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15 Fellowships for Early Stage Researchers 2019, Disability Advocacy Research in Europe


Deadline:

March 14, 2019


Opportunity Cover Image - 15 Fellowships for Early Stage Researchers 2019, Disability Advocacy Research in Europe

Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) are invited to apply for the following research projects hosted by the respective institutions: 

Applications are now invited for Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) in a new Marie Curie Network focused on the rights of persons with disabilities. The DARE network (Disability Advocacy Research in Europe) will recruit fifteen ESRs working on different topics related to disability rights, to be based in eight universities and non-governmental organisations across Europe, each working towards completion of a PhD. This is an exciting, interdisciplinary research network, where ESRs will receive training in law, disability studies, public and social policy and related disciplines, as well as opportunities to put their skills into practice through secondment opportunities at a wide range of partner organisations. The goal of this network is to provide opportunities for the next generation of disability rights researchers - who will support the further development, implementation and monitoring of the human rights set out in the United Nations  Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Information on each of the 15 different research positions, the hosting organisations and awarding institutions for the PhD, is available below.

To Apply

Please download the Central DARE application form and the DARE Academic Reference form

** Applications close at 23:59 GMT on 14 March 2019 **

ESR 1

Project title:Voices of Children and Youth with Disabilities 

Organisation: University of Leeds (UNIVLEEDS), UK

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Mark Priestley

Email address: m.a.priestley@leeds.ac.uk

ESR 2

Project title: Voices of Women with Disabilities in the context of Gender-Based Violence

Organisation: Haskoli Islands (UoI), Iceland

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Rannveig Traustadóttir

Email address: rannvt@hi.is

ESR 3

Project title: Disability, Old Age and the Life Course: Voices of Experience

Organisation: National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway)

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Eilionóir Flynn

Email address: eilionoir.flynn@nuigalway.ie

 ESR 4

Project title: Voices in Reproductive Rights: Gender and Disability

Organisation: Haskoli Islands (UoI), Iceland

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Rannveig Traustadóttir

Email address: rannvt@hi.is

ESR 5

Project title: Voice, Disability and ‘End of Life’ Decision-Making

Organisation: Paraplegiker-Forschung AG (SPF), Switerzand

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Jerome Bickenbach

Email address: jerome.bickenbach@paraplegie.ch

ESR 6

Project title: Voices in Research: Participatory and Emancipatory Methods

Organisation: Instituto Superior de Ciencias Sociais e Politicas (ISCSP-ULisboa), Portugal

Primary Supervisor: Dr. Paula Campos Pinto

Email address: ppinto@iscsp.ulisboa.ptv

ESR 7

Project title: The Voice of Service Users: Re-Shaping Disability Services

Organisation: European Association of Service Providers for persons with Disabilities (EASPD), Belgium

Primary Supervisor: Luk Zelderloo

Email address: luk.zelderloo@easpd.eu

ESR 8

Project title: Legal Voices: How the Courts Frame Disability

Organisation: Universiteit Maastricht (UM), The Netherlands

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Lisa Waddington

Email address: lisa.waddington@maastrichtuniversity.nl

ESR 9

Project title: Voice and Access to Justice for Persons with Disabilities

Organisation: University of Leeds (UNIVLEEDS), UK

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Mark Priestley

Email address: m.a.priestley@leeds.ac.uk

ESR 10

Project title: Disability Voices in EU Development Aid & External Action Programmes

Organisation: Instituto Superior de Ciencias Sociais e Politicas (ISCSP-ULisboa), Portugal

Primary Supervisor: Dr. Paula Campos Pinto

Email address: ppinto@iscsp.ulisboa.ptv

ESR 11

Project title: Collective Political Voice: Persons with Disabilities in the Political Process

Organisation: Universiteit Maastricht (UM), The Netherlands

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Lisa Waddington

Email address: lisa.waddington@maastrichtuniversity.nl

ESR 12

Project title: The Emergence of Collective Voices: A History of European Disability Movements

Organisation: University of Leeds (UNIVLEEDS), UK

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Mark Priestley

Email address: m.a.priestley@leeds.ac.uk

ESR 13

Project title: Combining Voices: Coalition-building and Alliances with other Social Action Move

Organisation: European Disability Forum Aisbl (EDF), Belgium

Primary Supervisor: Catherine Naughton

Email address: catherine.naughton@edf-feph.org

ESR 14

Project title: Amplifying Disability Voices: The Role of National Human Rights Institutions

Organisation: National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway)

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Eilionóir Flynn

Email address: eilionoir.flynn@nuigalway.ie

ESR 15

Project title: Collective Voice in the Global Arena: Interactions with the United Nations

Organisation: Universiteit Maastricht (UM), The Netherlands

Primary Supervisor: Prof. Fons Coomans

Email address: fons.coomans@maastrichtuniversity.nl

For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.


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Publish Date
February 25, 2019




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