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.

Consultancy Opportunity: 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. Please apply as soon as possible. We will recruit until we find the right candidate.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

Job Opportunity: Fundraising & Communications Officer

ORG is seeking a committed and dynamic fundraiser to join its team in London. The post-holder will work primarily on unrestricted fundraising for ORG, with a focus on identifying and engaging trusts, foundations and individual givers in the UK and elsewhere. Apply by 27 May 2019.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

The WarPod Ep #1: Building Partner Capacity in Africa

The Remote Warfare Programme are joined by Nic Marsh and Marie Sandnes of the Peace Research Institute Oslo to talk security assistance and building partner capacity in Africa.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

Latest news

  • Emily Knowles speaks at PAX and Chatham House Event

    On 15 May, Emily Knowles, Director of the Remote Warfare Programme, joined an expert panel at an event at the Solvay Library in Brussels entitled, “EU Perspectives on Remote Warfare”. Read more

  • Richard Reeve speaks at Finnish Institute for International Affairs

    Oxford Research Group (ORG) Chief Executive Richard Reeve joined the Finnish Institute for International Affairs (FIIA) in Helsinki on 14 May to discuss UK approaches to climate security policy-making. Read more

  • RWP Submits Parliamentary Evidence to Liaison Committee

    In a written submission to the UK Parliament’s Liaison Committee the Remote Warfare Programme argues that Defence Committee members’ limited access to classified information, as well as no mechanism for legislative scrutiny of the UK’s special forces, impedes the effectiveness and influence of select committees over executive decision-making. Read more