Foundation for Polish Science completed second competition for Polish-Ukrainian research projects


The Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) has settled the second competition for the best Polish-Ukrainian research projects. Within the framework of the FOR UKRAINE programme, an initiative supporting Ukrainian scholars collaborating with Polish scholars, which has been running since March 2022, the FNP has selected three more winning pairs of scientists from Ukraine and Poland. 

One-year project grants were awarded to:

Dr Magdalena Szyszko (Poznan School of Banking) and Dr Olena Motuzka (National Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Auditing, Kyiv), project: “Policy communication, tools and effects during the war. The case of Ukraine and Poland’. 

Dr Michał Federowicz (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences) and Dr Serhii Terepyshchyi (Dragomanov National Pedagogical University, Kyiv), project: “Democratic Values in Educational Practice. The extended presence of Ukrainian children and youth in Polish schools after February 24th, 2022′. 

Dr Ewa Wróblewska-Trochimiuk (Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences) and Dr Yana Hladyr (Krivyi Rih National University, Krivyi Rih), project: “Visual Narratives of Civil Society. The Modern Ukraine Project’.