Development Country Analyst Positions

The Country Global Citizenship Report Card Project is now recruiting 15-25 international development graduate students to serve as Country Analysts and help us expand the number of countries covered from 15-50. These are part-time 3-month long positions with work starting in February, 2016. Successful applicants will receive a small honorarium, job reference and a publication credit. Those interested in applying should send a Letter of Interest and current resume to Ron Israel ( Your letter of interest and resume should reflect your experience doing secondary research and analyzing quantitative data.

The Country Global Citizenship Report Card Project is an initiative to hold nation-states more accountable for their commitments to international agreements, conventions, and treaties (ACTs). To date The Report Card Project is a collaborative effort among The Global Citizens' Initiative ( ), the Middlebury Institute of Development Studies at Monterrey ( and Zogby Analytics ( ) .

The Report Card Project seeks to promote greater nation-state collaboration in efforts to address global issues such as human rights, climate change, gender equity, poverty, governance, and global peace and justice. The Project has developed a data driven methodology for analyzing and ranking country performance. Our methodology so far has been applied to an analysis of 15 countries across 6 development domains. (For more information see )

This material is cross-posted from the Peace and Collaborative Development Network, and appears to be an interesting opportunity for the Humphrey community.   This is meant for information sharing purposes only. 
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