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

Senior EU Adviser Consultant. Anti-Slavery International seeks an EU-based consultant to lead our advocacy work for corporate accountability legislation in the EU. Specifically, this role will work on the next steps for advocacy on both EU laws we’ve been advocating for: the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive and the Forced Labour Regulation. Find out more here and apply before 16 June.

Public Affairs Officer. Anti-Slavery International is recruiting for a Public Affairs Officer position to help us build our profile in the corridors of power. The successful candidate will also lead on implementing a new public affairs strategy, and will strengthen existing collaborations with survivors to influence stakeholders to help drive sustainable change. The role will sit in our UK and Europe team, but will work with other teams across the organisation, depending on the campaign focus. The deadline for applications is 9 June 2024. Interviews will likely be held during the week beginning 24 June 2024 and will be conducted over Teams. The start date for this role is August 2024, though flexibility for a later date will be considered for the right candidate. Find out more here.