ARE is driven by the energy and the experiences of young Black, Asian and minority ethnic young people. We know equality is a major concern for today’s youth. And it must remain so if we are to see a better tomorrow.
With this in mind, we offer multiple opportunities for young people to get involved in our work, ensuring the voices and experiences of young Black, Asian, Mixed and minority people are heard by policy and decision-makers in education and training, employment and criminal justice.
Discover opportunities to get involved below!
Become a Moving on Up Ambassador
ARE’s Moving on Up programme is a ground-breaking positive action initiative aiming to improve the employment prospects of young Black men, aged 16-24, in London.
We are currently recruiting paid Ambassador to shape the programme and get involved in our work with employers and other partners
The deadline for this opportunity has now passed. There may be ways you can get involved. Contact Victoria Atanda.
Join our Youth Panel
ARE’s Infrastructure Resilience Programme is looking for passionate young people across England, to help improve employment opportunities for young Black, Asian, Mixed heritage and minority ethnic people.
The deadline for this opportunity has now passed.
Action for Race Equality welcomes interest from young people aged 16 and over who would like to do work experience at the charity, and are able to come into our office in King’s Cross one – two days a week.
We offer placements supporting our work across education, employment, criminal justice which includes getting involved in communications, administrative and research activities.
Please get in touch with us, outlining your interest areas, to find out more.