Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University, invites eligible candidates from a variety of disciplines to submit their applications to become a part of the project themed “The Labor Perspective to Human Trafficking (LPHT)”, a research project funded by a European Research Council Grant.
The LPHT, a five-year research project, studies the causes of human trafficking and its regulation, so as to develop a labour approach to human trafficking.
The project explores the underlying structures that sustain the market for human trafficking and considers methods and possibilities to restructure them.
The project expands the existing anti-trafficking toolkit – made up of mostly criminal law, migration restrictions, and human rights-based mechanisms – to include effective regulatory and market-based responses to severe labour market exploitation.
About Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv University (TAU) is a public research university in the neighbourhood of Ramat Aviv in Tel Aviv, Israel. With over 30,000 students, the University is the largest in the country. Located in Tel Aviv, the University is the centre of teaching and research of the city, comprising 9 faculties, 17 teaching hospitals, 18 performing arts centres, 27 schools, 106 departments, 340 research centres and 400 laboratories.
In 2016 QS World University Rankings ranked Tel Aviv University 22nd in the world for citations per faculty, which is the indicator that measures a university’s research impact. This makes Tel Aviv University the leading university in Israel in terms of research.
Postdoctoral, Doctoral and Research fellows.
May 15, 2018, and April 15, 2018