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Volunteer

Do you have a legal background? Do you have experience in the field?  Can you commit for a minimum of two months?

If so, we would love to hear from you! Please send us your CV at contact@equallegalaid.org

We work continuously to assist refugees and asylum seekers with legal guidance and support in Greece. But we need your help to keep going. One way you can help is by joining our team as a volunteer.

We welcome applications from lawyers/barristers and legal counsels with experience in asylum law. On an exceptional basis, consideration will be given to the review of applications from trainee lawyers and postgraduate law students, but subject to full-time long-term commitment (minimum 2 months) and previous similar experience in Greece. Equal Legal Aid will cover some of the field expenses, upon receipt. 

During your volunteering time at Equal Legal Aid, you will undergo proper training on the functioning of the European Asylum Service. You will also regularly participate in workshops and conferences linked to the activities of the organisation. 

Some of the activities and tasks you are expected to undertake: 

  • Legal and judicial monitoring, legal research, training, advocacy activities and country condition report research;
  • Street-work sessions and legal clinics;
  • Individual consultations.

Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies available. 

Please check again soon. 

Potential funder/partners

There are many ways you can help Equal Legal Aid. One is to make a donation that goes straight towards our field operations. It’s an easy process and you can give however much you want – everything helps.  

If you are an Organisation or a Bar Association that would like to partner with us or fund us in any way please get in touch at: contact@equallegalaid.org

Upon request, we can provide a full Funding Proposal as well as any other appropriate documentation (including activity and financial reports).

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