Two researchers (m/f/x) for a European research project on firearms

Do you have an interest in scientific research into the diversion of firearms? Do you have experience with policy evaluation and policy-oriented research? Would you like to carry out research into the ways in which policymakers can formulate responses to issues of illegal firearms markets in Europe? 

The Flemish Peace Institute is recruiting two researchers for an EU-funded research on the diversion of firearms in Europe. 

As a researcher in the field of firearms, you will carry out scientific research within the ‘arms trade and use’ research cluster, working as part of a small international, multidisciplinary research team.  

This vacancy is for two fixed-term (20 months) contractual positions, starting immediately.

Read the more about the positions, how to apply  and the assessment procedure here.


Deadline for applications:  November 4, 2018

Two research interns (m/f/x) 

The Flemish Peace Institute offers internships to mature students and recent graduates in the field of international relations, history, political sciences, conflict studies and related fields. 

Students with an interest in, and knowledge of, polarization, violent extremism, or arms trade and arms use qualify for a research-based internship. We also offer internships for communication majors with a keen interest in the topics mentioned above.

Read more about the internships here.

Deadline for applications: November 1, 2018