Inspireurope Policy Recommendations Report

The Inspireurope project partners announce the publication of Inspireurope Recommendations: Expanding Opportunities in Europe for Researchers at Risk.

As documented in an earlier Inspireurope report, Researchers at Risk: Mapping Europe’s Response, there is already excellent work underway in Europe in support of researchers at risk. However, there are serious shortfalls in several areas, and there is space to expand programmes and processes at European national and higher education institutional levels. Inspireurope’s policy recommendations report provides concrete suggestions for systemic improvements across Europe, which would benefit international talent with an at-risk background, while at the same time strengthening academic freedom, global research development, and diversity of thought.

Download the report here.

Watch the message by Member of the European Parliament Christian Ehler on the occasion of the launch of Inspireurope policy recommendations: Expanding Opportunities in Europe for Researchers at Risk:


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