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The King Baudouin Foundation and European Policy Centre offer two fellowships to support Ukrainian think tanks

Civil society / NEWS
European Policy Centre

Date: 22/03/2022
The King Baudouin Foundation and the European Policy Centre (EPC) are offering two fellowships to support researchers and staff of Ukrainian think tanks, whose work is being impeded by the war, to enable them to continue their activities abroad.

Putin's Russia has not only declared war on the Ukrainian people but on liberal and pluralist values at large. It is, therefore, crucial to help those that are dedicated to a free and democratic Ukraine.

The two fellowships, each amounting to 24,000 EUR, will be granted to Ukrainian citizens affiliated with a Ukrainian think tank committed to evidence-based research and democratic values. The successful applicants will be expected to work on the effects and implications of Putin's war of aggression for Ukraine, Europe, the European Union and/or the future global order. Possible areas of specific focus include Ukrainian foreign and security policy, EU-Ukraine relations, energy security, energy transition, misinformation and the role of civil society. The fellows will be hosted by the European Policy Centre in Brussels, initially for one year.

With this initiative, the KBF and EPC aim to ensure that the voices of a democratic Ukraine continue to be heard and supported.

Are you – or do you know – a Ukrainian researcher in need of assistance? Are you affiliated with a Ukrainian think tank (for at least the last two years) with a proven track record of championing democratic and pluralist values? Then read the call for application and send your CV and cover letter outlining your ideas for activities to be part of this fellowship to by 15 April 2022.

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