We are Anti-Slavery International, the world’s longest-running human rights campaign. Since 1839 our brilliant team has helped secure freedom from slavery for people across the world. We’re often on the lookout for people to join us: from researchers and project managers, who can help us develop interventions to tackle the root causes of modern slavery wherever they occur, to communicators and fundraisers, who help to promote and sustain our work. If you’re passionate about human rights and think you have the skills and dedication we’re looking for, please consider applying for one of the roles below – or drop us an email at info@antislavery.org if you’re interested in volunteering with us.

Whether you’re looking for a job or a volunteering role, please read this About Us document before applying, to understand more about who we are, what we do and how we do it.

Across all of our roles we particularly welcome and encourage applications from survivors of modern slavery, Black and Asian candidates and those from a diverse ethnic background, people with disabilities, LGBT+ and non-binary candidates.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you.

Current vacancies

Monitoring, evaluation and learning manager. Working across programmes, advocacy and campaigns teams, this role will lead the organisation in developing the systems, skills and culture needed to evidence the far-reaching impact of our work and to capture and use learning (including voice and participation of survivors) to drive forward our strategic priorities. Application pack. Deadline: 20 September.

UK and Europe advocacy manager. This role will lead our strategic advocacy to end modern slavery in the UK and Europe, particularly focusing on anti-trafficking and migration and working with people with lived experience in the UK. The role will provide thought leadership in this space and represent the organisation at senior levels in key forums. Application pack. Deadline: 20 September.

Consultant monitoring, evaluation and learning advisor. We are seeking to engage an experienced MEL professional to support our teams and implementing partner organisations in delivering the MEL aspect of our programmes, and to support gathering and analysis of MEL data at the organisational level in line with our strategy. Application pack. Deadline: 20 September.