Are you passionate and creative? Think you can get Britain talking about nuclear weapons?
Our Ambassador network is growing and we’re inviting you along for the ride.
- Learn skills: art, film, writing, events, animation – how do you want to get people talking?
- Take part in events across the UK: such as film screenings and debates
- Join a team of young people who are passionate about leading the national conversation on nuclear weapons
- Raise awareness and have fun along the way. Don’t believe us? Read on…
Britain’s nuclear future is up for debate for the first time in 30 years. The UK government will decide whether to renew our nuclear weapons system, Trident, in 2016. This will cost up to £100 billion and tie Britain to its nuclear programme for 50 years. Many are keeping eerily quiet about this decision but our team of young Ambassadors have been touring the country to find out what young people really think about Trident.
We’re a little different. Whether it’s our Back to the 80s music video, Don’t Buy It films starring Alistair McGowan and James Redmond, or our Thousand Reasons campaign, it’s a serious issue but we can also have a laugh. Now we want to go further than we’ve ever gone before, and that’s where you come in…
- You needn’t have any campaigning experience, just a passion for being creative and getting people talking
- We work with young adults, ideally you’ll be aged 18-30
This is a volunteer role that requires a commitment to the cause. In return we provide:
- An induction for you to learn more about us and about nukes
- Support with bringing your ideas to life
- Opportunities to meet decision-makers and have your voices heard
- Access to a network of other young, like-minded people
- Training in skills to make your ideas a success, such as event management, filming & social media
- Payment of travel expenses
Send your name, age, and a bit of background on yourself and your skills and interests (no more than 250 words) to: email@example.com