Overview

IRMO’s Board of Trustees is made up of six to nine Trustees, who work together to ensure the charity is run properly. As a trustee you will have the opportunity to support IRMO’s strategic development, make decisions about what the charity will do, and oversee its finances. Trustees meet every six to eight weeks and are asked to commit an additional eight to 10 hours between meetings to follow up on actions, provide advice, and input into strategic documents/areas of work relevant to their areas of expertise.

We particularly encourage individuals from Brazil and the wider Latin American community to apply.

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About IRMO - Indoamerican Refugee and Migrant Organisation

IRMO is a community-led organisation that provides Latin Americans with tools
and information in an empowering process to build secure, independent, and
integrated lives in the UK. We have been working with the Latin American,
Spanish and Portuguese speaking communities for over 30 years.

IRMO runs projects spanning three key ‘pillars’: education, training and
employment; advice and advocacy; and wellbeing. In addition, we have a
cross-cutting pillar: campaigning for migrants’ rights. For more information
about our activities, our impact and finances please read our last set of Annual
Accounts and Report here: http://irmo.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/IRMO-Signed-Accounts-2016_17.pdf