We receive a selection of interesting opportunities for volunteering/unpaid work or for work contributing to websites that don’t fit our criteria for posting an ad on w4mpjobs but may be of interest to staff. We’ll feature them here.
Agora is the UK’s open forum for foreign policy. It bridges the gap between people interested in and knowledgeable about foreign affairs and decision makers in foreign policy by providing a platform for blogs, briefings and policy papers. The think tank is also committed to growing its active community, with regular meet ups in London for writers and those interested in international affairs.
Agora is part of the Open Think Tank Network, comprising partner organisations in Germany (Polis180), France (Argo), Switzerland (Foraus), Austria (Ponto), and Ireland (Torc) which also promote a more participatory form of foreign policy.
Anyone curious about Agora can visit our website, and those wishing to publish should read our content guidelines (https://agorathinktank.org/
Defence & Security – defence-security@
Democracy & Governance – democracy-governance@
Europe – firstname.lastname@example.org
Energy & Climate – energy-climate@
Identities – identities@agorathinktank.
Migration – email@example.com
Best of Africa
Founded in December 2016, The Best of Africa (thebestofafrica.org) is an online media platform that provides commentary and analysis on Africa through a network of volunteers. We are committed to promoting a more positive image of Africa from those who are passionate about the continent.
Writing, editing and sourcing content is an essential part of what we do. In order to help to dispel negative narratives on Africa and engage, excite and educate people, an ideal candidate is a student or recent graduate with an interest in African and/or politics and international relations.
A background and active interest in all things Africa (politics, development, sport, entertainment etc.) is an added bonus.
Those interested should submit a CV and a short covering letter and a writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org
Arab Millennial website is looking for experienced contributors to write on Arab society to our audience of 40,000 monthly visitors.
Contributors should have a social science undergraduate degree. Ideal candidates may also have a Masters degree and/or experience working with Arab diaspora/Arab world political issues.
To find out more send a CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
Their website is https://arabmillennial.net
Raddington Report (Deadline 14 September 2018)
The Raddington Report is a Washington-based publication that offers insight on matters of global security, politics, economic trends, governance, and emerging technologies and culture, through cutting-edge analysis and news.
We are currently recruiting staff writers to join our small team to contribute regular analytical articles (approximately 1,000 words in length). This is an internet-based role with no fixed hours, making it suitable to those looking to take on a new challenge alongside their existing committments, or work remotely.
At present, new writers are required for Asia, Africa, Latin America, MENA and Europe. The position is ideally suited to young professionals looking to expand their written portfolio. Applications from those with experience in think tanks, journalism, business and government, or who have extensive experience of living within the regions they seek to write about, are particularly encouraged.
The role pays up to $600pcm
Those interested in staff writer positions should submit a CV and a short covering letter stating their availability, together with an 800-1000 word writing sample, to firstname.lastname@example.org
See their website http://raddingtonreport.com
Naked Politics is a political blog for young people, that represents a whole variety of political viewpoints looking for new bloggers to contribute on an ad hoc or regular basis.
More details on the Naked Politics website.
Technical Politics (https://www.technicalpolitics.com) would be happy to
consider for publication ideas articles on public policy, current
legislation, parliamentary or select committee debates, or public
Articles may focus on public policy as it relates to any country,
subnational unit, government or international organisation. Particular
preference is given to balanced or neutral articles describing the
fullest range of opinions on the topic, and including substantial
quotations from representatives of both or all sides of the debate.
We also welcome original or prepublished copy from think tanks and
public policy institutes, and we are especially grateful for content
focused on public policy in non-English speaking countries.
Please note that all content will be released under a Creative Commons
licence. Technical Politics reserves the right to make minor edits to
style and grammar. By sending us content, articles or materials, you
release it for our indefinite future use. We reserve the right to refuse
to publish any article.