The Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology and the Center for Policy Studies at Central European University is pleased to announce a Special Doctoral Position focusing on the study of integration and international migration. The CEU doctoral project in the framework of the larger INTEGRIM Marie Curie Network will be situated in the thematic area of Labour and Social Integration.
The Network is interested in the principles of non-discrimination on the basis of nationality or ethnic origin, which underpin systems of social provision across the EU, where systematic patterns of inequality persist. The focus here is on the patterns of access to core social services for migrants and ethnic minorities, with a particular concentration on employment.
The doctoral project is part of the ‘INTEGRIM’ Marie Curie Initial Training Network funded by the European Union (www.integrim.eu). The fellowship is funded for 3 years.
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