Creating Rights is a platform made of volunteers motivated to make artists visible and to offer analysis on human rights and justice by introducing initiatives and projects exploring such notions through art. A group of dedicated individuals already works together to give a life to Creating Rights in its endeavor to support the diverse projects already existing in this cross-field between art and human rights. Learn about our vision, mission and strategy, and meet the team here
However, our areas of interest, that you can learn about here, are part of a vast and uncharted interdisciplinary field at the intersection between art and human rights. This is why we need volunteers who can bring in their experience and expertise.
Have a look at the vacancies below. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in getting volunteer experience in a motivated and motivating non-profit organisation.


Creating Rights is looking for a Human Resources Officer who will help design profiles of needed volunteers to strengthen our team. The Human Resources Officer will also help in disseminating information on the profiles needed and provide advice for Human Resources management within the organization.

The Human Resources Officer needs to be willing to participate to the growth of our new and young organisation and to be a member of a diverse and dedicated team.

Tasks and responsabilities:

  • Define and design volunteers profiles according to organizational needs.
  • Disseminate profiles needed on strategic websites, liaise with institutional actors to develop volunteer or internship programs.
  • Provide advice with a view to organise screening of candidates, and attend interviews.
  • Provide advice on monitoring volunteers satisfaction.


  • English required. Dutch desirable.
  • Previous experience using and implementing Human Resources strategies.
  • Previous experience in non-profit organisations.

What we offer:

  • We are a new non-profit organisation, which exists thanks to dedicated volunteers. We don’t offer paid positions.
  • You will have room to design your own strategies and to present them to the Board, and to implement them in accordance with the Board’s decisions.
  • By liaising with different faculties and institutions relevant to our work in order to recruit volunteers, you will grow your network and undertake active and exciting tasks.