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Australian Red Cross (Volunteers)

Emblem Protection Volunteer - International Humanitarian Law Team - Carlton

Australian Red Cross (Volunteers)

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Job Posted: 07/12/2017

Job Category:

Volunteer, Community & Charity / Associations / Non-Profit

Job description:
  • Time frame: ongoing (minimum one year commitment)
  • Time involved: one day per week

The program

The idea of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) is simple: even wars have laws.

Also know as the laws of war or the laws of armed conflict, IHL protects people who are not taking part in the fighting, such as civilians, wounded soldiers and prisoners of war.

The opportunity

The red cross, red crescent and red crystal emblems are protected pursuant to International Humanitarian Law (IHL). Unfortunately, they are very often misused in signs, uniforms, publications and general media. The Emblem Protection Volunteer will work to address these misuses of the emblems in Victoria by contacting organisations misusing the emblems and working with them to find an alternative solution.

You can read more about our work in emblem protection here:

The impact

As an Emblem Protection Volunteer, you’ll focus on working to ensure that IHL is respected and protected in the Australian context.

For more information, please see the volunteer role description or contact Jane Munro on 03 8327 7954.

In your application, please include a cover letter and CV.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Download File Emblem Protection Volunteer Role Description - Vic Dec 2017.pdf

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