The APT has released a call for proposals (http://www.apt.ch/en/working-with-us/) for researchers to contribute to its ongoing project on the effectiveness of torture prevention (http://www.apt.ch/en/research-project/).
The APT is seeking country researchers to work in 12 countries out of a shortlist of 26 countries: Albania, Armenia, Benin, Colombia, Georgia, Honduras, Hungary, India, Israel, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco, Nepal, Peru, Philippines, Senegal, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Zimbabwe. The work includes researching and drafting a chapter on the country’s experience with incidence of torture and prevention measures since 1985, as well as gathering data to contribute to a comparative quantitative analysis of torture incidence and prevention.
Researchers with the relevant experience are invited to submit proposals, including a budget. The working language of the project is English, so a basic understanding of that language will be required. However, applicants may include a budget line for translation of documents. The deadline for applications is 1st November 2013 and work on the project will begin in January 2014.
The full call is available here: http://www.apt.ch/content/files/apt%20institutional/Research%20project_call_for_proposal.pdf.