We have just said goodbye to one of our amazing student volunteers Amy Pollard, a Sociology student from the University of Leeds who joined the Basis team over a year ago. She originally became involved in Basis through a voluntary internship, mainly supporting Basis Training and Education through a variety of tasks. After completing her … Continue reading Volunteer Case Study: Amy Pollard
Another story from one of our volunteers, who, since ending her placement in July 2015 has stayed on as volunteer! We hope by reading this you too will be inspired to become a volunteer! I have been involved with Basis Yorkshire since July 2014, first as a placement year student, and now as a outreach … Continue reading Volunteers Week 2016 – Part 3!
Our second Volunteers Week blog come from Sarah Finnigan, who is a student volunteer on a year’s placement with us who has made an amazing contribution to the work we do and the people we support. While not a typical volunteer role –it really captures a lot of different aspects a volunteer can become involved … Continue reading Volunteers Week 2016 – From our Volunteers Part 2
This Volunteers “Week” 2016 we’re sharing the blog with our wonderful volunteers, starting off with one of our Outreach Volunteers – keep an eye out for more during the week! Working at Basis and volunteering with the Basis Sex Work Project has been an eye-opening experience and a learning curve. Before discovering the charity and … Continue reading Volunteers Week 2016 – what do the volunteers think?
Here at Basis Sex Work Project, we welcome the release of Amnesty International’s Policy on Sex work, which sets out the obligations of states in relation to consensual sexual exchanges and reiterates the human rights of those who engage in sex work. The emphasis is not on moralistic judgement of those involved in sex work … Continue reading Response to Amnesty International’s Policy on Sex Work