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Volunteer Video Editor For Circular Fashion Platform



Posted over 30 days ago...

Help us manage and create engaging content and videos for TikTok and Instagram for the launch of our inclusive and sustainable digital fashion platform. 


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London, WC2H 9JQ

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

What we want the volunteer to do We are looking to launch Collaberie, the first version of our digital fashion platform that enables users to collaboratively create, sell and design circular products that prioritise people over profit without sacrificing the environment. We seek a talented Video Creator who has a thorough knowledge of TikTok and Instagram, to help us increase awareness of our platform by developing engaging and trending content that informs people of our mission.  Objectives of this Role We require help to:

Helping to come up with creative ideas for our TikTok and Instagram Reels Helping to put together videos for TikTok & Instagram in line with their algorithms. 

Who will work with the volunteer? You will be working closely with the Carma Co-Founders alongside other volunteers who will help develop marketing content. 

What are we looking for?

Skills and Qualifications

Interested in sustainability issues Experience in a social media role or using social media channels, in particular, TikTok and Instagram Skilled at creating social media content, including videos.  Strong creative skills  Passionate about social media trends

No prior experience in fashion is required.

What difference will you make?

Your impact Your input will play a crucial role in defining how we present ourselves to our service users, funders, and the general public. Through your support, we hope to spread the word about our mission and build a circular fashion ecosystem that serves its people and communities first and foremost through social inclusion and shared prosperity.   Why care about the fashion industry? Fashion is more than just glitz, glamour, and catwalks. Along its value chain, it employs more than 60 million people and clothes billions of people worldwide. Women comprise 60 to 90 per cent of total apparel workers, of whom an estimated 80 per cent are women of colour. Due to its sheer size, the sector already faces numerous social challenges, including low wages, violence, harassment, and unsafe work conditions. Furthermore, the pandemic has dramatically affected the lives of women and young people working in the industry, negating any gains made in reducing forced labour and child labour and raising poverty levels. By focusing on changing fashion, we can harness a $5 trillion industry to create an inclusive and equitable space that supports human wellbeing and the flourishing of society as a whole.


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