Volunteer Values

At the People's Assembly we really appreciate the enthusiasm, dedication and commitment given by our volunteers and we endeavour to thank and show appreciation for all volunteers in all activities undertaken.

We will ensure all volunteers, regardless of gender, race, sexuality, religion are welcomed and supported whilst volunteering with us, that we provide a safe and welcoming environment as best we are able, for all and that volunteers are treated in a respectful and non-judgmental manner.

We ask that all our volunteers show People's Assembly Staff and Volunteers the same respect, as we endeavour to show you. We will not tolerate sexism, racism, homophobia or any kind of abusive language from our volunteers and we will do everything to encourage a respectful and non-judgemental environment. 

We also try to have fun! 

We hope you're interested in volunteering. 




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  • Jonathan Nevison
    commented 2019-02-02 18:44:56 +0000
    There are 10 protected characteristics under the Equalities Legislation (including disability). I would understand The People’s Assembly have a legal, as well as moral, obligation to welcome any individual regardless of status within these characteristics. I’m sure that they do, based not least on their platform.
  • Liz Byrne
    commented 2017-06-18 00:00:15 +0100
    I am concerned that your inclusivity does not appear to include disabilities. I assume that is an oversight and I may be able to find a suitable role

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