CFP: Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions, Tel Aviv, Israel

The University of Haifa‘s Minerva Center for the Study of the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions invites proposals for research activities aimed at analyzing the various aspects of legal regulation of emergencies. The deadline is February 20, 2016. Email submissions to: Dr. Michal Ben Gal, Minerva Center Research Administrator Proposals should be up to 5 pages and specify one of the following submission categories:

1. Graduate student (doctoral and master) scholarships. These are available for students enrolled at the University of Haifa. (Applicants not yet enrolled at the University of Haifa but with appropriate topics may send a query to Dr. Ben Gal to see if there is a potential matching of interests with mentors)

2. Post-doctoral fellowships / visiting researchers (short and longer term)

3. Seed money for research proposals – up to $5000

4. Support for on-going research – up to $10,000

5. Workshops, colloquia and conferences – up to $5000

6. Development of empirical databases – up to $5000

7. Publications of relevant research products – up to $2500

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