Support Ukrainian Scholars @ FASoS

van totaal € 15.000 (42%)

In light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the threat the war poses on civilians, including academics, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASoS) at Maastricht University has launched a crowdfunding initiative to support fellows from the Ukraine to spend 6 months at FASoS to conduct and present research and collaborate with other researchers. The fellowships are established to provide Ukrainian academics currently under threat due to the Russian invasion an academic home during the war and allow them and their families to be in safety and space to continue their work.

A fellowship for safety and research
The fellowships are open for researchers in the fields of humanities and social sciences, including sociology, history, geography, cultural studies, literature, political science, as well as digital methods. The Visiting Fellows will receive a monthly stipend for the duration of 6 months and travel costs to Maastricht. The Visiting Fellows will receive workspace, library access and will be able to participate in the activities of FASoS. The fellowship is open to Ukrainian citizens and residents in Ukraine at the time of the invasion or directly affected by the war. All funds raised through this crowdfunding initiative will be used to fund the fellowships for Ukrainian scholars.

By means of this crowdfunding we aim to fund 3 fellowships. Will you help Ukrainian scientists, too?


About the project owner

This campaign was initiated by the board of FASoS, the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences of Maastricht University. 

A charitable foundation
You make your donation to the University Fund Limburg/SWOL, the charitable foundation of Maastricht University. This fund is a registered public benefit organisation (ANBI), which means your donation is tax deductible. For more information, please visit the website of University Fund Limburg/SWOL: www.ufl-swol.nl.

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