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Found 6 volunteer opportunities with Research, Policy & Analysis, in Brisbane%20city
The Australian Pet Welfare Foundation is commencing a groundbreaking Community Cat Program that aims to save the lives of cats in pounds and shelters across Australia. We are looking for volunteers who can assist in calling residents to conduct an opinion survey. The data collected by this survey will be a crucial step in testing the effectiveness of the program and will be published in an international journal.
The Forensic Accountant will collaborate with the LDAA Executive Board of Directors, in representing and advocating for a disabled young person in a nursing home. The position holder will be required to analyse financial documents for discrepancies and inaccuracies, in a medical legal case, to aid the LDAA in undertaking its activities within the six pillars of its mission.
The International Social Media Association, Inc. (ISMA) is a not for profit organisation and the global voice of social media law. ISMA’s mission is to reduce social media risks faced by individuals and businesses through education, harmonisation of global laws and policies, and introducing effective dispute resolution solutions. As an ISMA Volunteer, you will be have an opportunity to work with Australian digital media legal and industry experts, and contribute to its major projects.
If you are 65+ and would like to take part in a research program focusing on improved balance you may be interested in this role.
Do you want to work from home, have a computer and interested in the environment, scientific notebooks, etc.?
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