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[liberationtech] RESEARCHER POSITIONS: IHRB and Shift looking for ICT sector researchers for EC Project

Rebecca MacKinnon rebecca.mackinnon at gmail.com
Thu Mar 1 01:58:51 PST 2012


Dear friends, 

Please feel free to forward the information, below and attached, about two positions to conduct research for the European Union on human rights and business principles for the ICT sector. Note that the application deadline is in a few days. 

Cheers,
Rebecca

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> The Institute of Human Rights and Business are working with Shift to develop guidance for the ICT sector on the UN Guiding Principles for the European Commission.  They are currently advertising for 2 people to support them on this - the details are below.
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> Further information about the EU sector guidance project and position is available on the following website:  http://ihrb.org/recruitment.html
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> 1. ICT Researcher, part-time (March-­‐July with the bulk of the work falling in March-May, approximately 25 days), reporting to Shift in NY
> - covering human rights in ICT supply chains
> - APPLICATION DUE DATE: 5 March 2012
> 
> 2. ICT Researcher, full-time, reporting to the Institute for Human Rights and Business in Brussels 
> - covering human rights in the ICT sector (except for supply chain issues)
> - APPLICATION DUE DATE:   5 March 2012, with interviews in London on 8 March
> 
> 
> 
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