOLUNTEERs!

We are constanlty welcoming new volunteers in our team!


We are looking for women or non-binary people from diverse professional and personal background. You should be at least 21 years of age and available for 2 months minimum, speak French and/or English and have a DBS check or a relevant criminal record check.

On top of these general requirements, we can always use team members who have​

  • a working knowledge of Kurdish (Sorani), Farsi, Arabic, Tigrinya or Amharic.

  • a valid manual driving licence held for minimum of 2 years and/or own vehicle.

  • experience working with vulnerable people.  

  • experience or background in social work, the prevention of and response to sexual gender-based violenc and/or psychology.

  • experience and desire to run activities and workshops of any kind.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch via email at




No other vacancies at present.


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