Genocide Watch seeks volunteer expert contributors to continue its work. You may be located anywhere in the world. Your age, gender, nationality, ethnicity, race, religion, or political party do not matter.
Contributors are typically professors, lecturers, PhD candidates, journalists, lawyers, professionals in the advanced stages of their careers, and members of other Alliance Against Genocide organizations.
If you are currently an undergraduate or graduate student, we encourage you to apply for an internship. Please refer to our internship program description and application process at: https://www.genocidewatch.com/internships
For Volunteer News Editors:
We require extensive knowledge of conditions in particular countries with early warning signs of actual genocide or crimes against humanity. Objectivity is required, but not neutrality.
Applicants must be fluent in the language or languages spoken in the country to be reported on. Expertise or intensive study about a country is required. If you have lived there, even better.
Please submit a letter about you, including the country (or countries) you want to monitor, and why you have knowledge of human rights conditions in that country.
If you have other skills you wish to contribute as a volunteer, please do submit a letter of interest explaining how your particular experience or skill(s) can be relevant or beneficial to our work. A cover letter, CV/resume, and contribution proposal is required to submit with this form. Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
Please note that due to high volume of applications for very limited vacancy, the selection process is highly competitive. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.