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štvrtok, 31. januára 2013

Trainee – Research, Statistics, Indices

1. Introduction
The European Institute for Gender Equality[1] (EIGE) announces a traineeship opportunity lasting up to five months for a graduate who is a national of an EU member state.
The traineeship shall be based at the Institute's offices in Vilnius, Lithuania. The registration of applications will begin on 23 January 2013 and will close on 22 February 2013 at 23:00 Eastern European Time (EET).
EIGE is a regulatory agency of the European Union (EU) entrusted with specific objectives related to the contribution and strengthening of gender equality promotion.
To achieve its goals, the Institute shall collect and analyse objective, comparable and reliable information at EU level and develop appropriate methodological tools for the integration of gender equality into EU policies. EIGE shall equally foster the exchange of good practices and dialogue between stakeholders and raise EU citizen awareness of this policy area by providing technical assistance to the Community institutions, in particular the Commission, as well as the authorities of the Member States. In the course of its work to promote and strengthen gender equality EIGE will also strive to eliminate gender discrimination.
The traineeship shall aim principally to:
  • provide work-training experience in key areas of the Institute's work;
  • extend and apply knowledge acquired in the course of studies or working life; 
  • provide practical working knowledge of the Institute; 
  • enable the trainee to acquire work experience through the contacts s/he makes.
The Institute is an equal opportunity employer and accepts applications without distinction on the grounds of age, race, political, philosophical or religious conviction, gender or sexual orientation and regardless of disabilities, marital status or family situation.

2. Traineeship Description
Objectives
The trainee shall provide assistance and support to ensure the smooth functioning of the Institute's work on research, statistics and indices.  
The trainee shall be provided with relevant work experience in an EU agency and knowledge of gender equality related to the Institute's focal areas of concern.
Description of the work
Reporting to a supervisor, the trainee will be expected to carry out the following duties:
  • assist in carrying out research related tasks in priority areas;
  • participate in the review, analysis and synthesis of research results and conclusions drawn from studies; 
  • assist in the collection, processing and analysis of gender statistics and identification of data gaps; 
  • assist as required with specific project work, including reviews and report-writing as designated by the supervisor; 
  • participate in identifying, and mapping of, relevant bodies in the EU Member States responsible for gender equality questions, gender statistics and data; 
  • attend selected meetings, in particular concerning the Beijing Indicators and the Gender Equality Index and support the organisation of meetings with external experts; 
  • assist colleagues from the Operations Unit with the dissemination of Institute’s research findings  and   gender statistics.
Traineeship pre-requisites
The traineeship is open to applicants who have not previously undertaken a traineeship in another European institution or body and who meet the following requirements:
  • a recognised university degree [2] in social sciences or humanities, evidencing completion of a full cycle of study. Gender studies or studies in social statistics will be considered advantageous.
  • some initial experience in social statistics obtained either through specialisation as part of the applicant’s studies for a university degree, a dissertation or other research project conducted as part of their studies or in some other manner or through professional experience or a previous traineeship. 
Trainees shall be selected from among nationals of the Member States of the European Union and EFTA countries.
Applicants must also have fluent English, both spoken and written, an excellent knowledge of at least one other EU language as well as computer skills applicable to a Windows environment.

