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The ERA Talent Call for Multiplying the Impact of EURAXESS Hubs is out!
The ERA TALENT Call for Multiplying the Impact of EURAXESS Hubs is out! It offers distinct, targeted financial support to parties that are EURAXESS members but do not directly participate in the ERA TALENT project. The support is provided for enhancing career development or talent circulation services offered in line with the call objectives.
The ERA TALENT project
The ERA TALENT project aims at further developing the services provided by the EURAXESS network, through the reforming of its structure, with the aim to support the career development of researchers in Europe, expanding the career trajectories for them in academia, industry, business, the public and the non-governmental sectors.
To ensure impact across the entire EURAXESS network and benefitting all five active EURAXESS hubs, in this call up to 25 small-scale projects will be supported.
The application round for the EUI PhD application call for 2024-2025 is now open!
Find out more about the grant possibilities for applications from -and residing in the Netherlands here:Europees Universitair Instituut-beurs | WilWeg
EC Pilot for European fellowship scheme for researchers at risk
This action will pilot a European Fellowship Scheme to support Researchers at Risk by establishing, testing and validating procedures for the selection of researchers (assessing their risk and awarding them the fellowship) and for matching researchers with host institutions in the EU. The action will contribute to enhancing support for researchers at risk to continue their work in a safe environment, whether academic or non-academic.
To validate the established procedures, the PA will award fellowships to researchers at risk in two tracks, with around 15 fellowships in each track:
Track 1: Urgent placements for non-EU researchers at risk (outside the refugee process) who are facing threats in their country of residence or have recently fled their country of residence due to such threats, and have neither refugee nor subsidiary protection status.
Track 2: Non-EU refugee researchers and follow-up placements for at-risk candidates outside the refugee process – i.e. researchers with recognised refugee or subsidiary protection status; or researchers outside the refugee process holding or applying for temporary permits/visas.
The call will be open for submissions on 28 June 2023, with the deadline to apply on 7 September 2023.
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