The TIES project is a collaborative and comparative research project on the descendants of immigrants from Turkey, Ex-Yugoslavia and Morocco in eight European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland). The ”second generation” refers to those children of immigrants who were actually born in the receiving country, and having followed their entire education there.
TIES partner INED is coordinating an EU funded research training network on the integration of the second generation. In the framework of this project, we are recruiting 12 early stage researchers (ESR/ doctoral students) and 2 experienced researchers (ER/ post-doc) to work within the partners institutes for 3 years. The new ESRs and ERs will play a critical role in the analysis of the data collected by the TIES survey, with both a quantitative and qualitative perspective. Each ESRs and ERs will develop his/her own comparative research project, within the framework of the themes proposed by each of the network partners. In addition, ESRs will be trained in quantitative and qualitative analyses both by their host institute and through network activities. Deadline for application is set to 1st December for Belgium and 15th December for the other institutes. Each application is to be sent to a specific partner within the network.
Participating institutes : INED (Paris, France); IMES (Amsterdam, Netherlands); NIDI (The Hague, Netherlands); OEAW (Vienna, Austria); KUL (Leuven, Belgium); IMIS (Osnabrueck, Germany); IEM (Madrid, Spain); CEIFO (Stockholm, Sweden); FSM (Neuchatel, Switzerland); SCMR (Brighton, UK); IISS (Tallin, Estonia); KHU (Istanbul, Turkey).
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