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- Wellcome welcomes researchers to develop and test innovative ways of making health research open, accessible and reusable with a funding opportunity of up to £50000. Apply through the Wellcome Trust Grant Tracker.
- UNFCCC calls for individuals working on averting, minimizing and addressing loss and damage associated with impacts of climate change to register through their Roster of Experts of the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage.
- The International Research Workshop on Micro-level Analysis of Centrifugal Societies will be held from 20-21 September 2018. Call for papers ends 15 June 2018.
- AERC Collaborative Project calls for proposals for their project “Rethinking Regional Integration in Africa for Inclusive and Sustainable Development – Case Studies” Apply before 15 July 2018.
- The 3-year Global State of Young Scientists in Africa (GloSYS) project collects data from young scientists all over Africa to study their personal and academic environment. Take the GloSYS Africa survey in English or in French or connect to GloSYS on Facebook and Twitter.
- The Second International Symposium: “Social Protection and Growth” will be held in Paris on 9 July; abstracts before 25 May to francois-‐email@example.com and inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. See more details.
- Researchers can subscribe to the DIME Analytics Weekly here http://Tinyletter.com/dimeweekly. Also of interest are the DIME Wiki on http://dimewiki.worldbank.org/ and the ieToolkit on https://worldbank.github.io/ietoolkit summarized in the following blog http://blogs.worldbank.org/impactevaluations/ie-analytics-introducing-ietoolkit
- The Open Society Documentary Photography Project is soliciting submissions for a new joint exhibition and fellowship opportunity focused on the topic of migration, to be featured in Moving Walls at New York. Artists will receive a fellowship of $30,000–$60,000 to support ongoing or future work on the theme of migration.
- The Transition Studies Research Network, a non-profit think tank, is calling for submissions in two academic journals with issues in June and November on a range of topics including Economics, Growth Theories, Identities and Cultures and more.