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Postdoc position: Study families, inequality and social policy at the Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI)

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Interested in families, inequality and social policy? We are hiring a postdoctoral fellow at the  Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI) at Stockholm University.  The position as a postdoc is connected to the comparative social policy research carried out at SOFI (www.sofi.su.se/english/research/three-research-units/socpol-social-policy) and part of the project rEUsilience: Risks, Resources and Inequalities: Increasing Resilience in …

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ESPAnet France: Gender and the Welfare State: Understanding, Categorizing and Dealing with Gender (In)equalities

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In connection with the European network EspaNet, the RT 6 of the French Sociology Association organizes a scientific meeting open to all researchers specializing in the analysis of social protection, social policies and solidarity. Next year’s symposium is devoted to gender in social policies.  Gender analysis of the welfare state has made a significant contribution …

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Post-doctoral research position in Social Work on gender inequality in working life and family life

The Department of Social Work at Umeå University is calling for applicants for the position of postdoctoral fellow. Work responsibilities and duties The postdoctoral fellow will mainly be expected to conduct their own research. In addition to this research, the position may include a maximum of 0.2 FTE of teaching or other departmental duties. The …

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Postdoc position in Konstanz – Gender inequality and COVID-19 Policies for Gender Equality

For those who might be interested: We are looking for a postdoc with advanced quantitative skills and an interest in gender inequality for the internationally comparative research project COPE (COVID-19 Policies for Gender Equality) located at the University of Konstanz (see attached). It’s a great opportunity, for 2.5 years. Application deadline is 6 June, start …

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