In its research and teaching, VVI uses a socio-legal approach. The institute carries out research projects in Asia (notably Indonesia), Africa and increasingly in the Middle East and the Muslim world at large. VVI staff teaches several thematic and regional courses to Dutch and foreign students. In addition, VVI provides advisory services and training courses to policy makers and practitioners.
The VVI seeks applicants for the position of:
(Senior) Lecturer in Law, Governance and Development (1.0 fte)
Vacancy number: 13-230
Doing research in VVI’s academic domain, including field research.
Developing research, and co-supervising PhD-research.
Teaching and developing courses in VVI’s academic domain, for the
bachelors programs of the Leiden Law School and Leiden University
- Acquisition and management of research and teaching projects.
Relevant Masters degree in Law, and/or Social Sciences, and/or Humanities.
Ph.D. degree directly relevant to VVI’s academic domain and approach.
In depth knowledge of state, law and society of at least one
developing country in preferably the Middle East-North Africa region, or
Relevant experience in independent research, research development, project management.
Adequate publications record.
Fluency in English; knowledge of Dutch and of the language of the country of study will be considered a strong advantage.
Teaching experience; proven record as good, inspiring teacher.
Team player with strong proven organizational skills, and relevant networks.
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