3. Application Procedure
There are two stages to the application process:
Stage 1 - Online registration
At the first stage candidates must submit their application electronically using the EIGE application form.
EIGE application form
Applications must reach eige.hr@eige.europa.eu by not later than 23:00, Eastern European Time (EET) on 22 February 2013 and the subject title noted by applicants should include the reference number of the application.
Candidates are requested to send their completed application in English, the language in which the Institute mainly works. All parts of the application form must be completed in full. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Stage 2 - Submission of a full application (only for candidates invited to an interview and selected)
At the second stage, should the candidate be invited for interview and be selected, in order for the application to be considered complete candidates must provide photocopies of all the supporting documents (proof of nationality, diplomas, academic qualifications, employment certificates, professional references etc.) needed to prove that they satisfy all admission conditions.
All documentary evidence of any professional experience must indicate start and end dates for previous positions and the start date and continuity for the current position held. On the day of the interview the candidate must sign his/her application form and by signing the form the candidate certifies on his/her honour that the information provided is complete and accurate.
Candidates will be eliminated if:
  • their application is received after 23:00, EET on 22nd February 2013.
  • they do not use and duly complete the official application form provided by EIGE. 
  • they do not meet the general conditions described in the pre-requisites section.
Eligible candidates shall be selected on the basis of their application. The Institute regrets that, due to the large volume of applications it receives only candidates of particular interest will be contacted.
Candidates must be prepared to submit proof of their qualifications upon request since if successful, they will be required to produce originals of their diplomas, academic qualifications and employment certificates upon request.
A Selection Committee shall oversee the analysis of the applications to assess and select those best matching the profile and qualifications required for this traineeship. On this basis the Selection Committee can invite the best admissible candidates for an interview which may include other appropriate testing. 
The work of the Selection Committee is confidential. Candidates shall not make direct or indirect contact with the Selection Committee or have anybody do so on their behalf. The Appointing Authority reserves the right to disqualify any candidate who disregards this instruction.
All inquiries for information should be sent by e-mail to eige.hr@eige.europa.eu, quoting the reference of the traineeship. 

4. Engagement and Conditions of Traineeship
Engagement for a traineeship will be decided by the Institute’s Director on the basis of a reserve list of candidates proposed by the Selection Committee. Candidates should note that an inclusion to the reserve list does not guarantee selection. The established reserve list may be used for other similar traineeships depending on the Institute's needs and will be valid until the 31 December following the year of engagement.
The traineeship is supported by a monthly grant equivalent to €750. While a travel allowance will be provided, trainees however will have to make their own health insurance arrangements.
Applicants are advised to read Decision No. 2011/765 since it contains relevant information with regards to traineeships at the Institute. 

5. Data Protection
The purpose of processing of the data submitted by candidates is to manage each application in view of a possible pre-selection and recruitment as a trainee at the Institute. Unsuccessful application files shall be kept for two years following the closure of the selection procedure, after which time they are destroyed. The personal information requested from applicants will be processed in line with Regulation (EC) N°45/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18th December 2000 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data. 

6. Lithuania and living in Vilnius
A member of the Schengen Area, Lithuania borders Latvia, Belarus, Poland and the Kaliningrad region of Russia. Its western coastline - noted for its fine beaches, dunes and majestic pines - straddles the Baltic Sea. Lithuanian summers are sunny and warm with an average temperature of +17 C. Winter is white and generally cold with average temperatures that hover around – 4 C.
Vilnius is Lithuania's capital with an estimated population of just over half a million citizens. It has impressive Baroque, Gothic, Renaissance and Russian architecture as well as one of Europe's largest medieval old towns, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1994.  A university city since the Middle Ages, Vilnius is the centre of the country's politics, business, science, culture and entertainment and it attracts an increasingly varied assortment of local and international events. In addition to hosting a number of international schools, it has a developed infrastructure and ambitious future plans.

[1] Established by the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 1922/2006 of 20 December 2006 (OJ L 403/9 of 30.12.2006)
[2] For a list of minimum national diplomas see Annex 2 Decision No. 2011/765.

http://www.eige.europa.eu/content/career-opportunity/eige-2013-tr-02

JEF International Seminar Athens, Greece| 14-19 April 2013

Co-organised by JEF-Europe and JEF-Greece, the international
seminar “EuroMed Vibes: Back to the roots of Democracy” will
take place in Athens, from 14 to 19 April 2013
As the Arab Spring has moved across the Middle East and North Africa, grassroots calls for democratic
reform have opened avenues for increased political participation by traditionally marginalized groups.
Young people, often at the vanguard of the reform movements, have seized platforms to present their
visions for the future of their countries. But in many instances they face barriers to achieving decisionand
policy-making roles, particularly within traditional political institutions.

