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The German Institute of Development and Sustainability gGmbH (IDOS) in Bonn is one of the leading research institutes on development policy. Through excellent research, policy advice and training, the Institute contributes to finding solutions to global challenges. Within IDOS, the Programme “Environmental Governance and Transformation to Sustainability” examines different strategies for the protection of the global climate, the environment and natural resources and scrutinizes the extent to which they meet the transformative requirements of the Paris Climate Agreement and the 2030 Agenda. It analyses the interactions between relevant actors and institutions of global and multi-level environmental governance, focusing on the legitimacy of governance mechanisms and their effects on ecosystems and human welfare, with an empirical focus on developing countries and emerging economies.
To strengthen the Programme “Environmental Governance and Transformation to Sustainability” we are looking for a
to start as soon as possible, likely as of 15.03.2023 to 15.03.2024 (with a possibility of extension).
Please note: This job offer is exclusively for students currently enrolled at a German University. Candidates who have already finished a master’s degree are unfortunately not eligible for formal reasons, even if they are enrolled in another master’s programme.
Please send your application with the subject "Programme C research assistant position" including proof of enrolment by e-mail to Mirja Schoderer by 1 March 2023 (email@example.com).
In your application email, please confirm how long you will be enrolled at a German University and that you are based in Bonn or the vicinity and able to commute to the office. Please refrain from an application if you do not fulfil the above-mentioned criteria.
German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS)
Tulpenfeld 6, 53113 Bonn
Telefon +49 (0)228 94927-0, Telefax +49 (0)228 94927-130
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