Managing Unit (for Asia in Review and Europe in Review) Volunteers

Europe in Review (EiR) and Asia in Review (AiR) are innovative multimedia platforms developed by the German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG) in recognition of the growing demand for an unmitigated and balanced picture of the issues, events, and forces shaping the European and Asian continents. To this end, the platform aims to connect people with a rich stream of current and trusted information on constitutional politics, human rights, national and collective security and defense, international relations, European governance, and geopolitics.

The Managing Unit was established to oversee the non-editorial activities of EiR and AiR. It is the administrative backbone of both projects aiming at holding them together in harmony and simplicity. For this project, we are seeking applications from students and young professionals who would like to apply their organizational skills and seek professional growth with our team.

Roles and Responsibilities

Volunteers of the Managing Unit are divided into separate portfolios consisting of a variety of responsibilities and tasks that assist with the overall running of the platform. That includes strategic grant research, planning & supervision, marketing & outreach, public relations, and administration & human resource management.


Candidates must be well-organized and dedicated people with excellent attention to detail. Members of the Managing Unit must also be skilled team players and excel in communication abilities. 




  • Human Resources
  • Administration
  • Social Media and Communications
  • Graphic Design
  • Outreach
  • Content Creation (Videos and photographs) Finance and Grant research
  • Events organizing
  • IT

Volunteering Commitment and Probationary Period

The volunteers are expected to commit a minimum of 15 hours per week. You’re welcome to commit more time if you’re able to. Volunteers must commit to a minimum of four months, but we highly encourage those who can stay for up to six months to apply.

Please be advised that a mandatory one-month probationary period is required for all volunteers at the Managing Unit. This period is designed to evaluate both parties and determine if the role aligns with your expectations and if you’re a suitable fit for our team. Please note that this is an unpaid volunteer position.

How to apply?

If you’re interested in becoming a Contributor, please submit your application here:

We will respond to your application within 10 working days. However, during busy periods, it may take a little longer.

CPG is an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, or any other protected class.

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Discovering Europe in Review and Asia in Review and Its Producers

Behind Europe in Review and Asia in Review is the German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), in partnership with the Asian Governance Foundation.

CPG is a reputable academic institution and think tank connected to the Faculty of Law of Thammasat University in Bangkok. It is one of only five Centers of Excellence created worldwide since 2009 under the Excellence Initiative of the German Federal Government, built upon a three-party cooperation between the German universities of Frankfurt and Münster and Thammasat University. CPG is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office and receives administrative support from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

The CPG’s areas of expertise include comparative constitutional and administrative law, human rights, peace and security studies, governance and compliance, as well as law and policy reform. They organize seminars, conferences, training courses and workshops, project evaluation, and consultation services to the public and other interested parties through their members and partners.

Discover more about CPG by visiting

+66 2 613 2971
CPG, Thammasat University, Faculty of Law, Bangkok, Thailand.


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