The International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD) in collaboration with the International Network of Health and Hepatitis in Substance Users (INHSU) have announced the first round of the new Jude Byrne Emerging Female Leaders Award. This ground-breaking mentorship program will not only honour the memory and legacy of Jude’s decades of activism but will continue her brilliant work by bringing on the next generation of female drug user activists.
INPUD is keen to supplement our Register of Peer Mentors with a wider Register of Consultant Mentors. If you would like to register your interest in being a Consultant Mentor for the Jude Byrne Emerging Female Leaders Award, please fill out this quick survey linked below to tell us a little about yourself and the skills, knowledge and issues you could offer as a Consultant Mentor. We will add your details to our Consultant Mentors Register. INPUD will draw on both registers when working with successful candidates to design their personalised mentorship program.
Register your interest to become a Consultant Mentor here.
We also encourage all mentors to send a brief CV to provide further detail on your experience, any qualifications and additional skills. You may send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org