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University of Haifa
Why does the University of Haifa promote 'Anna Lindh Foundation Award' which is named after a vehement anti-Israel senior politician in Europe?

Reminder: Anna Lindh Foundation - Long-term Programmes


For whatever it may be of interest it is still noteworthy to recall
that the person after whom this fund is named was a vehement
anti-Israel senior politician in Europe. This was not at the time so
unusual but as a serving foreign minister and a likely candidate for
future prime-minister in Sweden (had she not been murdered in obscure
circumstances) she went as far as blaming Israel for "crimes against
humanity". That is the worst charge one can make and as far as I can
remember no other senior serving EU official ever did that. It
effectively puts Israel in the same category as the Nazis or other
genocide perpetrators. As I said, just a reminder.

Quoting mbarkai@univ.haifa.ac.il:

> Anna Lindh Foundation - Long-term Programmes
> <http://ra.haifa.ac.il/showpage.asp?Idnn=1101&namef=Anna Lindh
> Foundation
>
> Type of Funding: Grants
> Research discipline(s): Social Sciences, Humanities
> Full Proposal Submission: 30/05/2009
> Eligibility: PhD
>
>
>
>       The Anna Lindh long-term projects aim to encourage lasting
> regional partnerships that can remain viable even after the grant
> programme is completed.
>
>       The Anna Lindh Foundation will award projects focusing on the
> Strategic Fields of Action identified by the Foundation in its triennial
> programme, which are:
>       *       Ideas and Ideologies
>       *       Education
>       *       Cultural Production
>       *       Media
>       *       Religion, Spirituality and Values
>       *       Cities and Diversity
>
> Proposals must be multilateral, with at least 2 European and 2
> Mediterranean partners for the long term program.
>
> Amount: Up to 100,000 EURO
>
>
>
> All the best,
>
> Michal Barkai
>
> Research Authority
>
>

 

http://ra.haifa.ac.il/showpage.asp?Idnn=1101&namef=Anna

Anna - Long-term Programmes
http://www.euromedalex.org/

 


 

Research discipline(s): ALL
Type of Funding: Grants
Description:
An organisation shared and resourced by over forty Euro-Mediterranean countries, to bring people together as a way to promote dialogue between cultures and respect for diversity. The Foundation leads regional initiatives and support local activities carried out by organisations based across civil society which advocate for a better understanding among people, religions and beliefs, and champion human rights and democracy.
Eligibility: PhD
Total Amount: EUR  100,000
Submission Deadline: 30/05/09
Additional Information:
The Anna Lindh Foundation will award projects focusing on the Strategic Fields of Action identified by the Foundation in its triennial programme, which are:
  • Ideas and Ideologies
  • Education
  • Cultural Production
  • Media
  • Religion, Spirituality and Values
  • Cities and Diversity
  • Full Address:
    Anna Lindh Foundation
    P.O. Box 732 El Mansheia
    Alexandria 21111- Egypt
    Forms: http://www.euromedalex.org/grants/call/guidelines
    Guidelines: http://www.euromedalex.org/grants/call/guidelines
    Contact Information:
    Last Update: 01/04/09


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