Volunteer Treasurer

We’re recruiting a volunteer treasurer!

We’re looking for a volunteer to take on the role of treasurer for the Edinburgh World Justice Festival. The treasurer is a key member of the small team of volunteers who make our amazing festival happen.

Role responsibilities:

  • Managing the festival’s bank account
  • Overseeing expenditure of budgets prepared by the organising group
  • Paying invoices and reimbursing expenses claims
  • Recording income and expenditure
  • Preparing annual accounts
  • Attending some of the organising group’s meetings

The festival takes place in October each year, and the main periods of activity for the treasurer will be in the run-up to the event and the weeks following the event.

To express an interest in the role or for more information please email us on info@ewjf.org.uk.


The EWJF is only possible with the support from organisations and individuals, if you’d like to get involved to make it happen get in touch! We’re looking for volunteers for this year’s festival, for more information on how to apply, see here.

The 2017 festival was sponsored by Oxfam, Christian Aid, the Fair Trade City Group and the University of Edinburgh Social Responsibility and Sustainability Department.

Email: info@ewjf.org.uk

Contributing to the 2017 festival were: UNISON, Christian Aid, Oxfam, Edinburgh Fairtrade City Group, Amnesty InternationalJubilee Scotland, Edinburgh Peace and Justice CentreEdinburgh CNDCampaign Against the Arms Trade, Edinburgh Stop the WarFriends of the Earth Edinburgh, Scottish PEN, the National Union of JournalistsCommon WealGlobal Justice Now, Take One ActionScottish Solidarity with Kurdistan, Edinburgh Unite Against Fascism, the Muslim Women’s Association of Edinburgh, Living Rent, Biofuelwatch, Scottish Free West Papua Campaign, Pumpkin Brown, East Coast Organics, Scottish Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Edinburgh University Kurdish Society, Edinburgh Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, La Giovane ItaliaScottish Palestine Solidarity CampaignEdinburgh Chiapas Solidarity Group.