FORTHCOMING EVENTS, September – December 2023

September 2023

  • 04-05/09, Bonn

Erasmus+ Newcomer Seminar for Erasmus+ University Coordinators
Registration for the event is available under the link.

  • 04-17/09, Edinburgh & online

Annual summer events programme “Curious”, organized by the Royal Society of Edinburgh, includes a wide range of discussions, talks, workshops, exhibitions and tours. The detailed program is available under the link.

  • 15-17/09, Vilnus

International congress “Rethinking Ukraine and Europe: New Challenges for Historians”

  • 16/09, 17.00 – 19.00, EDT, Shevchenko Scientific Society, New York

Understanding Ukraine. Between Trauma and the New Reality with Yevhen Hlibovytsky

This talk will focus on Ukraine’s trajectory of development, how it failed conventional analytical tests, and the country’s future prospects. Yevhen Hlibovytsky will look into Ukraine’s security, demography, political culture, religions, economy, and governance and will explain how these factors impact Ukraine’s future options. Yevhen Hlibovytsky is a lecturer at Ukrainian Catholic University and a public intellectual who has been actively studying how cultural factors influence institution building and long-term prospects for Ukraine.

  • 19-20/09, Magdeburg & online

Erasmus+ Annual Meeting in Higher Education “Erasmus+ at your higher education institution: state of play, opportunities, challenges”

  • 19-20/09, online

Seminar “Social responsibility of universities – opportunities and challenges of internationalisation” within the International DAAD Academy. Registration for the event is open until 22/08/2023.

  • 21/09, 18.30 – 20.00, CET, Centre for East European and International Studies, Berlin

Narrating Every Day Life During War Time in Ukraine: Panel discussion and opening of the photo exhibition ‘Ukraine: War and Resistance’, organized by ZOiS Forum in cooperation with PRISMA UKRAÏNA und Fulbright Ukraine.

  • 21/09, online

University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons, Switzerland: Integrity Talk Series “Anti-Corruption Trends and Challenges in the EU – Discussing Types of Anti-Corruption Practices”, Speaker: Dr Oksana Huss, Researcher in the BIT-ACT research project at the University of Bologna, Italy, and a lecturer at the Anti-Corruption Research and Education Centre, Ukraine/Co-founder of the Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Network/ DUAG member.

  • 21/09, 16.30 – 18.00, CEST, online

Info Talks on DFG Funding Opportunities for Research Careers: DFG Funding Opportunities for Postdocs

  • 22/09, 18.00 – 19.30, EDT, Shevchenko Scientific Society, New York

Exhibition “Ukraine in Ruins 1941–42, 2022–23. Paintings by Alexander Motyl”

  • 22-23/09, Darmstadt 

(in German) 9. Internationale Konferenz „Schreiben im herkunftssprachlichen Unterricht“. Program

Info Talks on DFG Funding Opportunities for Research Careers: Emmy Noether Programme

  • 26/09, online

German-Ukrainian Academic Society, Science First Hand Lecture Series: “Ukrainian as a heritage language in Germany: from experience to language planning”, by Dr Oksana Turkevych, Associate Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Applied Linguistics of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv/ Visiting Scholar at the Humboldt University of Berlin (MSCA4Ukraine Fellow)

  • 26-29/ 09, Rotterdam

33rd Annual European Association for International Education (EAIE) Conference and Exhibition, including:

    • Session 06.01: Spotlight on Ukraine
    • Session 02.12: Promoting education and workforce access for Ukrainian refugees in Poland and beyond
    • Poster 220: Study On, Ukraine! A welcome semester for Ukrainian refugees
    • Session 02.17: What’s new in Poland: Solidarity with Ukraine – European Universities Alliances
    • Session 07.02: A special inbound mobility programme for Ukrainian students during the war
  • 27/09, 17:00 19:30, CET, Prague & online

UA-CZ Meetup, co-organised by the newly founded Czech-Ukrainian Scientific Society. The event includes the presentation of the organisation, followed by a discussion on how to build a scientific career in the Czech Republic.

