Research Positions Available
Project Name: The Palermo Protocol & Canada 10 years On: The evolution and Human Rights Impacts of Anti-Trafficking Laws in Canada.
Primary Researchers: Hayli Millar & Tamara O’Doherty Community Partner: SWAN Vancouver Funding Partner: Law Foundation of BC
There are two positions available, each expected to take place over the next two semesters (Winter 2014 and Summer 2014). The positions comprise a maximum of 10 hours per week for 13 weeks (or a total of 130 hours per semester). The rate of pay is $15 per hour, including all benefits. We anticipate the start date to be Jan. 15.
Your duties may include any or all of the following:
• Creating/maintaining a database of all investigations, charges, court dispositions of relevant Canadian cases (using Quicklaw software and excel),
• Assisting with a literature review regarding the enactment and enforcement of anti-human trafficking legislation in Canada and other current research on the issues.
• Assisting in drafting Access to Information applications for relevant governmental documents.
• Transcribing audio-recorded interviews.
• Entering data and coding qualitative data using NVIVO software.
• Successful completion of Crim 230, and at least one of Crim 311, 320, 321, 335, 401/410F.
• Demonstrated strong secondary research, analytic and writing abilities.
We are looking for students who are able to work independently, infuse critical and innovative thinking throughout their work, and exhibit professionalism in conduct and communication.
If you are interested in one of these positions, please provide us with a copy of your CV, a sample of your writing, an unofficial transcript (inc. number of credits completed) and a statement of interest (inc. information about your career goals) by Monday, Dec. 2nd at noon. Please email your application package to Tamara.Odoherty@ufv.ca and Hayli.Millar@ufv.ca.
Thank you for your interest in the project,