We welcome international volunteers from a variety of specialty fields.
Our volunteers give their time and expertise to help make our work possible. If you have a background in law, fundraising or international development, get in touch with us today. Simply fill out our volunteer application form and return to us via email to be considered. Meet some of our current and previous volunteers below.
Our current volunteers
Veronica is a volunteer with the Australian Government supported Australian Volunteers Program. She is currently working to improve our communications and brand presence, including our website and social media. Veronica has previously worked in publishing and in communication roles in international development agencies. She is volunteering with Inherit Your Rights for 6 months and is climbing Kilimanjaro in our name to raise awareness for women's rights in October.
After 30 years designing, funding and delivering human services for both community and government organisations Sarah joined the Australian Volunteers Program. Her first posting was to the Republic of Kiribati where she supported the government to develop a national disability strategy. Sarah will be with Inherit Your Rights for 12 months to assist us to obtain much needed funding to deliver our unique and vital programs.
Legal volunteer, Canada, 2016
"After 4 years of working in private practice as an estate planning and corporate lawyer, I was eager to explore my passion again and decided to spend my holiday time volunteering abroad with Inherit Your Rights in Arusha. I never imagined that I could accomplish and be involved in so much in just a few short weeks. The team was incredibly supportive and helpful and the programs they have in place are well run but still offer freedom and flexibility."
Inge Bij de Vaate
Research volunteer, Netherlands, 2015
Inge worked at the Supreme Court of the Netherlands assisting Justices in cases varying from tort law, government liability and family law. Inge volunteered with us as a legal researcher. She helped us develop educational materials for our training curriculum and research on the intersection between statutory and Maasai customary law.
Research volunteer, Netherlands, 2014
Lotte was undertaking a Bachelor Culture Anthropology and Development Sociology at Utrecht University when she volunteered with us in 2013 and 2014. She helped us with some key research on how certain aspects of tradition and culture can compromise human rights.