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The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Migration Policy Centre is looking to hire a full-time research assistant to contribute to the development of the Observatory of Public Attitudes to Migration (OPAM) by gathering and analysing data from various EU member states on public attitudes to migration. The desired applicant should have a PhD in Political Science and experience in migration studies. It is also required that the applicant be fluent in English.
Applications are due by October 31, 2017.
The University of Melbourne’s Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness of the Melbourne Law School is offering a research fellowship. The fellow will develop and carry out an innovative program working to better understand the causes of statelessness and identify appropriate responses to reduce and eradicate statelessness. The desired applicant should have strong research and analysis skills and experience in project development and management. In addition, it is desired that the applicant should have interest and expertise in statelessness, human rights, and refugee law.
Migrants Organise is looking for a candidate with media, communications or PR experience and a passion for justice, equality, and the rights of migrants and refugees. The selected candidate should hold a university degree in communications, Journalism, Media Studies, Political or Social Sciences, International Relations or relevant field. A Master’s degree would be an asset.
Salary: £33,528 per annum inclusive of ILW
Hours: Full-time: 35 hours a week, flexible hours
OIM Maroc avec INDIMAJ-Oriental : « Initiative pour un développement inclusif à l’attention des migrant-e-s dans la région de l’Oriental » envoient un appel à consultation pour une étude sur les « Possibilités d’action des collectivités territoriales en matière de politique migratoire dans le cadre de la Régionalisation avancée ».
IOM Morocco with the INDIMAJ-Oriental: "Initiative for Inclusive Development for Migrants in the Oriental Region" has launched a call for consultation for a study on "Possibilities for action of local and regional authorities in the field of migration policy in the context of heightened regionalisation". The study will endeavor to capitalise on the results of the UN Joint Initiative for Migration and Development (JMDI) by deepening the analysis of local authorities' role in local development planning.
The European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) is looking for an intern that provides legal assistance to AIDA, the Asylum Information Database. The overall goal of the database is to contribute to the improvement of asylum policies and practices in Europe and the situation of asylum seekers by providing all relevant actors with appropriate tools and information to support their advocacy and litigation efforts, both at the national and European level.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is looking for an intern for its Global Programme Support Unit. The selected candidate will work for the IOM Regional Office for the European Economic Area, European Union and NATO, focusing on IOM’s policy and project-related cooperation with the European Union in third countries.
The organization Seefar is looking for a Migration Analyst to conduct research on displaced people, migration, human trafficking and modern slavery. You will be able to design research projects, analyse data, write reports, train field staff and produce insights for projects globally.
This role demands someone who is smart, intrinsically motivated, worldly and interested in hard challenges. Seefar has a track record for delivering research projects in East Africa, West Africa, North Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Asia on migration and human trafficking issues.
The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) is seeking an intern for Fall 2017 in Washington DC to conduct paid research on female migrants from Central America or Mexico in transit to the United States. The desired applicant should be a recent college graduate or an advanced-degree student, have a background in related Social Sciences, and be at least proficient in Spanish. For more information on the responsibilities of the intern or to apply, click here.
The University of Neuchâtel, with funding from the Swiss Network of International Studies (SNIS), is looking to hire a Researcher for the project ‘Engendering Migration, Development and Belonging: The Experiences of Recently Arrived Afghans in Europe,’ which “examines how gender shapes understandings of home, belonging and the self among recently arrived Afghan mi