Have You Worked in a Post-Conflict Justice Setting?
Have you worked on post-conflict justice issues? Have you been part of a rule of law project in a conflict zone? If so, you may be of help to our colleague Professor Elena Baylis (Univ. of Pittsburgh), who is working on a really terrific empirical project on post-conflict justice. Here is the information from Elena which includes eligibility to win a $100 to spend at Amazon.com:
If you have ever worked in the field of post-conflict justice, including work on post-conflict rule of law and/or work on post-conflict accountability for atrocities, you are invited to participate in an anonymous survey: http://pcjsurvey.questionpro.com (English) or http://EnqueteJPC.questionpro.com (French). The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete.
By participating in this study, you will help us understand the role played by people’s work and career choices in shaping the field of post-conflict justice. This is the first study to focus on the people involved in post-conflict justice work, rather than on institutions and processes, so it is a great opportunity to add to our understanding of the field by sharing your experiences.
As thanks for participating in the survey, you will be eligible to win a $100 amazon.com gift card. One of every 25 participants in the survey will win. At the end of the survey, you will be given access to a report with the survey results thus far, so that you can see how your answers compare to those of others working on post-conflict justice issues. You will also be given the chance to request a copy of the final report of this research study and to volunteer for a follow-up interview if you wish.
The survey is anonymous. All individual responses are confidential and will be kept secure, and the data from the survey will be reported only in the aggregate. There are no foreseeable risks to you from participating in this research project, and the only benefit offered is the chance at winning a gift card. Your participation is voluntary and you may withdraw at any time. This research study is being conducted by Elena Baylis, Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, ebaylis [at] pitt [dot] edu.
Please feel free to forward this invitation to your post-conflict justice colleagues and friends. Thank you for your time and support!