Vacancy: 3 PhD positions at Utrecht University

11 May 2017

Utrecht University in the Netherlands has 3 PhD positions on 'Cities of Refuge'. What is the relevance of international human rights as law, discourse and praxis, to how local authorities welcome and integrate refugees? This is the central question in a four-year project funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research and lead by prof. B. Oomen. The PhDs will be working on Italy/Greece, Switzerland/Turkey and Germany/the Netherlands respectively. They will be based in Middelburg, the Netherlands, but conduct extensive fieldwork in the countries concerned.

The full vacancy description can be found here.

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