Academy on Labour Migration
28 November 2016 - 02 December 2016
The JMDI is pleased to share ITC-ILO's invitation for all the stakeholders dealing with migration issues to the Labour Migration Academy (LMA)
that will take place in Johannesburg, South Africa, on November 28th - December 2nd 2016. Please note that the registration deadline is on October 21st.
When: 28 Nov - 2 Dec 2016
Venue: Johannesburg, South Africa
Language: English - French
Today there are an estimated
244 million international migrants around the world, the majority of whom are migrant workers. Globalization, demographic shifts, conflicts, income inequalities and climate change will encourage ever more people to cross borders in search of employment and security. Yet, the migration process entails complex challenges in terms of governance, migrant workers' protection, migration and development linkages and international cooperation.
Labour Migration Academy (LMA) aims to provide you with advanced knowledge and enhance your capacity as a key migration actor to better understand labour migration challenges and opportunities in a changing political, economic and social context. This personalized one week course covers a wide range of labour migration cross-cutting themes, such as men and women migrant worker protection, labour migration governance and development.
After the success of the first
five editions and the high demand for the training of key participants from the Africa region, ITC-ILO is pleased to offer the LMA, for the first time
"outside their campus", in Johannesburg (South Africa).
This course will be offered in English and French. You will find the links on the right hand side frame to the course website and the necessary information to register. If you need further information, do not hesitate to contact ITC-ILO at this email address:
Assistant Professor of Anthropology - Spelman College
seeks a teacher-scholar dedicated to excellence in teaching and to the continued enhancement of the academic environment for students and colleagues. Founded in 1881, Spelman College is a private four- year liberal arts college located in Atlanta, GA. The oldest historically Black college for women in the United States, Spelman is a member of the Atlanta University Center Consortium and Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education. All candidates are expected to have a demonstrated interest in liberal arts and sciences education, be able to contribute effectively to undergraduate teaching, mentoring and advising, assist in curriculum development, provide service to the department and College, as well as be active in scholarly, creative, and/or research productivity appropriate to a liberal arts environment.
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology
invites applications for
a tenure-track, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
faculty position beginning
. Cultural Anthropologists with strong teaching and research interests in one or more of the following areas: medical anthropology or anthropology of health and disease, anthropology of development, or indigeneity are invited to apply. Geographical area of specialization is open, but preference is given to scholars whose research is non-US based and that complements the interests of current department faculty members. Focus on the Global South (especially Africa, the Middle East, or the Caribbean) is preferred.
The Department is seeking a candidate whose analyses are gendered, global, and comparative. The candidate must be able to teach core anthropology courses such as anthropological theory, introduction to anthropology, ethnographic methods, as well as courses in her/his area of specialization. Students in the department are required to write senior theses, thus the ideal candidate is willing to advise and mentor students as they conduct their original research. Research, scholarship, and professional service should be commensurate with that expected in a liberal arts college.
Ph.D. in Anthropology is preferred, although "ABD" candidates will be considered.
Preference is given to candidates that apply by October 17, 2016. The review of applications will continue until December 1, 2016.
Competitive salaries and an excellent benefits program are available.
To apply for the position
, please upload: a letter of application which identifies the position sought; curriculum vitae (with contact information); a one-page statement of teaching philosophy; a one-page statement of scholarly agenda; and unofficial copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts. Official transcripts will be required at time of hire. After initial review, three letters of recommendation will be requested directly from the list supplied by the candidate during application. Questions may be addressed to Ms. Michelle Meadors (email@example.com) in the Faculty Support Office.
To APPLY, copy and paste the link address below to submit an electronic application with required attachments.
Spelman College is an EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Title IX Employer and
participates in E-Verify.
Marie Chauvet was forced to flee Haiti after publishing works critical of the race and class structures undergirding Haitian society and politics during the totalitarian regime of François "Papa Doc" Duvalier. Her most well-known work, the trilogy Love, Anger, and Madness, was first published in Paris in 1968 with the support of Simone de Beauvoir, bringing her much acclaim and putting her life in great danger. Exiled from Haiti, leaving her affluent family behind, Chauvet spent the final years of her life in New York City, where she worked as a maid and died in relative poverty in 1973.