Want to support our work with more than a donation?
Open Briefing is currently a small organisation with a limited budget. It is a not-for-profit social enterprise and in order to maintain and expand our activities we rely on the good will and hard work of a small group of people who want to make this project a success.
There are several ways you can get involved with Open Briefing’s work and support the organisation. These are all voluntary, remote work roles, which can easily be fitted around your other commitments.
Contributing analysts provide analysis and briefings for our different intelligence desks and lead ad hoc teams working on individual civil society intelligence requirements. Please note, this role is only open to those with excellent analytical and writing skills and demonstrable knowledge and considerable experience in one or more of our regional or issue desk areas.
Associate researchers provide research and fact-checking support to our contributing analysts, intelligence desks and ad hoc teams. Playing an active part in support of all our intelligence and research work, this role is ideal for postgraduates and others at an early stage of their career wishing to support Open Briefing and gain experience.
There are a host of activities that go on behind the scenes in support of our peace and security work. We are recruiting various executive associates to support these management and administrative functions, which include media strategy, fundraising and community management. Please note, these roles are only open to those with relevant professional backgrounds.
Pushed for time but still want to lend your skills in support of our work? Then consider microvolunteering for us. Microvolunteering is convenient, bite-sized and crowdsourced – ideal for non-profits like Open Briefing! You can help with all sorts of activities and this role is open to anyone with a few spare minutes and an internet connection.