Fund collaborative research

Fund collaborative research

Europeana Research Grants

Applicants are invited to submit proposals that address challenges and opportunities related to the reuse of cultural heritage data in research, or provide training to build up the digital capabilities of cultural heritage professionals involved in research projects. The Europeana Research Events Grants are made possible by the European Commission's Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Programme.

MIASA/University of Ghana Interdisciplinary Fellow Group (IFG)

The Maria Sibylla Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa (MIASA) is dedicated to research in the Humanities and Social Sciences, with ‘Sustainable Governance’ as its central topic. More specific sub-topics under this umbrella prominently include sustainable democracy, sustainable peace and conflict management and environmental transformation as well as migration and displacement, restitution of cultural objects, and human rights research.

AHRC Follow-on Funding for Impact and Engagement

The AHRC Follow-on Funding for Impact and Engagement Scheme (FoF) provides funds to support innovative and creative engagements with new audiences and user communities which stimulate pathways to impact. Funds will be awarded for knowledge exchange, public engagement, dissemination and commercialisation activities that arise unforeseeably during the lifespan of or following an AHRC-funded project.

AHRC Research Networking

The Research Networking Scheme is intended to support forums for the discussion and exchange of ideas on a specified thematic area, issue or problem. The intention is to facilitate interactions between researchers and stakeholders through, for example, a short-term series of workshops, seminars, networking activities or other events.

EPIM Call for Proposals

Over the past years, the EU and its Member States have been placing an increasing emphasis on reducing irregular migration. The aim to shape effective migration systems and to reduce irregularity can be pursued in different ways. Nonetheless, the need for `migration control´ has so far been primarily interpreted through the lens of deterrence and enforcement. This Call for Proposals is focused on addressing two specific manifestations of such an approach, which hamper humane and sustainable responses to irregularity:

Network of European Foundations (NEF)

NEF is a joint-initiative of a small number of foundations. We are not a membership-based organisation, but all NEF pooled funds/projects are open to other foundations. Every year we work with more than 60 foundations from over 20 countries and various strategic partners.

Our main focus is on enabling better and more strategic collaboration between foundations.

We define our mission as follows: ‘European solidarity through philanthropy for social inclusion, international development and democracy’.

European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM)

The European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM) is a collaborative funding initiative of currently twenty-five grant-making foundations, hosted in the Network of European Foundations (NEF).


Migration is a significant factor in shaping European societies and policies. As a collaborative fund, we link the resources and expertise of foundations to strengthen the role of civil society in building inclusive communities and in developing humane and sustainable responses to migration, based on Europe’s commitment to universal human rights and social justice.

Australia-France Social Science Collaborative Research Program

The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, jointly with the Embassy of France in Australia, is proud to announce the renewal of the Social Science Collaborative Research Program

Applications for funding are now OPEN and will close on 17 November 2019.

Program Objective

This research funding program is intended to foster and reinforce social science collaboration between Australia and France through:

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