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Call for researchers from EU countries and Croatia for a joint bid in response to a call of the European institute for Gender Equality

By Eu-CoE youth partnership

youth-partnership@partnership-eu.coe.int

Teaser :
In response to a call of the European Institute for Gender Equality, the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations is developing a tender. We are looking for Researchers from all countries in the EU and Croatia to apply with us.

News :

The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations   is developing a tender to a call of the European Institute for Gender Equality.
We are looking for National Researchers from all countries in the EU and Croatia to apply with us.

We will accept documents until the 11th of June 2012 and will give feedback to the applicants by the 18th of June 2012.

Please see more information, instructions and requirements below:

To join the tender
Please, send us a CV in English, in Europass format , a free style cover letter summarising your strategy to access the required administrative sources and an estimated lump sum that you suggest for the work package.

Requirements
The National Researchers should meet at least the following requirements:
• A university degree, preferably in Statistics, Information Sciences, Social Sciences or
Laws.
• A minimum of three (3) years of proven professional research experience in social
sciences in the country of responsibility, preferably with links to the issues of genderbased
violence.
• Experience in working with administrative and statistical data.
• A good command of English.

Work packages
The tasks of the National Researcher will include (please refer also to the tender
specifications on the description of the timeline and the deliverables):
•Attend one day training at EIGE in Vilnius
•Map status of research, legislative and policy framework on administrative data
on gender-based violence in their respective country
•Add national information into a designed by the TIHR team database
•Carry out interviews with national actors, transcribe interviews, produce
interviews report Assess administrative data according to methodological
guidelines to be provided by the TIHR team at the training
•Complete database on statistical sources in their respective country
•Produce national report (in English) - 10 pages
•Complete database of criminal statistical data on sexual violence in their
respective country

The National Researchers will be led by two Senior Researchers from the TIHR and partners and will be supported by a Database Manager and a Copy Editor.

Contact:
For further information and submission of documents
Dr. Milena Stateva at m.stateva@tavinstitute.org

  


Related documents :
TIHR-call-for-national-researchers.pdf



Date : 01.06.2012
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