Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) has developed various actions and offerings to support the integration of refugees. Central Website
Support for at-risk academics at post -doctoral level
- Philipp Schwartz Initiative launched by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Fellowships and promotion of the awareness of the scientific community of situations faced by threatened and displaced researchers. Read more
- Scholars at Risk Global Network (SAR)
KIT is one of the twenty founding members of the German Section of SAR, and is also represented in the section's steering group. Read more
- More information on initiatives, platforms and networks in support of refugees and threatened researchers at KIT and other universities or entities - please see here.
- World Science Café – Next lecture 19th July 2017
- Scholars at Risk Network 2018 Global Congress – 23th - 26th April, 2018, Berlin, Germany
"The Scholars at Risk Network 2018 Global Congress will be held in Berlin, Germamy, 23-26 April, 2018, in partnership with the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Freie Universität Berlin, and Scholars at Risk Germany Section.
The SAR Global Congress provides an opportunity for members and partners to gather, share experiences hosting at-risk scholars, learn about new activities for faculty, staff, and students, and discuss current issues and strategies for promoting academic freedom and related higher education values. The 2016 SAR Global Congress in Montreal drew more than 180 people from 87 universities in 37 countries for four days of workshops, keynotes, plenaries, section meetings, and parallel sessions."
- World Science Café ( ZAK in co-operation with IScO, funded within the Philipp Schwartz Initiative)
- Lecture series featuring at-risk academics along with other scholars on topics related to academic freedom, refugees, working in exile
- Programs on 30th November 2016, 1st February 2017 and 15th February 2017 (Foyer Building 11.30, Campus South)
- More information
- The first Workshop of the German SAR Section “aiming at facilitating the exchange of expertise and best practices amongst institutions in Germany” will be held on April 27th to 28th, 2017 in Berlin. Information will be updated continuously.
Lecture (in German) December 8th 2016 – 5.30 pm - Building 01.12
Martin Gommel: „Idomeni – Das Warten der Geflüchteten“
- Presentations about the Philipp Schwartz Initiative and the Scholars at Risk Network at
- 12th Humboldt-Tag at KIT 27th Oktober 2016
- 9. Annual Meeting of the German Society of Humboldtians 28th -29th October 2016, at KIT
- Workshop on Philipp Schwartz Initiative in the frame of International Networking Days (Intranet) at KIT on September 28th