- We encourage applicants from all disciplines and fields.
- Applicants are usually affiliated with a recognized educational institution, research center, or non-profit organization although exceptions are possible.
- Applicants should share the OICD’s aims/goals and demonstrate a keen interest in the work of the organization.
- Applicants should demonstrate that they have published or otherwise operationalized work on a topic closely related to OICD’s research or project areas.
- Researchers’ profiles are listed on the global network map and become part of a global professional network that collaborates on online and offline platforms.
- Researchers will have priority for the publication of their work through the OICD’s publishing outlets (Global Ethnographicand Emic Press).
- Researchers will have free or heavily discounted access to all OICD published materials and professional networks.
- Researchers will have the opportunity to become engaged with a variety of OICD projects and initiatives.
- Researchers will have the possibility to conceptualize and ready their research and projects for real-world application with the full support of the OICD and its resources.
- Researchers will be given support and resources toward hosting a conference or a workshop either at their own institutions or an OICD partner institution on a topic related to OICD’s research/projects.
- Where appropriate, Researchers are expected to promote and develop the organization’s projects within their own academic work and professional network.
- Researchers are requested to acknowledge the OICD in any published work that has drawn on the organization’s network, aims, research or applied projects.
- Prospective candidates may write directly to the OICD requesting this status including a CV/résumé, including references and current affiliation. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All prospective candidates are required to submit work or project samples. Please seek advice on content and quantity at the time of application.