Communication Rights Australia is faced with a future of ever-increasing need for our services. In the last few years the demand for our services across a much wider geographical community has grown significantly. Your support can help us face this future with confidence.
Human rights infringements are happening every day and your support, no matter how large or small, will provide valuable ongoing assistance for some of the most vulnerable members of our community.
Your support can assist us to provide advocacy services to individuals with little or no speech, to ensure their rights are upheld as valued members of the community, and that they actively participate in decision-making processes, particularly those where the outcomes impact on their lives.
Your support can also help us provide information services to families and to tackle the discriminatory practices within government and the community despite the existence of United Nations Conventions, Victorian Charter of Human Rights, and disability discrimination legislation.
Communication Rights Australia provides opportunities for volunteers, who support our vision and mission, to work at different levels of the organisation.
Volunteering is a great way for you to become actively involved in your community and support the human rights of people within Victoria.
There are a wide range of Volunteer positions throughout Communication Rights so contact us and discuss how you would like to assist. Volunteers provide free services either informally, as individuals or in groups, or formally, by being part of not-for-profit or community organisations or projects.
The following opportunities are available for volunteering at Communication Rights:
Board of Director:
Communication Rights Australia is run by a dedicated Board of Directors who has been identified as having the skills necessary to meet our legal, financial, and community expectations.
Communication Right's members who have little or no speech meet to discuss issues of concern and provide direction and advice to the agency.
Communication Rights requires trusted and appropriately skilled people who advise and shares their experience with the aim of helping Communication Rights staff develop and expand their work practices.
Many of our staff are part-time therefore we require people to support our administration systems in many different ways. More details please ring and speak to our Volunteer Coordinator or complete the form on Contact Us page.
Some of our volunteers help run small fundraising events such as morning teas, and fun runs.
If you are over the age of 16 years and is interested in assisting the Communication Rights to reach its objectives then we would be interested to talk to you. Your skills and interests will be matched to existing vacancies.
Volunteer Selection Process:
The Volunteer Intake Process includes the completion of a registration form, an initial interview, 2 reference checks and a police check.
Please click here to apply: Complete the Online Enquiry Form and our Volunteer Coordinator will make contact and discuss your involvement further with you.