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The Senior Regional Asylum/Migration Officer is responsible for ensuring UNHCR’s engagement in the asylum-migration discourse in the region for which he/she is responsible insofar as it impacts on UNHCR’s mandate to protect refugees, stateless persons and other persons of concern. He/she is expected to significantly contribute towards fundamentally shifting protection space in the region from currently restrictive policies to long-term expansion of protection and solutions in countries concerned.
The Regional Asylum/Migration Policy Officer is responsible for the follow-up of the recommendations made by the participants in the Mixed Migration Conference for Central Asia.
The overall objective of the Officer is to promote the implementation of the 10 points plan in Action in central Asia. The incumbent must have a sound understanding of a variety of protection issues ranging from Refugee Status Determination (RSD), Durable protection, and migration related issues, notably Human trafficking and smuggling.
The Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement is accepting applications for a Fellow position. The basic function of the position is to carry out independent research on displacement-related and humanitarian issues, and to provide leadership, program guidance, and administrative oversight for Project activity. Job responsibilities will be divided between research and analysis (60%); policy and program development (25%); and management (15%).
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Under the direct supervision of the Operations Coordinator in Juba the Field Coordinator will be accountable and responsible for ensuring the overall effective management of IOM operations in Warrap state and contributing to the programme implementation planning and development, monitoring and evaluation of IOM activities.
The European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM) was initiated by a group of foundations in 2005 through the Network of European Foundations (NEF). EPIM seeks to improve the living conditions of regular and undocumented migrants by strengthening the role played by NGOs active on migration and integration issues. Through a grants and capacity building programme, EPIM partner foundations foster civil society initiatives that promote constructive integration policies for migrants and receiving communities.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASoS) at Maastricht University invites applications for a full-time (1.0 fte), three year lecturer appointment with a first year probation period, starting January 1, 2012 (negotiable). The post holder will contribute to research (20%) and teaching (80%) in the field of Globalisation and Development Studies (GDS) with a focus on the Global South. Any inquiries about the position may be addressed to Prof.
The Sussex Centre for Migration Research, one of the world's leading centres for research on migration, seeks outstanding candidates for the position of Director and Professor of Migration Studies. The next Director will have the opportunity to continue to develop the scope and breadth of the Centre's research activities, enhance its teaching and training programmes, and develop a robust programme to build endowments and other core funding.
Interns will have opportunities to broaden their human rights experience and knowledge; exposure to the work of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in South?East Asia and human rights related work in other UN agencies; broaden the understanding of current human rights issues in South?East Asia and globally; and introduce to the functioning of United Nations human rights bodies and mechanisms.
The Department of International Development (ODID) invites applications for a full time, three-year fixed term appointment to a Departmental Lecturership to start in January 2012 or as soon as possible thereafter. The appointment will be associated with the International Migration Institute, a leading research group within the department.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Liaison Office in Brussels provides opportunities for young graduates to undertake an internship at the EC-UN Joint Migration and Development Initiative (JMDI). The JMDI is looking for one full-time intern to join its team starting in September 2011 for a duration of 6 months.