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JOB VACANCY: Project Assistant (MAGYC)

We are hiring a Project Assistant (MAGYC project) - Application Deadline January 31st The Hugo Observatory is seeking an outstanding candidate for the position of Project Assistant in the framework of the MAGYC project. MAGYC stands for ‘Migration Governance and Asylum Crises’ and is a collaborative project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation. It associates twelve academic and civil society partners, inside and outside of Europe, under the general coordination of The Hugo Observatory. The project seeks to seeks to assess how migration governance has been influenced by the recent ‘refugee crisis’, and how [...]

January 5th, 2019|Announcement, MAGYC|Comments Off on JOB VACANCY: Project Assistant (MAGYC)

JOB VACANCY: Post-Doc Researcher in International Relations (MAGYC)

We are hiring a Post-doctoral Researcher in International Relations (MAGYC project) - Application Deadline Jan. 25th The Hugo Observatory, the Sciences Po Center for International Studies (CERI) and GIGA German Institute for Global and Area Studies are seeking an outstanding candidate for the position of Post-doctoral Researcherin International Relations in the framework of the MAGYC project. MAGYC stands for ‘Migration Governance and Asylum Crises’ and is a collaborative project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation. It associates twelve academic and civil society partners, inside and outside of Europe, under the general coordination of The [...]

December 20th, 2018|Announcement, MAGYC|Comments Off on JOB VACANCY: Post-Doc Researcher in International Relations (MAGYC)

Our first MAGYC newsletter is out!

Our first MAGYC newsletter is out! Find out more about the project, our consortium and last month's kick-off meeting and event You can also subscribe to our newsletter receive our next updates straight into your mailbox!  

December 18th, 2018|Announcement, MAGYC|Comments Off on Our first MAGYC newsletter is out!

We are hiring! (again)

Post-doc position for the MAGYC project The Hugo Observatory is seeking an outstanding candidate for the position of Post-doctoral Researcher in the framework of the MAGYC project. MAGYC stands for ‘Migration Governance and Asylum Crises’ and is a collaborative project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation. It associates thirteen academic and civil society partners, inside and outside of Europe, under the general coordination of The Hugo Observatory. The project seeks to seeks to assess how migration governance has been influenced by the recent ‘refugee crisis’, and how crises at large shape policy responses on [...]

October 26th, 2018|Announcement, MAGYC|Comments Off on We are hiring! (again)

Announcing the launch of our new project “MAGYC”

Version française ci-dessous MAGYC : An Important ‘Horizon 2020’ Project on European Migration Policies The Hugo Observatory at the University of Liège (Belgium) has just secured funding from the European Commission for an important research project on European migration policies in the aftermath of the ‘refugee crisis’. The MAGYC project – Migration Governance and Asylum Crises – will explore how European migration policies are influenced by political crises triggered by migration. At a time when such policies are heavily contested across European member-states, and when asylum seems more threatened than ever, this project is critically important to improve our understanding of [...]

July 17th, 2018|MAGYC, Project|Comments Off on Announcing the launch of our new project “MAGYC”

Our first MIGRADAPT project newsletter is out!

The MIGRADAPT consortium is glad to announce that the first edition of the MIGRADAPT project newsletter is out! Download Newsletter: in English / en Français MIGRADAPT is a BELSPO-funded project which looks at the role of the environment as a driver of migration to Belgium and seeks to understand how migrants from three selected countries (Senegal, Morocco and the Democratic Republic of Congo) can support the adaptation and resilience of their communities of origin.This first edition focuses specifically on the field work that was recently conducted in Senegal by Samuel Lietaer, researcher and PhD candidate at the Université Libre de [...]

April 24th, 2018|Announcement, MIGRADAPT|Comments Off on Our first MIGRADAPT project newsletter is out!

We are hiring!

The Hugo Observatory is seeking an outstanding candidate for a position of Research Assistant to assist with the development and management of the MIGRADAPT project. MIGRADAPT stands for ‘La migration au service de l'adaptation aux changements environnementaux. Analyse en Belgique’ and is a collaborative project funded by the Belgian Federal Scientific Policy (BELSPO). It associates the University of Liège (coordinator), the Free University of Brussels (ULB), the University of Antwerp and Royal Museum of Central Africa (MRAC). The project seeks to document the role played by migration for the adaptation to climate impacts and environmental degradation in the migrants’ communities of [...]

January 22nd, 2018|Announcement, MIGRADAPT|Comments Off on We are hiring!