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Develop your professional identity and gain on-the-ground rights and advocacy experience within your local community.

Join our team of students working towards improving rights outcomes in South Australia.

As a volunteer of the Rights Resource Network SA you will boost your skills and employment experience by...

  • Demonstrating your ability to translate academic skills to practical situations

  • Building networks among potential employers and developing a professional identity in the community

  • Developing hands-on skills in leadership, teamwork and collaboration in an area you feel passionate about

  • Receiving mentoring including constructive, practice-based feedback on your written and oral communication skills

  • Gain a greater understanding of career decision-making and discover new areas of interest in your chosen profession

As A Volunteer You Will

join our professional database

Connect with other rights advocates, professionals and organisations through our extensive database.


Get volunteer access to relevant Network events including public workshops and training sessions.

apply to join our intern program


Access a wealth of information through our Briefing Notes and Current Inquires List as well as other member only content.

Gain on the ground, real-life experience working with our community partners and members.


Volunteer membership is open to individuals from any institution across South Australia.  Applications will be accepted from a range of industry areas including (but not limited to) Law, Politics, Social Work, Marketing, Media, IT, Health and Education.

Our mentor program is only open to students who are existing volunteer members of the Rights Resource Network SA.


The RRNSA is a breath of fresh air for South Australia. To have a group of people, working together for a joint cause, with a singular goal of sharing their knowledge, abilities and time to improving and advocating for human rights in SA, is most welcomed and long overdue. RRSNA for student advocates, in particular,  the supportive environment among ‘likeminded people’, is just what the human rights Doctor ordered!

Name Withheld, Uni SA Student

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