07 May 2013

Human Rights Centre, Ghent University, Belgium
Doctoral Researcher

Job description
The Human Rights Centre of Ghent University is currently accepting applications for a doctoral researcher. This is a 4-year position starting on 1 October 2013. The researcher will be working under the supervision of prof. Eva Brems. She/he will be conducting research on 'regulating divergence within the multilayered human rights sytem: identifying the tools'. This research is situated within an Interuniversity Attraction Pole (IAP) project on 'The Global Challenge of Human Rights Integration: Toward a Users' Perspective'. More information on the project can be obtained from prof. Brems (eva.brems@ugent.be).
Job profile
Prof. Brems is looking for a person who is fluent in written and spoken English.
The ideal candidate has obtained her/his law degree with very good to excellent results, and has obtained an additional degree or expertise in a relevant field. The candidate should be capable of independent work as well as team work, be creative, flexible and motivated.

The candidate should qualify for a position as 'doctoral fellow', as the project does not allow any other type of contract.

How to apply
Candidates are invited to send their cv and letter of motivation, as well as the names and contact details of two referees and a sample of their written work (preferably in English), to prof. Brems at eva.brems@ugent.be.

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