Dear friends and colleagues,
I am writing to bring to your attention a job vacancy as Project Coordinator in the Law of Asylum research project.
The Centre for Applied Human Rights at the University of York wishes to appoint a part-time (18.5 hours per week; 0.5 FTE) project coordinator for its ESRC Global Challenges funded research project “The law of asylum in the Middle East and Asia: Developing legal engagement at the frontiers of the international refugee regime.” The project is a two year international collaboration examining refugee legal aid in the Middle East and Asia. The project coordinator will be responsible for the coordination of the project, including its financial management; organising and participating in international meetings; and, supporting local refugee legal aid providers in their documentation and analysis of their practice. The successful candidate will have a background in human rights and/or refugee issues and a commitment to improving the protection of refugees.
More information on the vacancy can be found here:
Applications for project coordinator close this coming Friday (February 10th).
I am happy to be contacted by anyone with any questions about the position (or the research project).
Please also feel free to forward this email to others that you think might be interested in this position.
Senior Lecturer in International Human Rights Law
Centre for Applied Human Rights
University of York, York, UK. YO10 5GD
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