There are dozens of ways you can get involved and support the Fabian Society’s work.
Write for Us
If you would like to contribute to the online version of Fabian Review, there are a number of categories
- Comment – 600-1000 word pieces
- Fabian Essays – pieces over 1000 words taking an in-depth look into a topic
- History – articles looking at the history of the Fabian Society and the wider left
- Book Reviews – articles which review the latest books on politics and policy
If you’re interested in writing for the online Fabian Review, please email a short pitch to email@example.com
Pamphlets and Books
We actively consider all ideas for publications. If you have an idea please contact Ed Wallis, the Head of Editorial on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 227 4911 .
Alternatively, you can complete our pamphlet proposal form.
The Society does not offer unpaid internships, however there are a number of opportunities to volunteer with us.
Long-term volunteers: we are interested to hear from members who want to become long-term volunteers, particularly if you have specific skills such as databases, web-editing, proof-reading, copy-editing or graphic design. Volunteering can range from a few hours a month to one day a week. Please contact Phil Mutero email@example.com for more details.
Events: At our major public events like New Year Conference, Summer Conference and Labour Party Conference there are opportunities for you to volunteer with the Society as a steward. You’ll get free entry to the event and the chance to be intimately involved in the running of high-profile political events.
We also offer one to two week volunteer placements in the weeks leading up to major events, to support our final preparations and enable you to lead a team of volunteers. Appeals for support will be forthcoming ahead of events, but please contact Head of Partnerships and Events Kate Godfrey to register your interest in volunteering.
Student placements: The Fabian Society can also accommodate placements for students as a formal part of your studies. This might include courses where a workplace placement contributes course credits. If you would be interested in working with the Fabian Society in this way, please contact Phil Mutero on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local Fabian Societies
Our Local Fabian Societies are at the heart of the Fabian Society. They provide a platform for informed debate and discussion of political issues across the UK.
Check our Local Societies page to find out where there is a local society in your area and contact the local convener to find our more about getting involved.
Alternatively, if there is no local society near you, you could set one up. Please contact Deborah Stoate, our Local Societies officer to find out more about how you can get involved.
The Young Fabians are actively seeking volunteers to support their activities. Please contact the relevant executive committee member for more information. Visit www.youngfabians.org.uk to find out more about how you can get involved.
Fabian Women’s Network
The Fabian Women’s Network are actively seeking volunteers to support their activities. Please contact the relevant executive committee member for more information. Visit www.fabianwomen.co.uk to find out more about how you can get involved.
Scottish and Welsh Fabians
The Scottish Fabians has an active programme of events, directed by an elected committee. If you would like to get involved please email email@example.com.
The Welsh Fabians were relaunched in 2013. If you would be interested in helping to revive Welsh Fabians, please contact Marcus Robert on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elections for the Executive Committee
If you are a member of the Fabian Society, you can stand for election to the Executive Committee. The Executive meets quarterly and oversees the work of the Society. As a member you will be notified of the opening of nominations for the election, which will next be open in summer 2015.