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Consolidated resources:

Non-residential offers (List)

Offers from international organizations & initiatives:

  • Cara (the Council for At-Risk Academics) provides urgently-needed help to academics in immediate danger, those forced into exile, and many who choose to work on in their home countries despite serious risks. Cara also supports higher education institutions whose work is at risk or compromised
  • CLARIN ERIC’s, which is a digital infrastructure offering data, tools and services to support research based on language resources, initiative aimed at supporting Ukrainian researchers. CLARIN ERIC is open to various modes of cooperation and support to Ukrainian research community via the following  support tools
  • Early Career Funding Opportunities, John Hopkins University list
  • EMBO list of life scientists across Europe and beyond offering to host Ukrainian researchers in their labs
  • Endangered Scholars Worldwide is an initiative dedicated to raising public awareness and support for intellectuals, academics, researchers, and students who have been threatened, silenced, or imprisoned simply for doing their scholarly work or speaking out against the injustices around them
  • HFSPO helps scientists affected by the war in Ukraine. HFSPO encourages and calls upon the global HFSP research community, through its currently supported frontier research grants and postdoctoral fellowships, to propose initiatives to help affected scientists. These initiatives should be connected to the scientific activities of their respective HFSP Research Grant or Fellowship. For this purpose, HFSPO welcomes brief proposals. For further details about the application process, please contact the HFSPO Secretariat (Click here to show mail address). This initiative will remain open until further notice or as long as resources remain available
  • International Association of Research Institutes in the History of Art (RIHA): The RIHA’s Board invites to share knowledge about colleagues who are in danger and seeking international help, by writing to
  • InSPIREurope is a Europe-wide initiative to support researchers who are at risk due to discrimination, persecution, suffering or violence
  • The Institute of International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund (IIE-SRF) is the only global program that arranges, funds, and supports fellowships for threatened and displaced scholars at partnering higher education institutions worldwide
  • NEP4DISSENT established an Emergency Fund for Ukrainian Scholars. Funded can be short-term scientific missions and virtual mobility grants. Start of the project: as soon as possible. End of the project: 15 April 2022 (due to available funding limitations)
  • Photonic Aid for Ukraine (PA4UA) is the platform, which helps Ukrainian professionals in optics and photonics to find a similar job in this industry outside their country. Along with this we hold a helpline to give PA4UA users reliable information about their stay in Poland and a Telegram-channel, where we share other opportunities in STEM for Ukrainians
  • The Scholar Rescue Fund: funding provider for endangered researchers worldwide, it also helps researchers and research institutions with contacts and consultancy.
  • Scholars at Risk works with its global network of higher education institutions around the world to arrange short-term, temporary research and teaching positions for threatened scholars. We also provide advisory, referral, and career support services for scholars
  • Threatened Scholars Integration Initiative (TSI) offers Fellowships in Open Society University Network (OSUN) institutions, a network of over 40 teaching and research institutions around the world, for scholars who have lost their academic positions or cannot remain in their home countries due to threats or actions from authoritarian regimes, persecution for their views or identities, or other risks. 

Offers structured by location:

Jobs4Ukraine (Dedicated Job Portals)

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