Join the FFP 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:

Editorial Intern and Social Media Coordinator

We are seeking driven, self-motivated, and innovative volunteers to support and shape the growth of FFP's publications and social media presence.  The positions are based in London but the work is predominately remote, so producing high quality work independently and in time for deadlines is essential. 

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 Editorial Intern

Location: London with predominately remote work

Hours: 15 per week, 3-6 months (flexible with the successful candidate's schedule)

Start Date: 9 October

Key Requirements:

Must have research and editing experience; ability to work independently; familiarity with Squarespace a plus.

Key Tasks:

  • Facilitating the article submission and publishing process
  • Screening editorial communications and email
  • Editing, fact checking, and uploading all incoming article submissions
  • Assist in the creation of FFP's first print journal

This list is not exhaustive, and there is a degree of flexibility to shape this position to your strengths.

Please send your CV and a cover letter to marissa@afeministforeignpolicy.com by 29 September, 5pm London time. Skype interviews to be held the following week.

Volunteer Social Media Coordinator

Location: London with predominately remote work

Hours: 10-15 per week

Start Date: 9 October

About the Position:

Must have familiarity with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and MailChimp in a professional setting; experience creating social strategy; graphic design experience a plus.

Key tasks of the role include:

  • Create regular content for social channels
  • Draft FFP's monthly newsletter
  • Shape FFP's social strategy

This list is not exhaustive, and there is a degree of flexibility to shape this position to your strengths.

Please send your CV and a cover letter to marissa@afeministforeignpolicy.com by 29 September, 5pm London time. Skype interviews to be held the following week.