Refugees & Scholars at Risk
Refugee Researchers from Ukraine
Information on support for Ukrainian researchers can be found here:
- Website Handbook Germany: https://handbookgermany.de/de/ukraine-info.html
- EUResearch4Ukraine: https://www.euraxess.de/ukraine
- Website of DAAD: https://www.daad.de/en/the-daad/hilfsangebote/
- Science for Ukraine: https://scienceforukraine.eu/
- Walter Benjamin Programme of DFG: https://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/programmes/individual/walter_benjamin/index.html
- Career Advice for early career researchers from the GC Plus: https://www.uni-due.de/gcplus/en/#offers-for-refugees
- The SFG Marie dedicates 100,000€ to support Ukrainian refugees: https://trrmarie.de/sfbtrr196marie/
The support of refugees and threatened foreign researchers is an important concern for UDE.
So far, UDE participated successfully at all rounds of the Philipp Schwartz-Initiative, administered by the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation, to support reasearchers from countries like Pakistan, Syria and Turkey.
Universities and research institutions in Germany receive support from the Philipp Schwartz-Initiative through the Scholars at Risk Network, the Scholar Rescue Fund and the Council for At-Risk Academics. The Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation made agreements about offering comprehensive support with this leading organizations in the field of assisting threatened scientists and researchers. This support includes advice and assistance in identifying suitable researchers, vetting candidates identified by institutions directly, pre-arrival and post-arrival advice for candidates and hosts, transition assistance and possible follow-up placement for researchers at the end of their Philipp Schwartz fellowships. Here you will find more Information on the programm.
Source: Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation
Academy in Exile
You also might be interested in Academy in Exile. The Institute of Turkish Studies at the University of Duisburg-Essen, the Berlin-based Forum Transregionale Studien and the Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen (KWI) invite scholars from or in Turkey to join the academy in exile with funding support from the Volkswagen Foundation. It is for scholars who are at risk or in exile because of their academic work and/or civic engagement with human rights and the pursuit of academic freedom.
Further Funding Opportunities
On this website you will receive infomation on further funding opportunities for threatened foreign researchers.