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3 fully funded PhD positions available at University of Ghana

11.09.2018  15:17

The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs is supporting a large research program that will explore how Ghana’s role in peacekeeping since the 1960s has shaped domestic security and stability. ‘Domestic Security Implications of United Nations Peacekeeping’ (D-SIP) in Ghana will run for a five-year period. It is delivered by a consortium of research institutions, including the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), University of Legon, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC), and Danish Institute Against Torture (DIGNITY).

As part of D-SIP, 3 fully funded PhD positions are available at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana. The deadline for applications is 15 October, 2018.

Please follow either of the following links to learn more: www.diis.dk/en/activity/three-full-phd-scholarships-available-university-of-ghana or www.kaiptc.org/academic-programmes/phd-programmes/phd-security