Integrated Approaches to Human Migration/Mobility in an Era of Rapid Global Change - Belmont Forum 2022
The call aims at strengthening understanding of the interactions between migration, mobility and contemporary global changes through interdisciplinary research.
Research proposals should deliver on at least two of the three following areas, with cross-cutting linkages across all three areas encouraged:
- studying the many factors influencing migration and mobility, through modelling and data-driven approaches;
- studying and creating integrative governance, legal and policy frameworks around migration/mobility and Global Change;
- studying and integrating data and frameworks on vulnerable communities under a variety of contexts, with perspectives inclusive of the Global South and understudied groups such as women, the elderly, or people with disabilities, Indigenous populations, and Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
Research proposals and consortia should include perspectives from the social and human sciences as well as from the natural and physical sciences, and effectively involve societal partners in order to co-design and co-develop innovative approaches. The transdisciplinary nature of the consortium and the active input of stakeholders (including - but not limited to - relevant policymakers, regulators, NGOs, communities, or industry) is a key criterion and should be clearly demonstrated in the application.
For further information about the abovementioned events, the call themes and general eligibility criteria, applicants are invited to consult the Migration 2022 dedicated webpage on the Belmont Forum’s website: https://www.belmontforum.org/cras#migration2022
For further information about the practical modalities for seeking funding from ANR, national eligibility criteria and funding budgets, please consult the « modalités de participation des partenaires sollicitant une aide de l’ANR » annex and « Funding organization annex – ANR » below.
- List of selected projects
Research proposals must be submitted by the Consortium Lead on the Belmont Forum’s submission platform, BFGO, and adhere to all criteria described in the call text.
In addition, applicants seeking funding from ANR must separately fill out a dedicated financial annex and submit their research proposals (see the “03. Proposal form” template) on ANR’s grant management system, SIM, by 12 August 2022, 22:00 CEST. Submitting their research proposal on SIM is additional to, and not substitute to, the obligation for all to submit their research proposal on the BFGO. For further information, please read carefully the « Modalités de participation pour les partenaires sollicitant une aide de l’ANR ».
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