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Υποτροφίες για Ερευνα από το Ελληνικό Παρατηρητήριο του LSE με την υποστήριξη του Ιδρύματος Λεβέντη


Το Ελληνικό Παρατηρητήριο του LSE προσφέρει υποτροφίες για διεξαγωγή έρευνας σε θέματα που σχετίζονται με την Κύπρο. Το νέο πρόγραμμα χρηματοδοτείται από το Ίδρυμα Α.Γ. Λεβέντη.

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The Hellenic Observatory has established a new initiative dedicated to innovative research on Cyprus regarding issues of contemporary academic and policy-relevant significance. The new programme is funded by the A.G. Leventis Foundation. This new programme will be based on research calls put out by the HO for projects to be conducted by external researchers. The purpose of the programme is to develop and support high-quality academic and policy-related research and publications within the social sciences on Cyprus.

The LSE’s Hellenic Observatory invites applications from researchers to conduct high-quality and policy relevant research on contemporary Cyprus. Unless otherwise indicated, projects are eligible for consideration from across the social sciences; have either a domestic or external focus; and/or place Cyprus in comparative perspective. Projects should normally have a clear relevance to public policy in Cyprus.

Research Themes & Level of Awards

1. Small Research Project: GBP £8,000 grant – the project will run for a maximum of 12 months (one award).
Researchers are invited to submit a research proposal on one of the following themes for an award of up to £8,000. Only one successful application will be selected. 

1(a) “The effectiveness and efficiency of judiciary systems: Cyprus and Greece compared”
1(b) “Immigration in Cyprus: Developments, challenges and implications”
1(c) “Youth and politics in Cyprus”.

2. Collaborative Research Project: GBP £25,000 grant - the project will run for a maximum of 24 months (one award)

We invite proposals for collaborative projects on topics relating to the economy, society and/or politics of Cyprus. Proposed projects should be of a maximum duration of 24 months and will have a maximum budget of GBP £25,000. They should be based on a collaboration with a non-Hellenic Observatory LSE academic (Assistant Professor equivalent) or higher, with a target budget for the LSE component in the area of 20-25% of the total budget of the project.  Only one successful application will be selected under this Call (1 award).

Applications are to be submitted electronically by 8 September 2019 (23.59 GMT) in Word format to and the subject line of the email should read “HO Cyprus Call 2019”.

For further information and details on Eligibility and Application Procedure please click here.
For more details on this new Research Programme please click here. Should you have any queries email: .

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