Women who volunteer still don’t get the credit

Regular contributor Jo Mitchell writing for our partners at Wonkhe.com, exploring the underlying gender imbalance, when it comes to volunteering for unpopular tasks.

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Jo Mitchell is an experienced writer and editor. After studying Modern Languages at the University of Oxford she worked in fundraising at Oxfam GB and Viva, where she specialised in writing communications for major donors. She now provides freelance editing and copywriting services at Nightingale Ink in the firm belief that sometimes words can sing.

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