Recruitments: Honorary staff to support scientists and students at risk

The German Association for East European Studies (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde, DGO) and the Akademisches Netzwerk Osteuropa e.V. (akno e. V.) are jointly setting up an emergency unit to support academics and students from Ukraine who have fled the war and politically persecuted academics and students from Russia and Belarus. The aim is to place affected persons at universities and non-university institutions in Germany.

They are looking for a dedicated team leader and three project staff members. The remuneration is based on donations raised on a fee basis.

For more details on the application procedure, please see the linked job advertisements above.

 

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