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We reply on the continued financial support of people who believe in what we are doing (Photo: Mike Watson Images Ltd)

We reply on the continued financial support of people who believe in what we are doing (Photo: Mike Watson Images Ltd)

Open Briefing looks beyond the policy wonks of the Westminster bubble or Washington beltway in order to reach out to wider civil society and concerned citizens.

As part of this, we believe you should be able to access our material how you want, when you want. So we have developed numerous ways for you to keep up-to-date with world events and read our comment and analysis, wherever you are.

We actively encourage members of the community to support our work by promoting Open Briefing to their contacts and asking them to become supporters or join our crowdfunding campaigns.

Members of the community can become even more involved in our work by volunteering online with us. There are four types of online volunteers at Open Briefing: contributing analysts, associate researchers, executive associates and microvolunteers. Together they make up the international network that is the Open Briefing team.

Journalists looking for more information about Open Briefing or wishing to arrange an interview with one of our staff or volunteers should contact the Open Briefing press office.

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