RJ Research initiation

2020/09/30

RJ Research Initiation is intended to initiate activities that will in some way result in new research in the humanities and social sciences.

This support form aims to facilitate initial scholarly processes and help define and delimit various scholarly questions for future research. In this way, it focuses on the phase of the research process in which research ideas are discussed and that precede the research.

As such, RJ Research Initiation is intended to support arranging different types of scholarly meetings, such as conferences, seminars and workshops, and the creation of new research networks through scholarly meetings.

Grants can vary in size, but their purpose is always to initiate new research by stimulating and promoting contacts in the research community.