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ORGANIZATION: The Necessary Society

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Are you tired of watching a few elites shape society to fit their own vision, ignoring your wants and needs?

Are you irritated by the influence of money in politics, swaying decisions against the interests of the people?

Are you fed up with seeing profits soar in the wake of increasing prices and cuts to essential services your loved ones need?

Well....Are you ready to change that and have a direct say in the policies and ways that govern your life?

Then Join Us!

At The Necessary Society, we believe in the power of direct democracy. We are dedicated to empowering every citizen to have a direct role in shaping the policies that affect their lives. We envision a future where governance is fully responsive to the will of the people, free from the disproportionate influence of special interests. We seek a society where you can shape, create, and design society with the power of your voice.

General Overview and Objective of the Project: The Necessary Society is seeking a dedicated volunteer to serve as a Researcher and Analyst on Direct Democracy. This critical role involves conducting comprehensive research into the pros, cons, potential obstacles, ideology, policy development, and historical context of direct democracy. The objective is to gather detailed information that will inform our organizational strategy, policy proposals, educational materials, and outreach efforts.

Tasks and Tactics:

  1. Comprehensive Literature Review:
    • Conduct a thorough review of existing literature on direct democracy, including academic articles, books, policy papers, and case studies.
    • Summarize key findings, focusing on the pros, cons, and potential obstacles of direct democracy.
  2. Ideological and Historical Analysis:
    • Research the ideological foundations and historical development of direct democracy.
    • Identify significant historical examples of direct democracy and analyze their outcomes.
  3. Policy Development and Analysis:
    • Investigate existing policies and models of direct democracy in various jurisdictions.
    • Analyze successful implementations and extract best practices.
    • Identify common challenges and strategies for overcoming them.
  4. Development of Educational and Informational Materials:
    • Develop a draft of a citizen initiative based on research findings.
    • Create informational materials for legislators, volunteers, and the public, including brochures and online content.
    • Prepare detailed reports and summaries for internal use.
  5. Stakeholder Analysis:
    • Identify key stakeholders and influencers in the field of direct democracy.
    • Analyze their positions and potential roles in supporting or opposing direct democracy initiatives.


  • Week 1-2: Conduct a comprehensive literature review and summarize key findings; Research and reach out to potential policy experts
  • Week 3-4: Complete the ideological and historical analysis, focusing on significant examples and outcomes.
  • Week 5-6: Investigate and analyze existing policies and models of direct democracy, identifying best practices and challenges.
  • Week 7-8: Finalize reports, summaries, and stakeholder analysis

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Proven experience in academic or policy research.
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to synthesize complex information into clear and actionable insights.
  • Familiarity with political science, public policy, or related fields is preferred.

Impact to the Community: By providing in-depth research and analysis on direct democracy, you will help The Necessary Society develop well-informed strategies, policies, and educational materials. Your work will directly contribute to empowering citizens and creating a more democratic society.

What You Will Gain:

  • Experience in comprehensive research and policy analysis.
  • The opportunity to make a significant impact on a meaningful cause.
  • Skill development in political science, public policy, and advocacy.
  • Flexible work schedule with the ability to work remotely.

Support Given:

  • Regular check-ins with the project manager.
  • Access to necessary resources and documentation.
  • A collaborative work environment with feedback and assistance from our team.

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About The Necessary Society


1620 NW 175TH TER, MIAMI, FL 33169, US

Mission Statement

We exist to engineer society’s transition to a direct democracy by educating, inspiring, and igniting a collective force and consciousness necessary to shatter exploitation and respond to genuine world needs.


At The Necessary Society, we envision a world where society is powered by the people's will-where the disproportionate influence of a corrupt system, corporate interests, and select powerful individuals is replaced by a collective decision-making process that prioritizes the wellbeing of all, respects nature, and embodies fairness. We foresee a sustainable world where direct democracy flourishes, allowing for social equity, environmental rejuvenation, and the true empowerment of every individual.

Our existence is a direct response to the glaring disparities and injustices perpetuated by the current system. We reject the paradigm where profit is placed above people and the planet. We reject the notion that this is the final version of society. We reject the outcomes where the few who contribute nothing to society gain the most. We reject the society where children can suffer and the masses go unheard. We are committed to dismantling the existing structures that concentrate wealth and power, marginalize communities, and exploit natural and human resources.

Our ultimate aim is to establish a direct democracy framework across all states and at the national level, creating a governance model that truly echoes the collective aspirations and requirements of society. This transformational shift will ensure that decisions affecting billions are no longer dictated by the few but are deliberated and determined by the many.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Politics


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Strategic Planning
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 3-7 Hours Per Week

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