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We are a QUEER, LGBTIAP+, INTERSECTIONAL SAFE SPACE that focuses on empowering the many communities in The Hague region. We accomplish this by focusing on activism and education and organizing ...

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Communication Volunteer

One day · 2–4 hrs
The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands
Social mediaMarketing & CommunicationsDutchEnglish
Social justiceGender equalityRefugees & minorities
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Filipe VendrameAsk Filipe a question or contact the organiser directly at [email protected] or +31616205942.


Do you want to make the queer community of The Hague be seen and heard? Are you social media-savvy? Then come join our communications team!

Detailed description

Are you somebody who wants to convey a clear message for an organization that supports queer BPOC in and around The Hague? Making sure people can find us and help us out? Then become a member of our communications volunteer group

As the name suggests, being part of the communications group means being busy with the communications part of our organization. We are responsible for making sure people see, hear and experience us through social media. We are also administrating the registration procedure for events and ensure that every mail, tweet, or dm is answered. Thanks to your efforts, we make sure everybody is connected! 

The function: Communications member

- You will maintain the social media platforms

- You help, create and write for our queer email newsletter

- You help amplify and push queer artists and community members

- You will make the content calendar for our feeds

We are looking for somebody who:

- Loves to amplify our queer voices

- Is a social media tiger

- Can act quickly and mindfully

- Speaks English (Dutch is desirable).

- Knows how to operate Google Drive (or is willing to learn);

- Is structurally available for a minimum of 4 hours a week

Sounds interesting, right!? Contact us if you are interested in joining or have any questions about this volunteering opportunity or our organization!

Questions? Please send an email to [email protected]

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About The Hang-Out 070

We are a QUEER, LGBTIAP+, INTERSECTIONAL SAFE SPACE that focuses on empowering the many communities in The Hague region. We accomplish this by focusing on activism and education and organizing activities that strengthen our communities.

We choose to centre the experiences of queer people of colour (BPOC). This means that everyone in the QUEER, LGBTIAP+ community is welcome in our safe(r) space - it also means our work primarily focuses on Queer BPOC.
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