Doctoral Student - De/Radicalisation policies in Belgium
For the Interculturalism, Migration and Minorities Research Centre we are looking for a doctoral researcher on the Belgian deradicalisation policies for the duration of four years. The Interulcutralism, MIgration and MInorities Research Center (IMMRC) is an internationally oriented research that seeks to examine the phenomenon of migration in all its complexity with a particular attention to contemporary forms of mobility, the presence of minorities and migration policies.
The Interculturalism, Migration and Minorities Research Center (IMMRC) at the KULeuven seeks to appoint a 4 year doctoral researcher for a research project on the Belgian de-radicalisation policies. This research project will be conducted in the framework of the BELSPO funded project FAR (Folk, Authorities and Radicalism) which runs from 2017-2021 and is a consortium of the KU Leuven, ULB and INCC. The KU Leuven section of the project consists of an anthropologically oriented examination of the Belgian de-radicalisationproject, with a particular attention to their local implementation by civil servants, social workers and teachers.
The researcher is expected to work in conjunction with the other researchers affiliated to the consortium and to conduct anthropologically oriented fieldwork, focus groups and a cartography of the existing initiatives at a Belgian level. On the basis of her/his research, the successful candidate is expected to complete a PhD research, participate in a number of (inter)national conferences and publish in academic peer reviewed journals.
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