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The Centre de Conférences Internationales de Cluny - Collège Européen de Clunyare pleased to announce you the opening call for applications for the 3rd summer workshop of the college of Cluny which succeeds at 15 years of  the Young European Citizen’s Convention.
Real area of democratic exchange, summer workshop of the college of Cluny  suggests to students and young professionals from all over Europe, the opportunity discussing their future, exchanging with other European young people and realizing a common project through an approach established  on respect and  listening.   
The participants are from different country (more than 20 nationalities represented every year) and have a wide variety of academic experiences:  economists, linguists, sociologists, scientists, jurists, journalists, medical, international relations Engineers, etc.. This interdisciplinarity allows us to enrich the discussions and to bring new perspectives on our activities.   
In Cluny from 4 to 13 July 2019, the participants will exchange around  the topic " Talking Europe in the Digital Age: cultural, economic and citizen challenges" And will share their observations and visions on the subject and will then elaborate their propositions on the topic.
Please find an attached document for call for applications  in French and in English. You will find all those informations on http://collegecluny.eu/en/appel-a-candidatures/


This summer the department of Labour Law at Leiden University will start a new tradition of an annual summer school addressing current issues in labour law from an international, transnational and European point of view. With a mixture of lectures, seminars and a field trip, topics will be explored and discussed in deep. During the first edition of the summer school topics as the fragmentation of the employer, the increase of employee-like workers and corporate social responsibility will be discussed under the theme: Labour Law in Flux. The summer school will be taught by the staff members of the department of labour law, who are also involved with the teaching in the advanced master Global and European Labour Law.  The summer school will take place from 15 – 19 July 2019 in Leiden and The Hague.
The deadline to register is 1 June 2019. See for more information about the programme, the costs and how to apply at the webpage of Leiden Summer Schools. Questions can be addressed to Beryl ter Haar (b.p.ter.haar@law.leidenuniv.nl).


The Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology is one of the leading centres for research in social anthropology. Common to all research projects at the Max Planck Institute is the comparative analysis of social change; it is primarily in this domain that its researchers contribute to anthropological theory, though many programmes also have applied significance and political topicality. The Law & Anthropology Department invites applications for Dissertation writing-up fellowships.

One of the aims of the Law & Anthropology Department is to offer a stimulating interdisciplinary forum where both anthropologists and lawyers can engage with one another and conduct cutting-edge, policy-relevant research linked to the intensification of exchanges and encounters among and between societies, communities and cultures in today’s world. This calls for an in-depth assessment of the ways in which different normative orders and systems of morality coexist at various levels of decision-making.

The Law & Anthropology Department offers writing-up fellowships to enable doctoral candidates in the final stage of their programme to spend up to 6 months at the Institute to take advantage of its resources while finalizing their dissertations. The topic must be of immediate relevance to the Department’s research programme (see: http://www.eth.mpg.de/2951631/department_foblets). The fellow must be prepared to participate in the activities of the Department during the fellowship period, and is expected to submit a working paper that addresses the topic of his or her research. A presentation of the doctoral research will be included in the Department’s seminar series.

A clear understanding must be reached in advance between the Director of the Department and the candidate’s principal supervisor regarding how the candidate can take fullest advantage of this period and how the home university and the Max Planck Institute can collaborate in the best interests of the candidate and of both institutions.

The writing-up fellowships can begin either in September 2019 or January 2020. The grants will be awarded for a period of 3 - 6 months. The Institute provides successful candidates with a monthly living stipend that is not taxable and is free of social security obligations. The Max Planck Society is committed to an equal opportunity policy.
Application procedure
Applicants are asked to submit the following materials:
cover letter;
curriculum vitae;
writing sample (chapter of the PhD dissertation);
1-2 page summary of the PhD work;
photocopies of university degrees and transcripts;
a letter of recommendation from the principal supervisor confirming that the applicant is in a position to complete the doctoral manuscript within the 3- to 6-month period (to be sent directly to the Department at marencakova@eth.mpg.de).
Please submit your application materials electronically by 30 April 2019 by following the link for vacancies on our homepage (under ‘Career’), or by going directly to the online application form using the link below.

If you have further questions regarding the application procedure, please contact:
Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
Personnel Administration
Janka Diallo (jdiallo@eth.mpg.de)
We look forward to receiving your completed online application under
https://recruitingapp-5034.de.umantis.com/Vacancies/364/Application/New/2%3Flang=eng
Further information on the research agenda of the Max Planck Institute is available
on our website: http://www.eth.mpg.de


ADAPT is looking for international students and fresh graduates in law, foreign languages, economics, and sociology to undertake internships or research periods lasting 3 to 12 months in Bergamo, Modena and Rome (Italy). Those interested in pursuing industrial and practice-based PhDs will also be considered.
Knowledge of labour law and industrial relations and proficiency in English and/or Spanish are key requirements. Selected candidates will be involved in varied ADAPT international projects and they will be offered a reimbursement of expenses.
Please find further information here.


Die Universität Kassel und die Hochschule Fulda bieten seit einigen Jahren einen innovativen sozialrechtlichen Masterstudiengang an (Master Sozialrecht und Sozialwirtschaft). Er richtet sich an interessierte Studierende mit rechtlichen Vorkenntnissen.Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier.


Überregionale arbeitsrechtliche Kanzlei in Düsseldorf sucht Rechtsanwältinnen und Rechtsanwälte sowie Referendarinnen und Referendare. Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier.


Referendarstation im Deutschen Institut für Menschenrechte

Sie können eine Station Ihres juristischen Vorbereitungsdienstes beim Deutschen Institut für Menschenrechte e.V. in Berlin absolvieren. Das Deutsche Institut für Menschenrechte ist die unabhängige Nationale Menschenrechtsinstitution Deutschlands. Es wurde auf Beschluss des Deutschen Bundestages 2001 eingerichtet und ist gemäß den Pariser Prinzipien der Vereinten Nationen akkreditiert. Das Institut trägt zur innerstaatlichen und internationalen Förderung und zum Schutz der Menschenrechte bei. Seine Aufgaben reichen von anwendungsorientierter Forschung über Beratung von Politik und Zivilgesellschaft, Bereitstellung von Information und Dokumentation hin zu Menschenrechtsbildung


Für Informationen zu Stipendien der Hans-Böckler-Stiftung und der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung können Sie sich gerne jederzeit an Frau Prof. Kocher wenden.