8. Safety and Security for Fieldwork Research (June 2022)

To REGISTER, please fill in the form linked HERE until June 8.
Note: We have only a few spots left, so you might be put on a standby list and asked to attend future editions of the course instead.

15 and 16 June 2022, from 9:30 to 18:00ish each day
Teachers: Dr. Rodrigo Mena, Prof. Dorothea Hilhorst, Linda Johnson + some invited trainers
Location: In-person, International Institute of Social Studies
ECTs: 1.5

Tuition: free for CERES members; there is a €400 for non-members

Description: When conducting field-based research or fieldwork, researchers often operate within complex and dynamic social and political contexts and derive their data from that environment. Both the quality of research and the security of the researcher are a function of how well-planned the research is, taking into account the local context and the risk environment.

This course is designed to assist researchers in conducting their research in hazardous, remote or complex environments as safely and securely as possible, both for those working within their home country, or as foreigners. It aims to improve personal security and awareness and security planning skills when conducting field research.