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This will contribute towards advancing our mission of supporting media under threat, promoting diversity in the media and empowering children and young people to engage with the news.
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Join our team
All vacancies will be signposted here and published on The Guardian recruitment pages.
We are a small, dedicated team at The Guardian Foundation. We value and respect all differences in all people (seen and unseen). We aspire to have an inclusive working experience and an environment that reflects the audience we serve, where our people have equal access to career development opportunities, their voices are heard and can contribute to our future.
We actively encourage applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates.
Many of our staff work flexibly and we will consider all requests for flexible working arrangements.
We believe that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility, and that the safety and welfare of those with whom we work with is paramount in all circumstances. Our Safeguarding Policy sets out The Guardian Foundation’s procedures and commitments to safeguarding children, adults at risk and everyone with whom we come into contact with through our work.
We welcome all kinds of volunteers across our programmes and have opportunities including speaking to children and students about their roles in journalism; reviewing or judging journalism competition entries; mentoring journalists and supporting the archive team.