Refugees from Ukraine
Refugees in Germany: asylum procedure, support, special programmes
Germany saw a significant rise of refugee immigration in 2015, and again in 2022 due to the war in Ukraine. Different support programmes and projects have since been introduced - for example, language ,
and residence, training and funding for refugee researchers, students .
Offers of assistance for Ukrainian students and scientists
The German Academic Exchange Service DAAD has compiled information for Ukrainian students and scientists in view of the war instigated by Russia in February 2022. Students and scientists from Ukraine are offered support and the DAAD invites partners like Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to share their statements and scholarship information, while cooperations with Russia have been put on h old.
Philipp Schwartz Initiative for researchers at risk: stipends for German institutions
The Humboldt Foundation, together with the Federal Foreign Office and diverse foundations, offers stipends to German institutions wishing to host a researcher who is threatened by war or persecution in his or her country. Researchers will be granted full-time placements for 24 months to continue their work in a German Institution, extended funding is possible. This initially temporary programme was placed on a [...]
The Coronavirus - COVID-19 - in Germany: Helpful websites for international users
A collection of English language resources concerning coronavirus and measures against a spread of the pandemic in Germany; work and residence; learning German online.
Inclusive digital education
A policy brief by the European Agency highlighting the potentials of digital education for the education of people with special needs, spanning aspects such as technology from Universal Design to assistive technology, media education, teacher education, involvement of parents and families, social inclusion.