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-M/F researcher (post-doc) Issues of the criminalisation of environmental offences in the ecological transition

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Date Limite Candidature : vendredi 14 octobre 2022

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General information

Reference : UMR7206-NADBEL-001
Workplace : PARIS 16
Date of publication : Friday, September 23, 2022
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 10 months
Expected date of employment : 2 January 2023
Proportion of work : Part time
Remuneration : gross salary 1580 €/month (half time)
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years


The research contract is part of the project "Anthropocene and ecological dimension of the environmental norm. Reflections on the development of the offence of ecocide in French law" financed by the Institute for Studies and Research on Law and Justice (IERDJ).
The IERDJ is a public interest grouping under French law whose purpose is to promote original and prospective thinking, to develop and support research, and to mobilise and disseminate knowledge on norms, legal regulation, and the missions and functioning of justice, in all relevant disciplinary fields.
The research project proposes to analyse the criminalisation of ecocide as a response to the Anthropocene. In this context, the challenge lies in the ability to rethink the relationship that humans have with nature, and to reshape the mechanisms and institutions that organise this relationship. We propose to conduct a reflection based on ecocide, which designates the most serious attacks on the environment.
The mission of the CDD researcher will be to carry out, as a priority, a study on one of the three components of this project: axis 3 "Ecological transition and legal issues of environmental protection" which is particularly interested in green criminology. The aim will be to carry out a study on the functions of environmental criminal law and its capacity (with regard to green criminology and wild law) to grasp the Man-Nature relationship.


The successful candidate will :
- Contribute to the animation of the third part of the project with the members of the project-team,
- Conduct a detailed study of environmental criminal law in relation to the fight against attacks on ecological systems (based on a case study)
- Identify the developments of Green criminology and inform its contributions to the movement of criminalisation of environmental offences
- Participate in the reflections of the project-team on the Man-Nature relations taken in charge by the criminalisation of environmental offences


- PhD in law
- In-depth knowledge of heritage issues at different scales, from international to local
- Knowledge of issues related to indigenousness
- Aptitude for an anthropological approach to law and norms
- Mastery of penal and criminal matters
- Familiarity with environmental dynamics

Work Context

The person recruited will be hosted within the UMR 7206 Eco-Anthropologie (Musée de l'Homme, Paris). This UMR develops interdisciplinary research on the interactions that human groups have with their environment.

Constraints and risks

not applicable

Additional Information

Expected profile: a "specialist" in questions of criminalisation of attacks on heritage, preferably natural, at the interface of legal sciences and social and cultural dynamics. In particular, the aim will be to articulate legal data with the ecological and social realities of ecocide.
The candidate should be able to work independently, while being part of a group of researchers.

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