Call for experts: Measuring Irregular Migration (MIrreM), Department of Migration and Globalization, Danube University Krems, Austria. Deadline: 16 April 2023.
The University for Continuing Education Krems (Danube University Krems) is looking for expressions of interests from qualified experts interested to contribute to research conducted under the EU funded research project “Measuring irregular migration and related policies” (MIrreM). The project’s research covers 20 countries, including 12 EU countries and the United Kingdom, the US and Canada covered by project partners and five non-EU countries to be covered by experts recruited through this call.
Specifically, they are looking for up to five experts mapping policies and estimates/statistical data on irregular migration for a) two Western Balkan Country (two of the following countries shall be covered: Albania, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo2 or Bosnia-Herzegovina), two North African countries (two of the following countries shall be covered: Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria or Morocco) and Türkiye. Experts may express an interest for one or more countries mentioned above, provided they can prove country expertise, expertise on (irregular) migration and related policies and ability to analyse statistical data and estimates on the subject. There are 3 deliverables due in August and September, at which point the experts will be paid.
Research Fellowship leading to PHD Studentship, Department of Migration and Globalization, Danube University Krems, Austria. Deadline: 6 September 2021.
The Department of Migration and Globalization at Danube University Krems is inviting a highly motivated and committed short-term research fellow from 1 October 2021, or soon thereafter, until 31 January 2022 for preparing a sound PhD research proposal in the area of migration and integration research. The successful candidate is supported in acquiring funding for a PhD in Migration Studies. If the PhD funding application is successful, candidates will receive a fixed term employment contract for three years to complete a PhD in Migration Studies, enrolling into the PhD programme in Migration Studies at the Danube University Krems latest by autumn 2022.
3 PHD Studentships in Migration-related topics, Faculty of Business and Globalization, Department for Migration and Globalization and Department for E-Governance, Danube University Krems, Germany. Deadline: 26 June 2020.
- PhD Studentship in Global Governance of Forced Migration
- PhD Studentship in International Migration and Mobility
- PhD Studentship in Migration Modelling
These studentships are part of the interdisciplinary research project “Smart Migration and Asylum Governance (SMAG)”, which aims to contribute to a better understanding of the governance of asylum and migration. This involves research aimed at a better understanding of the effects of migration and asylum policies on cross-border mobilities and mobility choices as well as research focusing on the dynamics of international cooperation in the context of forced displacement. SMAG research evaluates asylum and migration policy options in connection to other societal and political goals.