Breaking the cycle of violence

ORG promotes international policy-making that is inclusive, accountable, sustainable and effective.
We work to transform thinking about security, helping to break out of the cycle of conflict and violence.

Job Opportunity - Consultant: Climate Security

ORG is looking for an expert on climate change and security issues to lead on implementation of a new project on integrating climate change analysis into UK national security planning processes. Expressions of interest are sought by noon on 4 April.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

Job Opportunity: Fundraising & Communications Manager (part-time)

ORG is seeking an experienced and dynamic fundraiser to join its team in London. Working closely with ORG’s Senior Management Group, the post-holder will lead in refining and implementing ORG’s fundraising strategy and campaigns with a primary focus on raising and sustaining unrestricted revenues, including through targeted proposals, special events, campaigns and personal outreach. Apply by 16th April.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

BISA Event Podcast: The Oversight and Accountability of Remote Warfare

From 28 February to 1 March, the Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. This panel examines the oversight and accountability of remote warfare.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

Latest news

  • ORG Roundtable on Local Peacebuilding in Yemen

    Oxford Research Group’s (ORG) Strategic Peacebuilding Programme and Sana’a Center for Strategic Studies (SCSS) held a one-day roundtable discussion on 19 March entitled ‘Local Peacebuilding in Yemen: Opportunities and Challenges’ at Chatham House in London. Read more

  • Remote Warfare Programme hosts event at the University of Kent

    The Oxford Research Group’s Remote Warfare Programme held a two day conference at the end of February entitled ‘Conceptualising Remote Warfare: The Past, Present and Future’. Read more

  • RWP Submits Evidence on Britain's Role in Authorising the Use of Force

    Oxford Research Group’s Remote Warfare Programme submitted evidence to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee’s (PACAC) inquiry recently, looking at the British Parliament’s role in authorising the use of military force. Read more