The Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa, Italy is offering grants for the Ph.D. Programme in “Politics, Human Rights and Sustainability”, a three-year residential programme characterized by an interdisciplinary approach to the subject and by the emphasis placed on current problems defining the protection and promotion of human rights.); it consists of the following curricula (Research Areas):
- Identity, rights and conflicts in the political theory;
- Conflict and political systems in international relations;
- International and European political economy;
- Institutions and mechanisms for protecting Human rights: outlines of International Law;
- Rights and social capital in the regional development policies;
- Agrarian Law, Environmental Law and Sustainable Development of the land.
- Applicants must hold a Master of Science (M.Sc.) or a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree or equivalent title; Current undergraduate students, who will obtain M.Sc. degree before December 22, 2011, may also apply.
- Applicants should not be older than 35 years on October 25, 2011; older than 35 may be exceptionally admitted by the Examination Committee.
Positions and grants
- 4 positions with 4 fellowships (amounting to € 14.500 per year + free meals at school’s canteen + Campus facilities);
- The School reserves the possibility of accepting up to a maximum of 2 further students without grant or other forms of financial support.
Last date for submitting the applications is October 25, 2011
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