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SAIIA seeks to appoint an Associate Editor for its Africa Portal project.

SAIIA is looking to appoint a dynamic person who is committed to youth development to manage the operational and financial functions of Youth@SAIIA’s growing programmes. The successful applicant must be able to manage a complex and multi-faceted workload. This position reports to the Head of Youth Programmes and is based at SAIIA’s head office in Johannesburg. It is a one-year contract.

Our Bradlow Fellowship Programme is open to senior researchers and academics (preferably at post Doctoral level/equivalent of an associate professorship) wishing to conduct research on a topic of international relations related to South Africa and Africa’s place in the world.

We are seeking unsolicited article submissions on all international relations topics pertinent to the continent, especially articles written by African authors. Articles must be original in content. They should analyse significant policy issues in African international affairs, with a view to offering constructive solutions.

We are looking to appoint a dynamic person who is passionate about youth development and global affairs to join our youth team. This person will assist with our programmes for young people aged 14 to 25 years.

SAIIA has grown its Youth Development Programme substantially over recent years. The outreach programme fosters awareness of international relations and stimulates young South Africans to engage with such issues, thereby cultivating future leaders.

The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) is an independent, non-governmental international affairs think-tank. SAIIA is seeking an intern for its youth programmes.

The SAIIA Bradlow Fellowship Programme is open to senior researchers and academics (preferably at post Doctoral level/equivalent of an associate professorship) wishing to conduct research on a topic of international relations related to South Africa and Africa’s place in the world.

The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) will consider unsolicited proposals from Masters and PhD students looking to do work on Africa’s engagement with the world.

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