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SCHOLARSHIPS

UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH – Asia and Europe
At present, the Humer Foundation is supporting the following two doctoral students:

Nina Rageth – Medicine and Religion. Traditional Tamil Medicine in the Context of Religious Institutions

Anusooya Sivaganesan – Forced to Marry. A Human Rights’ Violation within its Euro-Asian Entanglements

 

UNIVERSITY OF SALZBURG – European Union Studies
At present, the Humer Foundation is supporting the following six doctoral students:

sandra hummelbrunner – The Consistency of European External Action

Milena kern – Impacts of EU tax reforms

christian kleinertz – Labour Market Effects of Immigration and Immigration Policy

carina kobler – Cross-border welfare rights and shifting concepts of redistributive justice: a challenge for European integration?

thomas lehner – Governments, Parties and the Public - The multiple layers of conflict during the Euro Crisis

isabel staudinger – The EU and the IMF

 

UNIVERSITY OF BASLE – Africa
At present, the Humer Foundation is supporting the following thee doctoral students:

raja daouah – Emerging Trends, Developments and Opportunities of Islamic Finance: The Moroccan Case

andrea kifyasi – Diplomatic History of China’s Medical Assistance to Africa: A case Study of Tanzania, 1960 - 2015

stephen asol kpabinde – Political Sermons in Kenyas Quest for Democratic Governance between 1986 and 2010: A case study of the selected sermons from the three Anglican Clergy

 

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