*** STOP PRESS! We are currently recruiting oral history interviewers to start in January 2021 ***

We have a wide range of activities planned for the next 18 months, all of which you can take part in. If you want to get involved in any of the ways listed below - or you've got ideas of your own - fill in a volunteering application and equalities monitoring form and email them to our Community History Worker, Rosie Wild, at [email protected]. If you'd like to have a chat with Rosie first you can call her on 07756 905343. 

Volunteer activities

  • Oral history interviewing - see role description here 
  • Planning and production of a podcast and a short film 
  • Research and writing historical pamphlets 
  • Creating web pages for Self Injury Support’s website 
  • Curating public exhibitions  
  • Facilitating workshops about women’s activism 
  • Online event planning and delivery 
  • Designing educational resources 

All volunteers will receive full induction training from Self Injury Support as well as training specific to their role. They will be supported by our Community History Worker and reasonable out of pocket expenses will be paid. All activities will take place remotely until further notice.  

Oral history interviewer volunteer role description

Volunteer application form

Equalities monitoring form

The project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.