Станом на 9 березня 2022 р.
ЗАРУБІЖНИХ УНІВЕРСИТЕТІВ, ІНШИХ НАУКОВИХ ЦЕНТРІВ
ТА ФУНДАЦІЙ НА ПІДТРИМКУ УКРАЇНСЬКИХ ВЧЕНИХ,
ЯКІ ОПИНИЛИСЯ В НЕБЕЗПЕЦІ
A list of emergency initiatives in German and other European universities for Ukrainian scholars: https://ukrainet.eu/2022/02/25/20220224/
Here's a huge spreadsheet of labs and departments who are willing to invite a Ukrainian scholar individually: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jGFCqP2kj1ZAN6xy6EoRN1bozaggk9VEsbzYaIkkYcQ/htmlview
The list of the major initiatives and networks supporting scholars at risk:
Academy in Exile offers two-year fellowships to excellent scholars who are at risk in their home countries due to their engagement or research.
Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA) http://www.cara.ngo/ supports endangered scientists residing in Great Britain.
DAAD Students at Risk - Hilde Domin Program https://www.daad.de/en/study-and-research-in-germany/scholarships/hilde-domin-programm/ offers a fellowship for students and doctoral candidates from across the globe, who are at risk of being formally or de facto denied educational or other rights in their country of origin, and give an opportunity to begin or complete a study or research degree at a higher education institution in Germany.
Einstein Foundation https://www.einsteinfoundation.de/de/programme/wissenschaftsfreiheit/ offers visiting fellowships to at-risk scholars at Berlin-based academic institutions.
Mellon Fellowship Program of the Columbia Global Center in Amman https://globalcenters.columbia.edu/content/fellowship-program-emerging-displaced-scholarsoffers 12-month fellowships to emerging displaced scholars working in the humanities and humanistic social sciences.
Philipp Schwartz Initiative of the Humboldt Foundation https://www.www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/philipp-schwartz-initiative.html enables German universities and scientific institutions to provide endangered researchers with a scholarship for two years.
Scholar Rescue Fund https://www.scholarrescuefund.org/for-scholars grants one-year scholarships for research stays of endangered scholars at universities and research institutions worldwide.
The Science in Exile https://scienceinexile.org/ initiative fellowship program aims to provide displaced and refugee scholars and scientists who have not yet found a safe and long-term host country to pursue doctoral and postdoctoral studies in Pakistan, at institutions members of the COMSTECH Consortium of Excellence.
Threatened Scholars Integration Initiative https://opensocietyuniversitynetwork.org/education/threatened-scholars-initiative/#:~:text=The%20Threatened%20Scholars%20Integration%20Initiative,and%20identities%2C%20or%20other%20risks.%23:~:text=The%20Threatened%20Scholars%20Integration%20Initiative,and%20identities%2C%20or%20other%20risks. offers residential fellowships to involve teaching regular curriculum, seminars, and network courses, and contributing to institutional and independent research projects and non-residential fellowships (virtual affiliations) that involves working from a remote location while teaching and participating in either independent or network-based research.
Volkswagen Foundation https://www.volkswagenstiftung.de/unsere-foerderung/unser-foerderangebot-im-ueberblick/förderangebot-für-geflohene-wissenschaftler-innenoffers funding for integrating at-risk scholars into previously funded or ongoing projects
The Open Society University Network also has a Threatened Scholars Integration Initiative 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.”
Member institutions include Bard College in the US and LSE, Birkbeck, and SOAS in the UK.
https://www.volkswagenstiftung.de/en/funding/our-funding-portfolio-at-a-glance/funding-for-refugee-scholars-and-scientists-from-ukrainehttps://www.sucho.org/ (Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online, a program through Yale University to preserve Ukrainian websites