Call for Junior Research Fellow_Border Externalization and Militarization: A Global Analysis

AFSC is seeking a Junior Research Fellow and will be an integral part of the team responsible for developing global research investigating the impact of border externalization and militarization on migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. The project aims to inform AFSC's strategic positioning in response to these findings, promoting lasting peace and justice in accordance with Quaker values.

The primary objective of the Junior Migration Fellow is to manage and coordinate the implementation of the Research project on border externalization and militarization, working closely with the IP Migration Director, the IP Migration interns and the research consultants. The Research fellow ensures that all consultative meetings are organized and held, and all research project milestones and final reports are achieved as per the research terms of reference, timelines and the goals and mission of the American Friends Service Committee. They will work closely with any established regional technical focal team to ensure the focus of the research is articulated and achieved.

All CVs and motivation letters must be submitted by email to:; (cc:; and no later than February 06, 2024, at 00:00 PM (CET) mentioning in the subject: “Junior Research Fellow: Border Externalization and Militarization: A Global Analysis”. The applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis. Please apply early!.

For more information about the position, please refer to the attached Terms of Reference (TOR).