The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation is expanding its Grant Program for refugee Ukrainian academics and librarians
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|Extended Grant Program for Ukrainian academics and librarians|
The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation has extended its Grant Program by 20 additional places for refugee Ukrainian (and persecuted Russian/Belarusian) scholars and librarians. The project applied for should have a meaningful connection to the collection, holdings or research focus of the respective SPK institution.
Further information on the Grant Program can be found on the website of the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin PK and Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz .
- Application deadlines are suspended for Ukrainian researchers until further notice. Applications will be processed in the order in which they are received.
- For Ukrainian researchers, the term of 3 months can be extended by a maximum of another 3 months upon request in order to apply for opportunities for longer-term follow-up funding.
- Professionals such as librarians can also apply if they are not pursuing a pure research project.
- Applications are also examined if not all documents - e.g. two external expert evaluations - can be submitted
- Applicants from Russia and Belarus should also describe their individual risk situation
Please note: The Grant Program has expired. (Status: 07.12.2022)
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