b.zine
The Sex and Relationships EditionWHAT DO WE DO?ALL THE STUFF YOUR AWKWARD GEOGRAPHY TEACHER COULD NEVER GET QUITE RIGHT IN FIFTH-PERIOD SRE CLASSES.RE-CRAFTED WITH THE GENUINE INSIGHTS, IDEAS AND EXPERIENCES OF YOUNG PEOPLE.IT'S OUR SEX EDUCATION REWRITTEN  AND REVISED TO FIT THE REAL WORLD.NOT A CONDOM-COVERED BANANA IN SIGHT. 

This is the frontline role at b.zine. As a workshop facilitator you’ll need to capture the interest and passion of your group and inspire curiosity, conversation, confidence and collaboration. You will be responsible for hosting workshops on one chosen topic; for this edition that could be (but is not at all limited to) consent and communication, anatomy and pleasure, STI’s and contraception, being LGBTQIA+… By the end of the workshop you will be expected to have guided your group towards creating informative, exciting and insightful content to be included in our final zine. Don’t worry, if you do not have any experience in delivering workshops, we have support from experts in the field and we are all working collaboratively together!

Time commitment

Time commitment
We are aiming to deliver our workshops in March, final dates to be decided with you and our partner school!
6-10hrs per week: research and preparation prior to workshops and attendance of group meetings but will vary week on week.
Application deadline
What measures have you put in place to ensure volunteers’ safety during COVID-19?
Currently, we are planning to host b.zine online until it's safe to do otherwise!

This is an opportunity offered by a Student-Led Volunteering Project. It is run by UCL students and supported and supervised by staff in Students' Union UCL Volunteering Service.