Access to justice jobs: Postdoctoral Researcher on Access to Justice and Sustainable Institutional Development

May 8, 2012 at 9:26 pm Leave a comment

The Hague Institute for Global Justice is hiring:

Postdoctoral Researcher on Access to Justice and Sustainable Institutional Development

Deadline for application:

Friday 25 May 2012

Tasks

The post-doc is hired for part of a larger project on Access to Justice and Sustainable Institutional Development in countries that have suffered or are still suffering from major conflicts. The core tasks for the post-doc are:

  • Carrying out legal desk research on Access to Justice and Sustainable Institutional Development into several countries, mostly in the Middle East and Africa, recovering from conflict;
  • Analyzing literature from a variety of countries in order to see whether general lessons can be drawn Access to Justice and Sustainable Institutional Development
  • Coordination of research with a socio-legal field research in Libya, done by another post-doc;
  • Aligning your own academic output with (co-)edited scholarly articles and chapters of various contributors;
  • Working with and further developing of an international network of researchers and policymakers;
  • Organisation of academic panels and workshops;
  • Transcribing the literature review into policy advice and practical guidelines.

Read here more about the position of Postdoctoral Researcher on Access to Justice and Sustainable Institutional Development

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