1/ Fixed-term post from March 1 2024 to December 31 2025. This is a 22-month post if the candidate starts on march 1 but in any case, the contract ends by the end of December 2025. The start date can be after March 1.
Excellent command of English is required. Excellent command of French, and/or German, and/or Italian, and/or Polish is more than welcome but not essential for this post.
2/8-month post for working on the Italian case. An excellent command of Italian is required (in addition of command of English). The start date is expected to be in March or soon after.
3/ 8-month post for working on the Polish case. An excellent command of Polish is required (in addition of command of English). The start date is expected to be in March or soon after
For the 3 posts: the place of work is hybrid. This means the job holders can work on campus and/or from home.
For any question or further information, the prospective candidates are more than welcome to get in touch with Professor Dr. Engeli at I.Engeli@exeter.ac.uk>
The Department of Political Science at the University of Salzburg ranks among the hundred best in the world and is currently hosting two multinational research projects funded by the European Commission’s Research and Innovation Program for protecting and nurturing democracies. The Professorship in Politics and Gender, Diversity and Equality is pleased to offer the following Erasmus traineeship opportunities (either as two part-time or one full-time position).
We are looking for interns who have:
Horizon Europe Push*Back*Lash:
Horizon Europe ActEU:
Each traineeship must be fundable within the Erasmus programme framework. The successful
applicant will not receive additional payment from the University of Salzburg for this role. The
traineeship contract must comply with both the Erasmus guidelines and the requirements of the
sending (home) institution.
The trainee must have obtained the level of C1 (based on the CEFR framework) in both written and
spoken English. German and additional languages are advantageous, as these enable a more
personable exchange with international partners.
The traineeship is expected to start on October 15, 2023 – or on a mutually agreed date. It should last
for at least one semester. There is an opportunity for an extension for another semester, for a total of
12 months. The internship can be either a full-time or a part-time position with 20 or 40 working hours
per week – for the duration specified.
All Erasmus trainees need to register at the University of Salzburg to receive student status valid for
the traineeship period. As a member of the Austrian Student Union, trainees are automatically entitled
to liability and accident insurance during their time in Salzburg. In addition, enrolment allows trainees
to attend courses of their choice along with other Erasmus students.
If the trainee is interested in starting the internship in October 2023, a valid enrolment is required for
the summer semester 2023. As of 1 of October, the registration and funding within the framework of
the Erasmus programme is also a precondition.
Please send your application, including a cover letter (max. 2 pages) CV and specification if you are
applying for a full or part-time internship via email by September 1, 2023, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online or in-person interviews will take place mid-September.
For further enquiries, please contact the
GDE – Team: email@example.com
G5+, the first European feminist think tank seeks to hire national researchers to support its work in the context of the EU-Horizon project Push*Back*Lash.
This is a time-limited (one year/10 working days) assignment for researchers to study and conduct interviews with a view to producing country reports in English on strategies and good practices to counter anti-gender and anti-feminist discourses.
We are looking for persons who have a solid knowledge of their national gender equality policies as well as the general European gender equality framework. The researchers should have proven experience in research methodologies and analysing gender policies. They must have an excellent command of written English.
Responsibilities and Duties
The researchers will deliver the following tasks and should provide the following services for Gender5Plus:
Type of Contract and Duration:
Consultancy contract from the 1st of October 2023 to the 30th of August 2024. Estimated working days: 10 days
Countries: AT DE ES FR IT HU NL PL SE UK
Applicants are expected to apply for one specific country. In case the applicant feels that she/he/they can cover more than one country, please indicate that clearly on your application.
Daily rate: 250,00 € (all taxes included)
Total remuneration: 2500,00 € (all taxes included)
How to Apply
If you are interested, please send a letter of motivation of no more than one page outlining your motivation and your experience relevant to the role. Name your file as ’Last name_ PBL_country’ together with an up-to-date CV, preferably in EUROPASS format and no longer than 2 pages by 30th of July to Barbara Helfferich, Senior Project Coordinator, G5+, Email: Barbara.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gender Five Plus is an equal opportunities employer. As such, we strongly encourage applicants from underrepresented and marginalised groups, sexualities or nationalities to apply. Please be aware that to be selected for this position, you must be registered as an independent consultant in one of the Member States of the European Union.
We are currently looking for cartoonists to illustrate a series of eight cartoons about gender equality and LGBT+ equality.
This call is part of a research project funded by the EU about democratic resilience against attacks towards gender and sexuality equality across Europe.
We are looking for cartoonists who would like to collaborate with social scientists in co-creating cartoons that relay key findings of the research project Push*Back*Lash.
The Push*Back*Lash project is a transdisciplinary project that takes intersectionality to heart and advances the theory and practice of feminism(s) through rigorous, comparative multimethod research in support of the quality of democratic governance in more inclusive European societies. It explores political actors, their agendas, and strategies to promote anti-gender equality in the European Union, using a large methodological palette – surveys, experiments, interviews, focus groups, and participatory theater. Push*Back*Lash is also distinctively solution-oriented.
The project designs and empirically tests counter strategies to overcome the pushback against gender equality and democracy in Europe and seeks to equip pro-equality actors with practical toolkits for responding to anti-gender equality and anti-feminist discursive strategies and backlash tactics. To this end, the project brings together civil society activists, EU experts, and researchers from the fields of political science, sociology, anthropology, communication and media, philosophy, and social psychology from 11 universities and organizations in Europe.
We offer competitive rates for cartoons.
If you are interested in co-creating cartoons with us within the framework of this project, please submit your expression of interest to email@example.com by 11:59 pm July 15, 2023.
We will get in touch with you for further information.
The new Horizon Europe project Push*Back*Lash that studies the relationship between democracy and the advocacy of/opposition to gender equality was launched on January 30, 2023 in Salzburg, Austria.
On the opening night, the welcome address by Zoe Lefkofridi and Rachel Weston-Eschenbacher’s (UN Women) keynote was followed by a roundtable (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4) about “Challenges to gender equality in the public sphere: politics, labor market, and education” with Andrea Klambauer (Land Salzburg), Anna Schiester (Stadt Salzburg), Sabine Veits-Falk (Stadtarchiv), Martin Weiss (Salzburg Global Seminar). Dzeneta Karabegovic (PLUS) served as a moderator.
During the next two days, consortium members discussed the first phases of project implementation.
You can find a full meeting report here.
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