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Lawyer – Pro Bono (Dutch Tenancy/Labour Law)
As a lawyer, I specialise in tenancy law, labour law, IP law (copyright law), corporate law and procedural law.
My girlfriend studied Russian in Amsterdam and lived in Kyiv for a while. She speaks and reads Russian if necessary.
If you need legal support in the Netherlands, I can help. I’m a “sociaal advocaat” as they say in the Netherlands; this basically means taking cases pro bono or supported by government funding for people who cannot afford legal support.
I can imagine I could help if you run into trouble with your landlord, employer or publisher.
EURAXESS: Jobs and Funding/Hosting Opportunities
EURAXESS lists thousands of vacancies and fellowships from more than 40 European countries and other regions in the world.
Language Buddies for Ukrainian Researchers
The “Language Buddies” project is designed to help scholars affected by the war in Ukraine, who struggle to get their work published in international academic journals for English language-related reasons.
DAAD Future Ukraine – Scholarship
Through the Future Ukraine initiative by the German Academic Exchange Service, the Univeristy of Gießen can offer 5 scholarships in the research fields of history, language, literature, cultural studies or social sciences to PhD researchers, that have fled from Ukraine to Germany.
Gerda Henkel Stiftung – General Research Grants
The Gerda Henkel Stiftung is glad to announce that the application for general research grants are now open for international postdoc researchers. The Gerda Henkel Foundation is one of the largest private research founders in Germany and has a reputation for supporting high-quality, innovative research in the fields of history, archaeology, and Islamic studies.
SAR Ukraine Fellowships
Scholars at Risk (SAR) announces new fellowship support for SAR network member institutions in North America looking to host threatened and displaced scholars from Ukraine. The purpose of the funds is to support the Ukrainian research and academic sector, enable continuing collaborations between scholars and institutions in or displaced from Ukraine and the international research community, and to anticipate and support rebuilding of the Ukrainian higher education and research sectors as conditions permit.
Swiss National Science Foundation – Scientific Exchanges / Scholars at Risk
Scientific Exchanges is aimed at researchers who want to host their own scientific event in Switzerland, invite colleagues from abroad for a research visit to Switzerland, or visit their colleagues in another country.
Scientific conferences and workshops are the two types of event covered by the scheme. Research visits by Swiss researchers to other countries or by researchers from abroad to Switzerland are funded for a period of 1 to 6 months. For scientific events, the travel expenses and food and board costs of participants from abroad are covered, for research visits those of travelling guests.
The Scientific Exchanges funding scheme also supports the organisation of events that allow research communities to exchange best practices on how to develop a Data Management Plan, preparing research data and making it publicly available.
A beginner’s guide to Swedish academia
As a new researcher in the Swedish research system, one is faced with a series of questions, about proper qualifications, networks within the system or even practical issues. The Young Academy of Sweden (YAS) has developed a guide for international researchers, to help navigate Swedish academia and remove time-consuming obstacles.
A beginner’s guide to Dutch academia
This guide, an introduction to Dutch research and higher education, serves as a support document for researchers and instructors who are unfamiliar with the Dutch academic setting. It may also provide insight for those who have already been working in Dutch academia for a few years. It was written primarily with new ‘senior’ academic staff in mind, but will hopefully be useful for postdoctoral and doctoral researchers as well. The emphasis lies on professional challenges and opportunities.
American Councils offer Philanthropic Support for Displaced Ukrainian Scholars
Three American foundations, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Richard Lounsbery Foundation, and The Stirling Foundation have awarded grants to American Councils for International Education to create a Ukrainian Visiting Scholars Program (VSP). The program will support displaced Ukrainian university faculty and researchers whose work has been disrupted by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and continuing violence. The VSP allows affected scholars and teachers from Ukraine to resume their work in safer parts of the country, or at institutions outside the country.
University of Antwerp – Scholarships
The University of Antwerp offers a variety of scholarships for researchers and scholars.
Palacký University Olomouc – Fellowships
The Sts. Cyril and Methodius Faculty of Theology at the Palacký University Olomouc awards fellowship programs for students and researchers from Ukraine working in the field of theology, social work, and media ethics. The fellowship is awarded for two to six months. Individual support according to the applicants needs will be provided.
Hunter College – Open Application for Undergraduate Students
Hunter College of the City University of New York is continuing to accept applications from undergraduate students for the Spring 2023 semester. Students who are affected by war and global events can submit their applications to CUNY.
FMSH – Research Residency
In solidarity with researchers affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme is redeploying its reception facilities in order to respond to the emergency. The aid consists of different research residency at either the Maison Suger in Paris or a preselected reseach facility in France. The FMHS presents applications with the following three options:
CUNY – College Application
The City University of New York offers over 1750 programs at 25 different colleges for both the spring and the fall semester of 2023.