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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS STRANIAK FELLOWSHIP – RESEARCH FELLOW FOR PROJECT ON VULNERABILITY AND CLIMATE-RELATED MOBILITY


CALL FOR APPLICATIONS STRANIAK FELLOWSHIP – RESEARCH FELLOW FOR PROJECT ON VULNERABILITY AND CLIMATE-RELATED MOBILITY funded by the Hermann and Marianne Straniak Foundation

Place: Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights
Freyung 6, 1010 Vienna, Austria

Start: 3 February 2020 ideally

Duration and scope: 6 months full-time

Description of the project and tasks

The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights (BIM) is offering a fellowship to support a research project on the concept of vulnerability in the context of human rights as well as a research project on climate change-related mobility. The fellow will join the Asylum, AntiDiscrimination and Diversity Department. The Department has extensive expertise in the fields of equality, non-discrimination, asylum, migration and climate-related forms of mobility.

The fellow will support the team working on the two above-mentioned projects, undertaking various activities such as:
• Research on different topics with regard to the concept of vulnerability as well as
climate change-related forms of mobility
• Analysis of academic literature, legal documents, policy documents as well as
jurisprudence
• Support in field research
• Support in editing and reviewing texts for the website, research reports, articles, etc.

Desired qualifications:
• Proven knowledge – through university studies and/or work experience – on human
rights issues
• University degree, preferably in law or political science
• Excellent English skills (spoken and written), German language skills are an asset
• Ability to work independently and diligently, and to meet deadlines
• Strong research and analytical skills
• Strong drafting and communication skills
• Good IT skills

We offer:
• Fellowship of € 1.000 (gross) per month
• Participation in a wide range of events and networks linked to the Ludwig Boltzmann
Institute of Human Rights in Vienna

Arrangements for visa, if applicable, and insurance need to be taken care of by the fellow. The health insurance can be either effected in Austria or in one’s home country, an accident insurance is obligatory (about € 20/month).
For further information on the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights see:
https://bim.lbg.ac.at/en

Interested persons are requested to send their CV and motivation letter in English to
bim.office@univie.ac.at.

Deadline for submission of applications: 15 November 2019 

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Kontakt



UNIVERZITA KARLOVA
Právnická fakulta,
Výzkumné centrum
pro lidská práva
nám. Curieových 7
116 40 Praha 1

Prof. JUDr. Pavel Šturma, DrSc.
koordinátor Centra


Tel.: +420 221 005 439


Novinky

11. 10. 2019

Vyšel Bulletin UNCE č.2/2019.


United Nation Web TV: 
 

Prof. Pavel Šturma přednáší svůj příspěvek na téma "Succession of States and State Responsibility":
https://webtv.un.org/meetings-events/human-rights-council/forum-on-business-and-human-rights/watch/pavel-Šturma-on-succession-of-states-and-state-responsibility/5823435342001/?term=&lan=english 


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