I am writing to let you know that applications are invited for Visiting
Fellowships at the new Refugee Law Initiative, hosted by the Human
Rights Consortium at the School of Advanced Study, University of London.
Fellows are usually junior or senior researchers, though applications
from those with relevant experience in refugee law and protection will
be considered. Doctoral students are not normally eligible to apply for
Visiting Fellowships are granted for a period ranging from one to three
months. Fellows are expected to help develop the activities of the
Refugee Law Initiative by pursuing their own research in one of the
relevant research areas related to the Refugee Law Initiative or
contributing to a publication. Office space, access to computing and
printing facilities and a library card are provided.
The application deadlines are 30 September 2011 and 30 March 2012 for
visits in the first and second halves of the academic year 2011-12.
For further details visit the following website:
Prospective applicants are encouraged to contact Dr Par Engstrom
([log in to unmask]) for all applications within wide Human Rights
areas of interests, or Dr David Cantor ([log in to unmask]) for any
applications related to the work of the Refuge Law Initiative.
With thanks and best wishes,
Refugee Law Initiative
Human Rights Consortium|School of Advanced Study|University of London
Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU, UK
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+44 (0)207 862 8570
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