Call for Applications of Researchers in Southern Africa is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at Raoul Wallenberg Institute.
Raoul Wallenberg Institute is an academic institution with offices, programmes, and convening power covering 40 countries. Raoul Wallenberg Institute was established in 1984.
Benefits of Call for Applications of Researchers
RWI will sign a consultancy contract with each selected researcher that specify terms of reference and conditions for assignments. Contracts will include all applicable RWI policies and code of conduct that the consultants commit to adhere to.
A lump sum fee of will be provided aid to each researcher, along with reimbursement of any pre-agreed travel costs.
Requirements for Call for Applications of Researchers Qualification
- Applicants should have a Doctoral Degree (PhD), with a relevant focus on human rights law or related fields.
- Solid human rights knowledge, including on regional rights systems in Africa.
- Experience from conducting applied research/research with the aim of supporting institutional implementation of human rights.
- Understanding of the role of local governments within the human rights system.
How to Apply
Complete applications in English, including motivational letter (max 2 pages), a preliminary project description regarding the city case study in accordance with criteria specified below (max 2 pages), and a detailed biography including relevant publications, should be submitted by Sunday 27 February 2022.
Applicants must be nationals of the country in which the chosen city for study is located.
Questions can be directed to: [email protected]
For more details, vsit Raoul Wallenberg Institute website.