Join the cFFP Team

We are an entirely volunteer run organization, and every single person involved donates their time and talents of their own volition.

Any listed vacancies will be volunteer positions. 


Available volunteer roles:

Online journal Editor and Disrupted Editor

We are seeking driven, self-motivated, and innovative volunteers to support and shape the growth of CFFP's print publication, Disrupted and our online journal. Available positions are remote. Producing high quality work independently and in time for deadlines is essential. We particularly encourage applications from women whose communities have been historically underrepresented in foreign policy, and who live outside of the US and EU.

Necessary abilities and competencies for these roles include: the ability to think creatively and flexibly; excellent written communication skills; precise attention to detail; experience working with a minimum level of supervision; understanding the political context feminist foreign policy is embedded within.

 
 

Volunteer Online Journal Editor (2)

Location: Remote

Hours: Approx. 5 - 10 per month 

Start Date: February, minimum 6 month commitment

About the Position:

Must have experience editing complex writing pieces; ability to work independently; background in feminist and IR theory 

Key Tasks:

  • Fact check articles

  • Edit for grammar and flow of article

  • Provide notes to author if article needs rewriting

This list is not exhaustive, and there is a degree of flexibility for editing each article received. We particularly encourage applications from women whose communities have been historically underrepresented in foreign policy.

Please send your CV and a cover letter to marissa@afeministforeignpolicy.com by 26 January, 5pm London time. Skype interviews to be held shortly after.

Volunteer Disrupted Editor (2)

Location: Remote

Hours: Approx. 10-20 per month

Start Date: February, minimum 6 month commitment

About the Position:

Must have experience editing complex writing pieces; ability to work independently; background in feminist and IR theory 

Key Tasks:

  • Provide editorial notes to author for rewrites

  • Fact check articles

  • Edit for grammar and flow of article

  • Review proof before it goes to print

This list is not exhaustive, and there is a degree of flexibility for editing each article received. We particularly encourage applications from women whose communities have been historically underrepresented in foreign policy.

Please send your CV and a cover letter to marissa@afeministforeignpolicy.com by 26 January, 5pm London time. Skype interviews to be held shortly after.