Société
Université du Luxembourg
Intitulé du poste
Internship in MIMY: a EU research project on young migrants
Date de publication
14/06/2021
Lieu du poste
11, Porte des Sciences
Domaine d’activité
Autre  
Type du poste
Stage  
Nombre de postes
3
Lieu du poste
Sud
Date de début souhaité
2021/08/16
Date de fin du contrat
2021/12/17
Langues
Anglais
Niveau d’enseignement requis
Lycée niveau Bac – Bac en cours, Diplôme de fin d’études secondaires - BAC
Permis de conduire nécessaire
Non
Personne de contact
Amalia Gilodi
Fonction
Doctoral Researcher
Envoi de la candidature
Par e-mail
Adresse e-mail
amalia.gilodi@uni.lu
Tâches à remplir

The project
MIMY - Empowerment through liquid integration of migrant youth in vulnerable conditions is a Research project financed by the European Commission (agreement No 870700) that will last three-years (2020-2023). The project involves 9 different countries and 13 Partner organizations in Europe.
The MIMY project wants to examine how young migrants, who originally are from non-EU countries and find themselves in vulnerable or difficult situations, deal with the integration process into the EU countries where they live.
Researchers from the University of Luxembourg work together with colleagues from 10 European Research Institutes to analyze policies to support the integration of migrants at the EU, national and local level as well as the personal strategies of young migrants. They look for elements that can help the integration process of young migrant or make it more difficult and they explore how local institutions and organizations can support them and empower them to become active members of their society. MIMY wants to directly engage and interact with young migrants putting their voices, experiences and perspective at the centre of the investigation and at the attention of local stakeholders. This is achieved by organizing interviews and group discussions with young migrants, but also by directly involving a group of young people with a migration background in research activities as peer researchers.
Our team will examine all these aspects in the context of the Grand Duchy, with a special focus on the canton of Esch sur Alzette in the South and the cantons of Diekirch and Wiltz in the North. The UL team includes researchers from the field of Geography and Psychology.
For more information you can also visit the project’s Website: https://mimy-project.eu/

What you will do:
• You will receive a short training on qualitative research methodologies
• You will actively assist researchers in the team in organizing and then conducting group interviews with older generations of migrants living in Luxembourg and individual interviews with other young migrants
• You will help researchers to analyse the data collected
• You will contribute to the interpretation of the results and their implication
• You will create a blog entry about your personal opinions, reflections and experiences

What we offer:
• Exciting opportunity to work with an international team of researchers and other young people
• The opportunity to learn and directly experience how a European Project works
• Training and direct experience with qualitative research methodologies including the development of interview skills (applicable in many other fields)
• The chance to contribute to improve the lives of other young migrants living in Luxembourg by giving you a platform to share your ideas and point of view with other migrants, young people, researchers and policy makers in Luxembourg and across Europe
• Flexible schedule and small weekly commitment (between 6 and 10 hours a week)
• A small financial compensation
• An official certificate documenting your role as an intern in the project MIMY at the University of Luxembourg

Outils informatiques et logiciels

Who we are looking for:
• You have a migration background: either you or your parents have migrated to Luxembourg (priority will be given to people from non-EU countries)
• If you are not a EU citizen you must already have a valid VISA or residence permit and not be an intern elsewhere
• You are between 18 and 29 of age
• You live in the Canton of Esch sur Alzette or Canton of Wiltz or Canton of Diekirch
• You must:
o Be a student enrolled in Luxembourgish or foreign educational institutions OR
o Have finished by less than 12 months at the start of internship, secondary school OR first cycle of higher education or university
• You have good knowledge of English. Knowledge of Luxembourgish, French, Portuguese, Arabic, Serbo-Croatian or Tigrinya as advantages
• You are passionate about the rights of migrants and/or interested in social research
• No previous work experience is required

Remarque

If you are interested in participating in the project send at amalia.gilodi@uni.lu:
• Your CV clearly indicating if you are a student or have already completed a training/degree and when
• A letter (max 1 page) introducing yourself and your own experience of migration and why you want to work with us
If you would like more information, don’t hesitate to contact us at amalia.gilodi@uni.lu