Work with Us

Following the recent launch of the Global Research Network we are building a team of people who will support our members and the Think Tank. The majority of staff and Junior Fellow are based in Oxford (UK), but our activities are coordinated online for the most part.

Our membership is truly diverse, and we welcome anyone in particular from BAME/LDC backgrounds who are interested in working with individual and organization from across university, NGO, IGO and corporate spheres to make the world a kinder, sustainable and more tolerant place.

Current Vacancies

Board Members

We have an opening for someone experienced in both academia and public policy to join the Board, which oversees the strategic direction of our Think Tank. The role involves a commitment of at least one hour a month, and there is an annual meeting in London (virtual participation can be arranged). If you are interested in joining us please send in a copy of your CV and online profile. We welcome in particular applicants from LDCs and/or with BAME backgrounds.

Academic Translators

We are building our list of recommended academic translators. If you would like to join us, please tell us your specialist areas (if any), the languages in which you can work (translating from- to-), with your CV and two samples of work. 

Academic proof-readers and editors

We are building our list of recommended proof-readers and editors in the following languages:

  • Arabic
  • English
  • Hausa
  • Hindustani
  • Malay
  • Mandarin
  • Spanish
  • Russian

If you have experience in proof-reading/editing to academic publication standard and would like to join us, please send us a copy of your CV.


We are building our list of recommended photographers in each city. If you would like to join us, please send us your portfolio of portraits taken indoors.


We have limited capacity to take on interns, but do get in touch with us if you have any of the following skills:

  • Academic research
  • Fluency in Arabic, Mandarin, Russian or Spanish
  • Social media marketing

Global Research Network, Canterbury,
United Kingdom

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