Researcher, Explosive Weapons Monitor
ABOUT THE ROLE:
Article 36 is seeking a skilled and experienced researcher to provide thematic and country-level research and analysis for the Explosive Weapons Monitor project.
This position involves the production of research and communications products for the Explosive Weapons Monitor, development and maintenance of the website and social media platforms, and supporting the development of a broader research programme ahead of the official launch of the Explosive Weapons Monitor in 2022.
This is a new position, offered initially as a full-time consultancy role (80-100%) for six months with the possibility for extension. It will involve conducting research and analysis on the use of explosive weapons in populated areas and its impacts, including in specific country contexts, on specific explosive weapon systems, and related thematic issues.
This new position can be flexibly located, which would require people to be able to work from home. It will work in close cooperation with Article 36 staff based in the UK and INEW Steering Committee members and other network members in various locations around the world.
The Researcher position will report to the Programme Manager of Article 36 who provides coordination for the International Network on Explosive Weapons.
ABOUT THE ORGANISATION:
The Explosive Weapons Monitor is a newly-established civil society initiative that conducts research and analysis on harms from and practices of explosive weapon use in populated areas for the International Network on Explosive Weapons (INEW).
Article 36 is a specialist non-profit organisation, focused on reducing harm from weapons. Article 36 provides coordination for the International Network on Explosive Weapons (INEW) and the Explosive Weapons Monitor.
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