Call for Applications: National Researchers and a Editor for Regional Asia


Regional Asia Programme on Human Rights and Sustainable Development (2017-2021)

The Raoul Wallenberg Institute is looking to procure a handful of national researchers and an editor for the Thematic Study on the right to safe, clean and sustainable environment in ASEAN. 

The programme “Regional Asia Programme on Human Rights and Sustainable Development (2017-2021)”, with collaboration with local partners, became operational in 2017. Its objective is to contribute to a just, inclusive and sustainable development in the region through mutually reinforcing protection of human rights, gender equality and the environment.

Read more about the positions here:

Interested individuals of the Copy Editor position are requested to submit a proposal, including:

  • Letter of interest clearly stating relevant experience and qualifications;
  • Sample of at least two recent pieces of work of published English material that the candidate has authored or copy-edited, preferably on subjects related to the ASEAN study’s thematic focus;
  • Copy of CV, including names of at least two contacts for references on similar work undertaken;
  • Financial proposal that indicates the all-inclusive fixed total contract price, supported by a breakdown of costs and number of working days.

Interested individuals of the National Researcher positions are requested to submit a proposal, including:

  • Letter of interest clearly stating relevant experience and qualifications and the titles of at least two chapters from the aforementioned list (see page 6 – Chapters 2-7) that are most relevant to their areas of expertise and research interests;
  • Sample of at least two recent pieces of work of published English material, preferably on the topics of their preferred chapter/s;
  • Copy of CV, including names of at least two contacts for references on similar work undertaken.

Interested candidate should submit the documents to email: victor.bernard@rwi.lu.se not later than Sunday, 4 August 2019.