The King Baudouin Foundation and the European Policy Centre are offering two remunerated fellowships (€24,000 each) to support researchers and staff of Ukrainian think tanks, whose work is being impeded by the war, to enable them to continue their activities abroad.
Possible areas of specific focus will include Ukrainian foreign and security policy, EU-Ukraine relations, energy security, energy transition, misinformation and the role of civil society. The fellows will be hosted by the European Policy Centre in Brussels, initially for one year.
To apply, read the call for applications and send your CV and cover letter outlining your ideas for activities to be part of the fellowship to email@example.com by 15 April 2022.
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