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FOREIGN POLICY AFFECTS EVERY ASPECT OF OUR LIVES, AND IS DETERMINED BY AN ELITE FEW WHOM OFTEN OPERATE TO MAINTAIN THE STATUS QUO AND INSTITUTIONAL BIAS. 

The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy is proud to lead the way in making foreign policy more feminist, more transparent, and more intersectional. With your support, we can expand our reach exponentially. Our membership program is unique in that all members participate in an annual vote to guide the focus of our campaign activities. Quite simply: tell us what you want to change, and that becomes our organizational priority.


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Join the Team

CFFP actively strives to be an open and accessible community that is based on the values of intersectionality, collaboration, and integrity. We aim to do this by creating a positive, supportive, and diverse working environment for all our staff and volunteers. When vacancies are available, we encourage all to apply, and especially welcome applications from people of colour, people with disabilities, immigrants, asylum seekers, LGBTQIA+ individuals, and other historically marginalized communities. Please notify us at the time of application if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process. View our Diversity and Inclusion Policy here.


Call for Applications: Copyeditor for “FEminist foreign policy and Autonomous weapons” briefing

Location: London, UK, remote work will be considered

Compensation: £100 project fee

Application Deadline: 1 July 2019

Project Details: CFFP is seeking a copyeditor to review and edit a four page briefing to be published around 1 August. Work is remote and can be completed on copywriter’s own schedule during the month of July.

Qualifications should include:

  • Experience with copyediting

  • Knowledge of feminist foreign policy, feminist analysis, and autonomous weapons

Please email your CV and a writing example to hello@centreforffp.org by 5pm London time on 1 July 2019. Due to the high volume of applications we expect to receive, we will unfortunately not be available for feedback for unsuccessful applicants.


Call for aPplications: Event Assistant for “FEminist foreign policy and Autonomous weapons” briefing Launch

Location: London, UK

Compensation: £210 project fee, up to two days of work

Application Deadline: 1 July 2019

Project Details: CFFP is seeking an event assistant to support our UK Director in planning CFFP UK’s upcoming August event in collaboration with the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. Candidates must be London based and available to work at the event (date tbd, it will be in the evening in early August).

Qualifications should include:

  • Experience with event planning

  • Knowledge of feminist foreign policy, feminist analysis, and autonomous weapons

Please email your CV and cover letter to hello@centreforffp.org by 5pm London time on 1 July 2019. Due to the high volume of applications we expect to receive, we will unfortunately not be available for feedback for unsuccessful applicants.


we do not accept unsolicited CVs. To further support our work, please consider donating.