ICRMS

International Center for Refugees and Migration Studies

Inviting Evaluators for Research Award 2024

Since its inception in 2017 with the backing of UNHCR, the International Center for Refugees and Migration Studies (ICRMS) at BUITEMS has been a guiding light for displaced communities. Through dynamic research, impactful lectures, and awareness initiatives, we empower Afghan refugees in Pakistan, tackling identity crises, educational barriers, and social stigmas. Aligned with UNHCR principles, our mission fosters interdisciplinary research on human mobility, from grassroots to global scales. Our vision? A world where refugee rights are championed, shaping policy and discourse on migration. Join us in shaping a brighter future for all.

Evaluators Required

ICRMS has announced its annual research awards for 2024: the Emerging Scholars Research Award (ESRA) and the Frontier Scholars Research Award (FSRA), inviting both young scholars and seasoned researchers to contribute to our vision of upholding the rights and dignity of every individual, irrespective of their migration status, through primary research and policy recommendations. We seek proficient evaluators to participate in the selection process for both awards and provide oversight for selected research. This oversight includes providing feedback on proposals, participating in defense sessions, holding consulting meetings with researchers, and ensuring the integration of evaluator suggestions.

ICRMS extends a cordial invitation to experts across diverse fields pertinent to migration, refugees, and displacement to apply for evaluator roles. We are particularly interested in individuals who possess profound expertise in the following thematic domains of refugee and migration studies:

  1. Education:

   – Strategies for Inclusive Learning Environments.

   – Evaluating Higher Education Interventions.

   – Pakistani Curriculum Influence on Refugee Students.

   – Overcoming Gender Disparity.

 

  1. Livelihood & Market Inclusivity:

   – Small Business Ideas for Financial Inclusivity.

   – E-commerce and Entrepreneurial Opportunities.

   – Role of Corporate Sector in Job Creation.

 

  1. Protection:

   – Social Cohesion between Refugees and Hosts.

   – Gender, Vulnerability, and Experience.

   – Impact of Repatriation Plans.

 

  1. WASH:

   – Water Conditions and Solutions.

   – Climate Change Implications and Solutions.

   – Waste Management Strategies.

 

  1. Healthcare:

   – Psychological Issues and Support.

   – Nutrition Challenges for Children.

   – Healthy Housing Standards.

   – Mobile Healthcare Facilitation Challenges.

 

  1. Social Welfare:

   – Identity Crisis Management.

   – Relief and Assistance Programs.

 

  1. Climate:

   – Displacement due to Climate Change.

  1. Experience: A minimum of five years of experience in academia with a strong background in mentioned areas.
  2. Education: PhD.
  3. Publications: Demonstrated publication record with at least five publications, including at least one in each of the following Journal categories recognized by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan: W, X, and Y.
  4. Availability: Willingness to commit to the evaluation responsibilities within the designated timeline.
  5. Language Skills: Proficiency in English is required.

Evaluators will be compensated on a per-proposal evaluated and per-research-paper-oversight basis.

25th February 2024

ESSANTIAL DOCUMENTS

Call for Evaluators 2024 Guide

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