The Law Trust Chair in Social Justice has a four (4) month part-time position available.
The primary responsibility of the successful applicant will be to administer the Social Justice and COVID-19 Policy and Relief Monitoring Alliance (SCOPRA).
The project has three (3) components:
- Monitoring policy responses including applying the SIAM and SEIAS to test for constitutional compliance and social justice;
- Monitoring implementation; and
- Distribution of relief
- Roundtables and reports
- Thematic group dialogues and reports
- Digital Policy and Rule of Law Index
- Digital Social-Economic Relief Coverage Dashboard
- Vibrant social accountability network on Social Justice and Coronavirus COVID-19
- Social justice impact awareness among policymakers in government
- An increase in socially just policies
- Fair distribution of all Coronavirus COVID-19 Socio-Economic relief across all municipal wards and groups
- Rationalisation of private socio-economic relief services across all municipal wards and under-serviced groups
- Improved social accountability among ordinary persons thus exposing and reducing corruption, clientelism and capture
- Improved public trust and sustained legitimacy of COVID-19 policy measures
- Enhanced achievement of the SDG objectives relating to hunger, poverty, inequality in peace
View the SCOPRA project plan here.
- A Master’s degree
- Good computer skills (MS Word, internet research skills)
- Fluent (reading, writing, and speaking) English; second and third languages are an advantage
- Own computer
The package includes:
- R10,000 per month for 4 months
- Half-day every day
Send an application letter and supporting materials to Ms Diane Gahiza, Faculty of Law, Stellenbosch University, at email@example.com by 24 July 2020.
Applicants may be expected to attend an interview (in person, by telephone or Skype).