  • 27-28/09, Berlin

Education in times of war – German-Ukrainian University cooperation between emergency aid and future scenario, DAAD

  • 27/09, Berlin & online

“Ukraine: Threats to Cultural Heritage in Wartimes – Not Only the Khanenko Museum Example” by Dr. Hanna Rudyk (Technische Universität Berlin/Khanenko National Museum of Arts in Kyiv), Olena Balun (Ukraine Art Aid Center), Prof. Beate Störtkuhl (Bundesinstitut für Kultur und Geschichte der Deutschen im östlichen Europa) and Ariane Afsari (Deutsches Kulturforum östliches Europa in Potsdam)

  • 28-29/09, Essen

Ukraine Days in North Rhine-Westphalia, including the Annual Meeting of the German-Ukrainian Academic Society and the Final of the UKRAINET PhD Contest (see the list of finalists here)

  • 28-29/09, Ottawa, Canada

17th Annual Danyliw Research Seminar on Contemporary Ukraine. Call for proposals from researchers in the field of political science, anthropology, sociology, history, law, economics and related disciplines in the social sciences and humanities is open until 21.06.2023. The topics related to the current war and to Ukrainian studies in general may be submitted. 


October 2023

  • 2/10, 14:00 CEST, Prague (Institute of Slavonic Studies of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (Valentinská 1, Praha 1, 3 patro) & online

Round table “Human Identity in Eastern Europe”

The roundtable is organised by the Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Institute of Slavonic Studies of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Collegium Europaeum of the Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech-Ukrainian Scientific Society. The roundtable will be held in Ukrainian. The event is organised with support and within the project under MSCA4Ukraine scheme.

The access to the online event is provided under the link.

  • 5/10, online

HUMBOLDT4UKRAINE: Online Networking Forum. Aimed at all Ukrainian researchers currently working in Germany, Ukraine and elsewhere, as well as members of the broader academic community. We would like to hear from those directly affected and discuss how Ukrainian researchers and science in Ukraine can be best supported. We shall also explore what factors will influence the decision of displaced researchers to return to Ukraine, when it is safe to do so, and how they can potentially contribute to the strengthening of the Ukrainian higher education and research sector. A summary of the discussion is intended to inform the research funding organisations and other decision-makers on establishing future effective longer-term funding and collaboration formats.

  • 5-7/10, Wroclaw (Poland)

Workshop for young researchers “Genocide in History and Law“, organised by the German-Ukrainian Historical Commission (DUHK/УНІК) conjointly with Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies.
The main focus of the workshop will lay on the Genocide convention of the UN Charta and its applicability to different case studies, up to the current Russian-Ukrainian war. The deadline for applications is 01/05/2023.

  • 17/10, online

Online-workshop „R&D collaboration between Ukraine and North Rhine-Westphalia”. NRW.Europa / ZENIT as a part of the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) is organizing in collaboration with EEN Ukraine an online workshop to foster bilateral collaboration in the field of science and research. The digital platform “Innovation bridge NRW – Ukrainewas launched in 2022 on the initiative of the Ministry of Science and Culture of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia. The target audience are Ukrainian researchers and scientists who had to leave their country and should be given an opportunity to either continue their work in a different R&D area during this difficult time, or to experience new professional perspectives. The potential of the digital platform as well as further opportunities will be presented during the event in order to support researchers from Ukraine individually and bilaterally in their search for suitable research projects, universities, and research institutions in North Rhine-Westphalia. The event will be rounded off with an overview of cooperation in the field of science and research between universities and research institutions from Ukraine and North Rhine-Westphalia. The preliminary programme and the registration link.

  • 20/10, 15.00-18.00 CET, Berlin, Leibniz Saal of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Discussion on Humanities and Social Sciences in Times of Crises: Back to Provincialism?, organized by the Forum Transregional Studies.

