Medact is seeking a skilled trainer and facilitator to support the Medact staff team, board of trustees and volunteers from our movement to develop our anti-oppression work.


  1. Provide two online 2-hour training sessions to help volunteer leaders of the Medact movement and staff to develop their facilitation skills around race literacy and anti-oppressive facilitation techniques. 
  2. Support Medact’s anti-oppression working group (a staff-led group) by providing advice on how they should approach the monitoring and evaluation part of their anti-oppression strategy for the organisation. This could look like a meeting with the team, followed by detailed guidance in writing that you will discuss with the team on a call. Or we are open to other suggestions. 
  3. One online coaching session to support our Race & Health Justice Group to manage embodied race-related internal group dynamics. We imagine this would be roughly one 2-hour workshop dependent on your recommendation. 
  4. Facilitate one workshop in-person (or online if necessary due to COVID-19) with Medact’s Board of Trustees to 1) facilitate the development of board knowledge of and skills in applying an actively anti-oppressive approach to the governance of Medact, and 2) further develop board members’ ability to recognise and take an active role in addressing oppressive power dynamics within the board and ensure anti-oppressive engagement with staff/volunteers. We anticipate this would be a half-day workshop dependent on your recommendation.



Our budget is £2250, please inform us if you think this should be altered to enable you to fulfil the work outlined. 


Please send your application in to us by the end of Sunday 9th January. We hope to be able to select who will fulfil this tender by the middle of January, with the intention to start to run some of the sessions potentially in late January/February. 

We can delay this timeline for the right facilitators. 

How to apply:

  1. Download and read this PDF which provides more details about what we hope you can deliver:
  2. Send a couple of paragraphs about you/your collective and the experience you have that would help you do this work or a CV and a content plan detailing how you would do each of the pieces of work we are asking for to [email protected]  

If before doing this you would like to chat with a member of staff from Medact with any questions or to check if you should apply, then please feel free to get in touch with [email protected] and provide a phone number that we can contact you on. Please be aware our office is closed between Christmas Eve and January 2nd.

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