2020 Raoul Wallenberg Human Rights Research Grant Programme – Turkey
Deadline: 1 May 2020
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute Turkey Human Rights Capacity Development Programme is delighted to announce a call for applications for the Raoul Wallenberg Human Rights Research Grant Programme.
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Raoul Wallenberg-Human Rights Research Grant Program (RW-İHAHP) in Turkey,
Increasing the number of academic research and publications in human rights and humanitarian law,
It aims to support the creation of common work spaces by encouraging young academics and independent researchers to conduct research on current human rights issues.
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The maximum amount awarded per research project is 22,000 TL.
The grant period is limited to six months and ends on December 31, 2020.
A maximum of five research projects which tackle one or more issues related to human rights in Turkey will be awarded.
The citizens of the Republic of Turkey academics working in the field of human rights, master’s or doctoral students and independent researchers can apply for grants.
During the research the person who the applicant is required to reside in Turkey. temporarily residing outside Turkey T. C. its citizens cannot apply for a grant.
The applicant can continue the research individually or with a research group. If the application is to be made on behalf of a research group, the applicant researcher will work as a “Research Coordinator”. Undertakes, In the event that the research is entitled to receive a grant, the research coordinator takes place as a party to the contract with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute (RWI).
Research groups are formed with the participation of individuals. Research proposals, including commercial and / or government agencies, are not evaluated.
Each applicant can participate in the program with more than one application. If more than one of the applications qualifies for a grant, only the highest rated research proposal is supported
Note: The programme is open to Turkish citizens only. Academics, graduate students, and independent scholars working on human rights related subjects are encouraged to apply.
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For more information, visit https://rwi.lu.se/2020/04/applications-open-for-research-grant-programme-in-turkey-2020/