A panel conversation with Pascale Ghazaleh, Banu Karaca, and Viktoria Sereda, chaired by Birgit Meyer, will discuss what sustainable internationality could mean in light of the current crisis-debates, degressive funding, irritable publics and shrinking spaces of civil and academic freedoms in many countries. Further, seven short interventions of Fellows of the Forum’s programs “Europe in the Middle East—The Middle East in Europe”, “Prisma Ukraïna: War Migration and Memory”, and “re:constitution: Exchange and Analysis on Democracy and the Rule of Law in Europe” – Sanabel Abdelrahman, Mina Khanlarzadeh, Lidia Kuzemska, Alia Mossallam, Rim Naguib, Silvia Steininger and Emre Turkut will present an outlook on the themes and questions they have. Registration for the event is available at, a program of the event can be found here.

  • 27-28/10, Padeborn, Germany, Hybrid

Conference: Voices from Ukraine: Women Philosophers and Scientists Against War and Ecocide – History of Women Philosophers and Scientists. The conference is organized by MSCA4Ukraine Fellow Prof. Dr. Kateryna Karpenko, Director of the Center for Gender Education of  National Medical University (KHNMU) & Prof. Dr. Ruth E. Hagengruber, Director of the internationally acting Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists. The talks will be held in English. Discussions can be in English, German and Ukrainian. The speakers include Oksana Zabuzhko (Receiver of France’s Legion of Honor), Dr. Tatiana Perga (Senior Researcher of ‘Institute of World History of National Academy of Science of Ukraine’), Dr. Iryna Utiuzh (Department of Social Sciences, Zaporizhzhia State Medical University), Dariya Tsymbalyuk, Iryna Zamuruyeva, Anna Kudrinova (Sociologist, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy), Yulia Anosova (Ghent University), Iryna Vashkina (Sumy State University, Ukraine), Natalia Matvienko (Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Fisheries), Syntia Nelsen, Pina Piccolo.

November 2023

  • 8-10/11, Vienna (Austria)

An interdisciplinary conference Ukraine’s Altered Landscapes: Losing and Recovering Alterity in the Face of War,  organized by the Ukraine in European Dialogue program at the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) will be held at the Institute for Human Sciences. Interested participants should submit a brief paper abstract (300 words) along with a CV to by 18 September 2023.

  • 10/11, 13.30 – 15.00, CET, online

Info Talks on DFG Funding Opportunities for Research Careers: Walter Benjamin-Programm

  • 15/11, Glinkastr. 24, 10117 Berlin

(in German) Workshop/ Podiumsdiskussion des Wissenschaftlichen Beirat für Familienfragen und des Bundesinstituts für Bevölkerungsforschung (BiB) zur Lage geflüchteter ukrainischer Familien in Deutschland:  Erhebungen und ihre politischen Implikationen. Bitte melden Sie sich per Email an: jacobsc (at) . In Folge des am 24.02.22 begonnenen Angriffskriegs auf die Ukraine begaben sich mehr als eine Million Menschen aus der Ukraine auf die Flucht nach Deutschland. Unter ihnen besonders viele Frauen mit Kindern. Erste Erhebungen, wie die IAB-BiB/FReDA-BAMF-SOEP Befragung, untersuchten unter anderem die Lebensbedingungen und das Wohlbefinden der in Deutschland angekommenen Geflüchteten. Der Wissenschaftliche Beirat für Familienfragen und das Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung (BiB) laden dazu ein, die ersten vorhandenen empirischen Erkenntnisse zur Lage geflüchteter ukrainischer Familien in Deutschland zu diskutieren und politische Konsequenzen daraus abzuleiten. Der erste Teil der Veranstaltung dient dem wissenschaftlichen Austausch. Dabei stellen Forschende, die sich mit quantitativen empirischen Erhebungen befasst haben, ihre Befunde zur Lage der ukrainischen Familien und Kinder vor. Im direkten Anschluss daran werden die politischen Implikationen mit Teilnehmenden aus Politik und Zivilgesellschaft diskutiert. Wie können die empirisch gewonnenen Erkenntnisse sinnvoll und effektiv in die Politik eingespeist werden? Welche Handlungsoptionen hat die Politik hinsichtlich des Umgangs mit geflüchteten Familien?

December 2023

  • 12/12, 14.30 – 16.00, CET, online

Info Talks on DFG Funding Opportunities for Research Careers: DFG-Förderangebote für wissenschaftliche Karrieren (in German)


Video-recordings of some past events/ relevant YouTube channels: