Journey to Justice

Volunteer Stories

Tania Aubeelack, JtoJ London Volunteer Coordinator

Tania found Journey to Justice thanks to good fortune for us. In the summer of 2016 her father took a flyer from young people who were promoting our work as part of their NCS (National Citizen Service) project in Wood Green High Street. He passed it to Tania who has been a most dedicated volunteer with us ever since. Her activities with JtoJ include: organising two music fundraising events which introduced us to many talented performers; running training workshops in schools, colleges and community settings in order to embed our approach in their work; briefing JtoJ volunteers in Bristol; co-ordinating PR; speaking at events and inspiring and recruiting new members. Tania is the ideal candidate to be our Coordinator for London volunteers, supporting, developing & managing their time with us.

Tania is also a volunteer with Diabetes UK and until recently, with Shelter.



Hana Bellin, JtoJ Intern, February – April 2018

A big welcome to Hana, a student at California State University Fullerton who has chosen to intern with JtoJ for three months as part of her time in the UK with AIFS (American Institute for Foreign Study). Hana is majoring in American Studies and has a particular interest in social justice. She volunteered in community service projects in the Dominican Republic, Peru and Costa Rica and taught in a Jewish-Arab school, Project Harmony, in Israel. She is working with JtoJ in a number of ways including writing blogs, planning our social media for the Newham JtoJ Music and Freedom Project, advising on our website content, interviewing volunteers and helping at events and with our travelling exhibition at Beckton Globe Library. Thank you Hana.

Read Hana’s blogs about her time in the UK
You may say Iā€™m a dreamer…
An American in London
Train of Thoughts
Hello, Goodbye London



Meet six of our volunteers talking about their work with JtoJ


With thanks to Claire McLoughlin for the interviews and write-ups.