Work with us

Join us as we change the world for each and every street-connected child.

We are a small team, combining our expertise to unite the street child sector and deliver the big changes needed to ensure street children’s rights everywhere are respected and protected.

If you are ready for a challenge that will transform the lives of the most overlooked children in the world, get in touch.

Current vacancies:

Advocacy Intern

Company Secretary (Board of Trustees)

Advocacy Intern

We are looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic intern to support our Advocacy team!

As an Advocacy Intern at Consortium for Street Children, you will help us to raise awareness and create change for street-connected children around the world so that they are able to access the same rights owed to every other child. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience of human rights advocacy at the international, regional and national levels, particularly for those with an interest in law and policy reform. To find out more about the internship, see the full role description and person specification here.

  • Working hours: Part-time (2-4 days per week), flexible timing
  • Location: CSC’s office, Cambridge Heath Road (near Bethnal Green, London, UK)
  • Expenses: This is an unpaid volunteering opportunity. Expenses will be reimbursed to a flat rate of £20 per day
  • Reporting: Direct reporting to the Advocacy Officer
  • Duration: Six months preferred but flexible

To apply for this role, send a CV and short cover letter, outlining how you meet the job criteria and why you’re suitable for this post, to Stacy Stroud at by 23:59 on 11 November 2018.

Company Secretary (Board of Trustees)

We have an exciting opportunity for a new Board member of a dynamic organisation working to change the world for street children.

You will be joining a committed Board of Trustees who have a range of experiences that are put to use in governing our organisation effectively.

We are looking for an experienced Company Secretary who shares our vision of a fairer world for street children, and who is looking to support a group of talented hard working staff and Trustees.

To apply for this role, please download the full role description and email the following to Chris Poole at

  • Your CV
  • A cover letter (no more than two sides of A4) detailing how your skills and experience suit this role
  • Details for three references including their name, role, relationship to you, email address and telephone number.

This vacancy is open on a rolling basis, and will close when a suitable candidate is appointed.