Inspireurope Publications 

The Inspireurope project maps and assesses existing support measures in Europe for researchers at risk, and provides recommendations to policymakers on improving the work environment in Europe for researchers at risk.  Both reports are the result of engagement with a wide range of stakeholders, including researchers at risk, higher education institutions and research organisations with experience in hosting or employing researchers at risk, and NGOs, networks and other projects dedicated to supporting researchers at risk.
 
 

Researchers at Risk: National-Level Actions in Europe

 

In August 2021, the Inspireurope project published Researchers at Risk: National-Level Actions in Europe, led by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation's Philipp Schwartz Initiative and the PAUSE Programme. The report gathers the experiences of 14 national-level initiatives in Europe supporting researchers at risk. The aim is to share knowledge and insights between those already involved in these efforts, and to encourage the development of new national-level initiatives.

 

Researchers at Risk: Mapping Europe's Support

 In November 2020 the Inspireurope project published Researchers at Risk: Mapping Europe's Response, led by the European University Association, documenting the the excellent work already underway in Europe for researchers at risk, as well as gaps and opportunities for future support.