Research Affiliates Network

The RLI Research Affiliates network provides a forum for doctoral students and early career researchers working on refugee law topics to engage with other doctoral students and researchers in academic exchanges relating to research and developments in the field. The Research Affiliate scheme is open to any researcher registered on a programme of doctorate on a relevant topic at the time of application, or those who've recently completed a PhD.

Research Affiliates are actively encouraged to attend RLI events and to take the lead on initiating their own events and projects through the RLI, for which support may be available. The RLI will host a remote meeting of Research Affiliates once/term to facilitate network development.

If you are interested in joining the RLI Research Affiliates network, please send the following documents to RLI@sas.ac.uk:

  • A Cover Letter
  • Scanned Proof of your Doctoral enrolment from your Academic Institution.
  • A copy of your CV
  • A photograph
  • Your email address and other communication details that you may wish to include (e.g. website, twitter)
  • A 3-4 sentence profile of your experience and interests. It may be helpful to include a web-link to your profile page on your supervising institution website.
  • The title of your PhD thesis and affiliation.
  • A list of recent publications, if applicable.
     

IDRP Research Affiliates

The Internal Displacement Research Programme's network of research affiliates aims to facilitate collaborative work between PhD students and emerging scholars, integrating research on internal displacement from around the world. It is open to any researcher registered on a programme of doctorate on a relevant topic at the time of application.

If you are interested in joining the Internal Displacement Research Programme network, please send the following documents to RLI@sas.ac.uk:

  • A Cover Letter
  • Scanned Proof of your Doctoral enrolment from your Academic Institution.
  • A copy of your CV
  • A photograph
  • Your email address and other communication details that you may wish to include (e.g. website, twitter)
  • A profile consisting of 3-4 sentences with your experience and interests. It may be helpful to link to your profile page on your supervising institution's website.
  • The title of your PhD thesis and affiliation.
  • A list of recent publications, if applicable.