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Facts and Norms' new project receives 132 applications in less than a month

On 3 April 2021, Facts and Norms launched its call for applications to researchers interested in joining the project “Human Rights and Infectious Diseases: Lessons from the United Nations”.

Within four weeks, the Institute proudly received 132 applications from nationals and residents of 47 different countries:

Albania, Armenia, Australia, Bangladesh, Botswana, Brazil, Burundi, Canada, Cyprus, Colombia, Croatia, Denmark, England, Philippines, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Haiti, Hungary, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Kenia, Kosovo, Lesotho, Mexico, Moldova, Nepal, Netherlands, Nigeria, North Macedonia, Pakistan, Palestine, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, Spain, Suriname, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United States of America.

Applicants formed an excellent, diverse group that includes early and mid-career academics, experienced researchers with awarded Ph.D. degrees, lecturers and professors, practitioners, public officials, and other professionals.

The Institute salutes all the applicants for their commitment to research for human dignity.

In the coming weeks, the recruitment process will resume.

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