Human Rights Advocate
Are you concerned about growing injustice in the United States? Are you moved by your faith to stand with those facing threats to their basic human rights? As an Advocacy Specialist at Justice Revival, you will be mobilizing communities of Christian faith to advocate with a prophetic voice for the human rights of all people.
Justice Revival is a faith-based organization committed to educating, inspiring, and mobilizing Christian communities to stand in solidarity with the oppressed and defend the human rights of the vulnerable. We are a dynamic, early phase nonprofit seeking energetic, motivated volunteer Advocacy Specialists, who will work directly with the Founder & Executive Director. This is an opportunity to be part of building a new organization dedicated to amplifying a Christian voice for justice & human rights in the United States.
We're looking for someone who is passionate about promoting human rights within the United States, drawing on the moral and legal force of international law and the beliefs and values of the Christian tradition. You will play a vital role in advancing advocacy in one of three issue areas: racial justice, gender justice, or economic justice. This is a unique opportunity to gain valuable human rights advocacy experience and have a meaningful impact as a volunteer leader.
Three Advocacy Specialist positions are currently available.
- Develop and maintain substantive expertise in one focal issue area: racial justice, gender justice, or economic justice
- Identify human rights and faith based advocacy campaigns for Justice Revival to endorse and support
- Initiate and cultivate relationships with advocacy partner organizations
- Develop and implement programs for engaging congregations in support of partners’ advocacy campaigns
- Create communications to advance advocacy efforts, including fact sheets, blog posts, other web site content, and social media posts
- Participate in Justice Revival events and serve as an ambassador at other human rights events
- Develop and maintain substantive expertise in one focal issue area: (i) human right to housing, (ii) rights of migrants & asylum seekers, or (iii) women’s rights & gender equality
- Cultivate relationships with advocacy partner organizations and coalitions
- Engage Justice Revival constituents in advocacy campaigns led by partner organizations and coalitions
- Coordinate constituent gatherings for advocacy actions such as prayer vigils, demonstrations, press conferences, or letter writing campaigns
- Create communications to advance advocacy efforts, including fact sheets, blog posts, web site content, and social media posts
- Serve as an ambassador at Justice Revival events and other human rights advocacy events
About Justice Revival
1875 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20009, US
Our mission is to inspire, educate, and mobilize Christian communities to fulfill the biblical call to justice by standing in solidarity with the oppressed and defending the human rights of all.
Justice Revival is a diverse, inclusive community of Christian faith, dedicated to serving as a voice for human rights in the United States. In a country deeply divided about what justice requires, we affirm that justice means upholding the inherent human rights of all people, especially those on the margins-the widow and the orphan, the prisoner and the stranger. We inspire Christian communities with knowledge and understanding of human rights, and unite with them to promote a world free from injustice.
Our MissionOur mission is to inspire, educate, and mobilize Christian communities to respond faithfully to the call to justice by standing in solidarity with the oppressed and defending the human rights of all.
What We Do
Education: We provide innovative Christian education programs that explore human rights from historical, legal, theological, and spiritual perspectives, emphasizing the support human rights finds within the Christian tradition. We advance the Christian case for rights through public thought leadership.
Advocacy: We marshal intellectual, cultural, and spiritual resources of the Christian faith to advocate with a prophetic voice for justice and rights for all.
Collaboration: We forge relationships and foster collaboration between Christian and human rights communities. We pursue alliances with diverse religious, interfaith, and secular movements for justice and human rights.
We'll work with your schedule.
WeWork1875 Connecticut Ave NWWashington, DC 20009
- Public Advocacy
- Community Outreach
- Faith-based Leadership
- Relationship Building
- Must be at least 21
- Orientation or Training
- 5-10 hours/week