About the seminar
In view of better understanding the underlying causes of the Arab Spring and how to continue the
Euro-Mediterranean cooperation in the future, we will look back at the Greek roots of the concept
of democracy: demos (people) and kratos (rule). We aim to draw parallels to the significant role
young people in particular played in the recent movements for change and what challenges lie ahead
for sustained political engagement.
The seminar will try to find out how undemocratic societies can grow and develop into full-fledged
democracies with respect to human rights and the rule of law. In this respect the problematic
situation in Belarus and the continuous obligation of Council of Europe member states to abide by
their commitments (recently Hungary) deserve additional attention as well and can be used as casestudies.

How will we work
The working methodology is based on a combination of non-formal and formal education methods
and on a strong interaction with democratic and civil society representatives.
In order to ensure smooth functioning of the activities the team of trainers will meet on several
occasions before the seminar to plan the implementation of the programme. Efforts will be made to
find speakers with different professional, political and geographical backgrounds. The trainers,
facilitators and participants will be selected in order to constitute a representative and gender
balanced group of young people from all over the European continent with inclusion of several
participants from the Euro-Mediterranean region.

To apply please follow the link HERE
Practical information:
Deadline for applications: 10 February 2013.
Participation fee: 120 EUR for JEF members and 150 EUR for non-JEF members.
Travel reimbursement: 70% of travel costs (maximum reimbursement = 170 EUR)
JEF Europe and JEF Greece will assist in visas in case needed.
For any questions please contact us:
JEF seminars | European Secretariat
Square de Meeûs 25
B-1000 Bruxelles
Phone: +32 2 5120053
E-mail: seminar@jef.eu | www.jef.eu

štvrtok, 17. januára 2013

multilaterale Hospitationsprogramm für Rechtsanwälte 2013 aus Osteuropa

Bewerbungsmöglichkeit für das Hospitationsprogramm 2013

06.12.2012

 Das multilaterale Hospitationsprogramm für Rechtsanwälte 2013 wird im Zeitraum vom 21. Mai bis 3. Juli stattfinden. Das Programm richtet sich an Rechtsanwältinnen und Rechtsanwälte aus Mittel-, Ost- und Südosteuropa , die Praxiserfahrung in Deutschland sammeln wollen, maximal 35 Jahre alt sind und über sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse verfügen. Im Anschluss an ein zehntägiges Seminar zum deutschen und europäischen Zivil- und Wirtschaftsrecht in Bonn findet ein vierwöchiger Hospitationsaufenthalt in einer Anwaltskanzlei statt. Das Programm endet mit einem Abschlussseminar in Bonn.

Bewerben können sich Anwältinnen und Anwälte aus folgenden Ländern:
Bosnien-Herzegowina, Bulgarien, Estland, Georgien, Kroatien, Lettland, Litauen, Mazedonien, Moldau, Montenegro, Polen, Rumänien, Russische Föderation, Serbien, Slowakei, Slowenien, Tschechien, Türkei, Ukraine und Ungarn.

Nähere Informationen zu dem Ablauf des Hospitationsprogramms sowie zu den Teilnahme- und Finanzierungsbedingungen finden Sie in der Programmbeschreibung.
Interessenten, die den Bewerbungsbogen erhalten möchten, richten ihre Anfrage bitte an die IRZ-Stiftung, Frau Andrea Vitzthum, e-mail vitzthum@irz.de.
Bewerbungsschluss ist der 25. Februar 2013.
Bitte beachten Sie, dass in einigen der genannten Länder die dortigen Anwaltskammern eine Vorauswahl unter den Bewerbern durchführen und der IRZ-Stiftung Kandidatenvorschläge unterbreiten. Interessenten aus Bulgarien, Litauen, Rumänien (Mitglieder der Bukarester Anwaltskammer), Slowakei, Tschechien und Ungarn werden daher gebeten, sich nicht unmittelbar bei der IRZ-Stiftung zu bewerben sondern sich wegen der Bewerbungsunterlagen und der jeweils geltenden Bewerbungsfristen mit der zuständigen Anwaltskammer in Verbindung zu setzen (nähere Informationen siehe Programmbeschreibung).

http://www.irz-netzwerk.eu/root/index.php?page_id=45&cms_press_id=15o