The intention of the Writing Workshops is to support early career researchers in developing countries, working to stimulate professional networks, develop research partnerships, encourage skills development, provide advice on career development and promote the uptake of research emanating from devel ... read more and apply
Applications are open for the British Academy Global Professorship Program 2022. This program provides mid-career to senior scholars – active in any discipline within the social sciences and the humanities and based in any country overseas – with the opportunity to work in the UK fo ... read more and apply
Call for application is open for The British Academy Education and Learning in Crises Programme 2020. This programme funds research exploring the challenges of education and learning in contexts of conflict and protracted crises.
In recent years, there has been a heightened focus on the deve ... read more and apply
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