The Labor Perspective to Human Trafficking (LPHT), a research project funded by a European Research Council Grant (ERC Stg) and directed by Dr. Hila Shamir at the Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University invites candidates from a variety of disciplines to submit their applications to become a part of the project for 2018/2019 academic year.
The LPHT, a five-year research project, studies the causes of human trafficking and its regulation, in order to develop a labor approach to human trafficking. The project explores the underlying structures that sustain the market for human trafficking and considers methods and possibilities to restructure them. The project expands the existing anti-trafficking tool kit – made up of mostly criminal law, migration restrictions, and human rights-based mechanisms – to include effective regulatory and market-based responses to severe labor market exploitation.
They call for doctoral students, post-doctoral researchers, and faculty-level scholars, who are interested in exploring the many facets of a labor perspective to human trafficking, to join in this endeavor.
Worth of Award
- Fellowship rates range from $750 – $1,500 per month, depending on alternate source of funding.
- Fellowship duration: between 3 – 6 months.
- Fellows can be at different stages of their academic career, including doctoral students, post doctoral students, and faculty at other universities.
- Candidates from a variety of disciplines to submit their applications to become a part of the project.
- They call for doctoral students, post-doctoral researchers, and faculty-level scholars, who are interested in exploring the many facets of a labor perspective to human trafficking
- The TAU Law Phd program accepts graduate students from around the world
- All applications should be submitted to projects’ PI Dr. Hila Shamir at [email protected] and to the projects’ administrative director Dr. Ayelet Peer at [email protected] ; and include the following documents:
- Cover letter describing your interest in the project and stating the nature and duration of position you seek with them.
- Detailed CV (including list of publications)
- A preliminary research proposal (in English; can range from several paragraphs to a more developed proposal) for a research project you hope to purse in the context of the LPHT fellowship.
Deadline: applications close 15 April 2018