On the Record is seeking an experienced and dynamic youth co-ordinator for Fighting Sus: Resisting and Repealing Stop and Search 1970-81: a youth-led oral history project culminating in a touring performance. A group of up to 20 16-25 year olds will learn about the micro-history of and campaigns against the sus laws in Britain, used by police predominantly against young Asian and African-Caribbean men, as well as the broader social and political context. Following intensive research and skills training (conducted by a heritage practitioner), young participants will undertake oral history recordings and devise a performance touring schools and community groups. Accompanying lesson plans and a publication will be produced by the young people, supported by the heritage practitioner.
Freelance role. £12,938 (115 days at £112.50 a day, working more intensively in the second half of the project).
For a role description and our very simple application process visit: http://on-the-record.org.uk/category/news/
Queries and completed applications: email@example.com / 07583 656 338
Post Location: London
Post Duration: 12 months
Application Closing Date: 3rd December