Open call > Three studies on ARTS RIGHTS JUSTICE
The UNESCO Chair ‘Cultural Policy for the Arts in Development’ at the University of Hildesheim (Germany) and its ARTS RIGHTS JUSTICE PROGRAM invite experienced researchers from all world regions to apply to undertake one of three studies which will contribute to the university’s ARTS RIGHTS JUSTICE OBSERVATORY.
The ARJ PROGRAM will be using the studies to extent knowledge of practical and academic use that will complement existing reports by international human rights, free speech or arts organizations such as FREEMUSE, UNESCO and PEN.
Analysis of examples of violation of freedom of artistic expression and support strategies along specific case studies from different world regions
Analysis of legal mechanisms that protect freedom of artistic expression and their implementation
Analysis of local/national/international protection mechanisms including but not limited to temporary relocation and emergency support
Shall be researched and written within a period of three months, from mid August until end of October 2018
Will be remunerated with a total of 3.000,- € (including all expenses and all taxes that remain the responsibility of the researcher)
Shall contain around 50 pages of condensed text at least
Will be handed in online to the ARJ program – University of Hildesheim by November 1, 2018 in .docx and .pdf format
Will be discussed in circles of experts before finalization
Will be published
Deadline: 10 August 2018