As a grassroots movement, we rely on volunteers to lend their time, skills and expertise, to help us in getting our message to the masses.

All roles will require you to dedicate anywhere from 4 to 10 hours per week of your time (more if you have it) to help us grow this movement and spread the word to the masses.
We’re always looking for volunteers to join our team in all areas, but are currently actively recruiting for the following roles:


You’re versed in Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop) but also willing to work in Canva as required. You will need to have your own copy of ACS but will be given access to Canva.

Experience with conceptualising and creating designs to capture our brand whilst ensuring the message is not lost across a variety of projects is essential.

Experience or ability to work within a rapidly changing environment (virtually) and small, but growing and diverse IT, Design & Marketing Teams is also needed.


We need content marketers with experience in creating marketing plans that cover everything from social media planning to campaign planning and email marketing.

You will have the ability to work from our mission and vision statements, branding and roadmap for growing the movement. You can create simple yet clear and concise plans to be be implemented across a range of media platforms.

An ability to write copy along with an understanding of social media marketing and storytelling are beneficial.


If you have a knack for telling stories to get messages across to an audience, then we would love to have you on board!

We're looking for highly talented copywriters who understand the power of using stories to relay marketing messages and educate warm and cold audiences.

Being able to tell a story in multiple ways for repurposing will also come in incredibly handy!


Experienced in writing blogs and well researched articles?

If you're able to gather the research then disseminate it in a clear and concise way that supports others in finding the truth, you could very well be one of our growing team of content writers for the blog.

You'll have a choice of writing anonymously or publicly and will be writing articles on government legislation, medical data and even sharing the stories of real people affected by the lockdown situation.


With a Facebook group of close to 40,000 members and a new social network/forum on its way, we need individuals who can diligently help us moderate pending posts, moderate and engage with group members, manage our Facebook Page inbox, etc.

This role only requires approximately 1 hour/day 5-7 days/week. It also requires you to have a strong constitution and support system in place for your personal, mental well-being as you’ll be encountering a lot of messaging and comments that can wear one down over time.


The well-being of our group members is paramount. We have big plans to roll out a well-being programme including: meditation, yoga, mindset training, non-violent communication, assertiveness training, etc.

We already have several providers ready to step up, but we require an individual to help us flesh out and build the programme so we can support all of our members remain well and strong emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually.


To ensure that Save Our Rights UK abides fully by the Data Privacy laws, including GDPR and e-privacy, we are looking for an individual with experience in this area.

Your role will be to help us collate all locations we hold data on our members, to help us setup a secure SOP and system for managing this data and helping us register with ICO and to make sure we remain compliant with all relevant privacy laws.


With the current situation changing daily, we are looking for experienced researchers who can help us stay up to date on complex topics such as politics, legislation, healthcare and science.

You’ll be a reliable, self-motivated and thorough researcher who can ethically perform thorough and objective research to tight deadlines. You'll communicate effectively by compiling and organising your findings into articles, papers, graphs, diagrams and infographics.



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