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Fellowships for Threatened Scholars Applications due July 12, 2021   The Institute of International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund (IIE-SRF) is the only global program that arranges and funds fellowships for threatened and displaced scholars at partnering higher education institutions worldwide. IIE-SRF announces a July 12 deadline for its next round of applications from professors and researchers facing threats to their lives or careers. Fellowships support temporary academic positions at universities and other higher education institutions anywhere in the world where the scholars can continue their academic work in safety. For further information please visit this website: https://mailchi.mp/iie/call-for-applications-threatened-scholars-feb2021-256053?e=28ad401917

Their home countries are blighted by war, their freedom of research is curtailed or they are persecuted: in many parts of the world, scientists and scholars are in danger. The Philipp Schwartz Initiative helps researchers who have fled their countries to find their feet at German universities and research institutions. The Philipp Schwartz Initiative provides universities and research institutions in Germany with the means to host threatened foreign researchers for a period of 24 months on a fully funded research fellowship. An extension is possible under a co-financing model. The Initiative is funded by the Federal Foreign Office, with generous…

Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative delivering information and support services to professional researchers. Backed by the European Union, member states and associated countries, it supports researcher mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the world. EURAXESS is also your gateway to Science4Refugees, a Commission’s initiative helping refugee researchers find suitable jobs in today’s challenging research landscape. Part of the initiative, is the Science4Refugees Research Buddies, supporting refugee scientists in finding European researchers to discuss problems, find solutions and study together, by matching their research field, scientific studies, and interests. The Science4Refugees initiative and…

Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) is pleased to announce new programme for incoming researchers: The Ulam Programme. The objective of The Ulam Programme is to help foreign researchers to develop their career by intensifying international mobility as well as will allowng them to establish scientific cooperation with excellent host institutions in Poland. A proposal may be submitted only by a person who holds a doctoral degree. Activities to be carried out during the scholarship may include:   conducting research and/or development work post-doctoral training obtaining materials for scientific work or publication conducting didactic classes at the host centre Visits within the programme can…

Funding for Refugee Scholars and Scientists Area of research: all disciplines Type of funding: own position or fellowship Up to 2 or 3 years (depending on funding opportunity) Researchers who are or were funded by the Foundation and who wish to integrate refugee scholars into their research context Prerequisites: applicant is/was funded by the Foundation (within the last 10 years) and is currently linked to a research institution in Germany Additional benefits: special family related benefits Do Not Apply Without Prior Consultation Objective The Volkswagen Foundation wishes to contribute to the integration of refugee scholars and academics in research and…

Information for Researchers No. 82 | 18 December 2015 Refugee Scientists and Academics: DFG to Facilitate Participation in Research Projects Higher education institutions and project leaders can apply for additional staff / Contribution to integration in research and society The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) plans to help scientists and academics who have fled their home countries to participate in research projects. Presenting a package of measures, DFG President Professor Dr. Peter Strohschneider explained: “We as the DFG want to create the financial and organisational framework needed for participation in the projects we fund in an efficient, flexible way. We are…

The Heinrich Böll Foundation’s Scholarship Department awards scholarships to German and foreign PhD students in accordance with the guidelines issued by Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Foreign Office (Auswärtiges Amt). Refugees are welcome to apply as of each 1st March and/or 1st September – irrespective of their asylum status. You will find details of special focus programmes on website at www.boell.de/scholarships Application Information Sheet Application Form (German) Expert Reference Form 

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