Membership

NCF Membership

Contribute what you can afford to be included in all our events. We have three payment levels; support us as best you can with either $35 (£25), $70 (£50) or $190 (£140).

To become a member of the Next Century Foundation, please donate to one of our U.K. or U.S. addresses below or with this link.

Membership of the NCF will enable you to:

Receive all NCF analyses and
confidential briefings

As a member you will be entitled to read all NCF analyses and confidential briefings. NCF posts regular briefings on issues as they arise. Currently, we are working on a special report on Israel-Palestine which looks at the status of the peace process, were negotiations to resume. These are the types of analyses and briefings you can expect to receive as a NCF member, which would be shared as and when it is relevant. You would also receive regular e-mail updates concerning private, and more discreet meetings, which are focused on crisis situations we’re trying to resolve. All members would also have access to the minutes of our working groups through the members portal.

Access reports issued by the
Secretary-General

Our Secretary-General William Morris, regularly puts out reports on ongoing confidential work. Currently, he is working on a report concerning the teams that were sent into Baghdad to cover the Iraq elections. These sorts of confidential reports are the type of information which would be uniquely available to you as a member.  As a member, you would also have special unlimited access to in progress reports which are being prepared for the UN, such as the Universal Periodic Review on Human Rights, which we are currently preparing submissions for.

Join working group meetings
hosted by NCF

The NCF currently hosts three regular working group meetings on Syria, Yemen, and Bahrain. These working groups occur on a three-week rotational basis. Our working group meetings are usually between 1.5-2 hours and are open to all our NCF members. We regularly update our members via e-mail about when these groups take place. The goal of each of our working groups is to promote peace via open and inclusive dialogue. This is done through bringing in and engaging various voices on the respective topics and thus representing all sides in complex conflict issues. You can find more information on each of our working groups here.

Membership of the NCF will enable you to:

Receive all NCF analyses and
confidential briefings

As a member you will be entitled to read all NCF analyses and confidential briefings. NCF posts regular briefings on issues as they arise. Currently, we are working on a special report on Israel-Palestine which looks at the status of the peace process, were negotiations to resume. These are the types of analyses and briefings you can expect to receive as a NCF member, which would be shared as and when it is relevant. You would also receive regular e-mail updates concerning private, and more discreet meetings, which are focused on crisis situations we’re trying to resolve. All members would also have access to the minutes of our working groups through the members portal.

Access reports issued by the
Secretary-General

Our Secretary-General William Morris, regularly puts out reports on ongoing confidential work. Currently, he is working on a report concerning the teams that were sent into Baghdad to cover the Iraq elections. These sorts of confidential reports are the type of information which would be uniquely available to you as a member.  As a member, you would also have special unlimited access to in progress reports which are being prepared for the UN, such as the Universal Periodic Review on Human Rights, which we are currently preparing submissions for.

Join working group meetings
hosted by NCF

The NCF currently hosts three regular working group meetings on Syria, Yemen, and Bahrain. These working groups occur on a three-week rotational basis. Our working group meetings are usually between 1.5-2 hours and are open to all our NCF members. We regularly update our members via e-mail about when these groups take place. The goal of each of our working groups is to promote peace via open and inclusive dialogue. This is done through bringing in and engaging various voices on the respective topics and thus representing all sides in complex conflict issues. You can find more information on each of our working groups here.