Integrate UK
Closing Date: 
Wednesday, 14 August, 2024 - 16:15
Contract Type: 
Part Time
approx. 2h per week
Details of Role: 

How would you like to support some amazing young activists who are changing the world?

Integrate UK invests in the skills and talents of marginalised  young people to nurture future leaders who promote our vision of gender and racial equality and cross- cultural cohesion. 

We aim to empower more young people to challenge inequality and to push for the policy changes they wish to see to create the society in which they wish to live.  Through their work with us the young people learn transferable skills, improve confidence and self-esteem, form positive relationships with peers from different religious and cultural backgrounds, raise attainment and lead a movement for positive change in their communities. We aim to give young people a voice and a platform for expressing their views and ideas.

As well as supporting young people with their learning, ambitions and aspirations, we run a wide range of creative and educational projects that they have devised themselves. 

Our older members deliver peer-education workshops in schools nationally using our young activists’ youth friendly, accessible media resources. Our workshops encourage discussion around a range of challenging issues including female genital mutilation (FGM), honour-based abuse (HBA), sexual harassment and assault, racism and different forms of extremism. 

From a small, local voluntary group founded by twelve girls, Integrate UK has grown to a national, multi award winning charity increasingly run by representatives from the groups with whom we work. In addition to our board of trustees, we have six Junior trustees and an active youth board that steers our work and informs our approach.

Our young people are involved at every level of the organisation; they identify the issues they wish to address, design and deliver all our projects based on their lived experience.

We are in the process of developing an ambitious 3 - 5 year strategy and under the guidance of our young activists, a full rebrand. We are looking for new trustees to support our charity and continue our development. We actively encourage applicants that are representative of our beneficiaries’ diverse backgrounds and/or share lived experience with the issues our young people are facing.

The ideal candidate should have recent experience (within the last 5 years) in one or several of the following areas

  • Marketing & PR
  • Charity Law / Law
  • Education

and demonstrate a willingness to attend quarterly board meetings as well as being available to staff for advice and enquiries on an ad hoc basis.

As part of our board you will support and shape our strategic direction, as well as help us achieve our purpose to provide young people with the skills, opportunities and platforms to lead and to deliver the changes they want to see in terms of gender and racial equality. We nurture their aspirations, enabling them to achieve their full potential and to change, define and determine their own lives and those of future generations. As a trustee, you will have a real opportunity to offer your unique skill set to help the progression of the charity.

How to Apply: 

Please send your CV and cover letter to



Contact Person: 
Christine Rahman
Contact Email:
Contact Phone: 
Postal Address: 
Integrate UK Unit 6 Montpelier Central Station Road Bristol BS6 5EE