The Sentinel Project for Genocide Prevention is a dynamic group of volunteers working on identifying communities vulnerable to genocide and developing creative ways to counter specific threats, whether through research, analysis, or the innovative use of information technology.
Our Toronto-based team is looking for a group of skilled, enthusiastic research analysts to help develop and implement our early warning methodology and create strategies for helping threatened communities to prepare in the face of imminent atrocities. Many members of this team come from backgrounds in political science, history, psychology, emergency management, and intelligence analysis, but people with all types of education and experience are welcome since having a diverse team is one of our strengths. The following roles are now open:
To read more about all the positions we have available (not just research-related) read the post "The importance of volunteers and why the Sentinel Project is now re..." on our blog.
Please apply on our website through the form accompanying each role. Note that while volunteers from all around the world are welcome, those located in the Toronto area will have the easiest time integrating into our team.