We are currently recruiting for a Community History Worker to lead our Oral History Project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

£24,313 - £26,317 FTE pro rata
Contract Type: 
Fixed Term 12 months with possibility of extension
21 per week

We have received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to create an archive of women's mental health activism

This exciting project will encompass an oral history and digital archive of the ground-breaking feminist mental health organisation Self injury Support (formerly Bristol Crisis Service for Women). The project was launched with an anniversary event celebrating grassroots women's health groups, and follow-up work with a number of local women's mental health groups to engage local communities with their work and our project is ongoing. We aim to engage with local young people's mental health and feminist activist groups to link the impact of past activism with current approaches and the work the young people are engaged in. 

Closing Date: 
Sunday, 12 January, 2020 - 17:00
How to Apply: 
Please complete the application form below and submit by post or email by Sunday 12th January 2020
Contact Person: 
Naomi Salisbury
Contact Email: 

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