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23 Oct. 2012

154.518


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 Signatures Total *)
Albania34 
Argentina114 
Australia435 
Austria5238 
Belarus24 
Belgium10120 
Bosnia-Herzegovina118 
Brasil209 
Bulgaria898 
Canada459 
China374 
Chile111 
Colombia55 
Croatia953 
Cyprus373 
Czech Republic1669 
Denmark1590 
Egypt127 
Estonia405 
Finland3066 
France8946 
FYR of Macedonia90 
Georgia29 
Germany23837 
Greece2161 
Hungary1826 
Ireland1458 
Iceland266 
India242 
Israel1497 
Italy12977 
Japan257 
Latvia640 
Lithuania484 
Luxembourg282 
Malta115 
Mexico113 
Moldova43 
Montenegro20 
Netherlands10765 
New Zealand109 
Norway1045 
Poland3976 
Portugal5367 
Romania1354 
Russia294 
Serbia360 
Singapore34 
Slovak Republic588 
Slovenia1444 
South Africa49 
South Korea35 
Spain19222 
Sweden2781 
Switzerland6518 
Turkey507 
Ukraine250 
United Kingdom14927 
USA2886 
Other252 

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This petition reflects the mobilisation of research communities, including younger scientists, the members of learned societies and of concerned citizens. ERC Starting Grant holders, organised in the Young Academy of Europe, are some of the first signatories of the petition. The petition is coordinated by the Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE).

 

 

 

Contact:

Wolfgang Eppenschwandtner, Initiative for Science in Europe ise@i-se.org
Leif Schröder, Young Academy of Europe lschroeder@fmp-berlin.de

 

no-cuts-on-research.eu unites researchers and organisations across all scientific disciplines, including social sciences and humanities. Driving forces behind the movement include:

 

  • the younger generation of researchers: The Young Academy of Europe has recently been founded by a group of ERC Starting Grant holders. They were quickly joined by other young researcher organisations such as Eurodoc, the European council for doctoral candidates and junior researchers and the Marie Curie Fellows Association.
  • learned societies and scientific organisations, organised within the Initiative for Science in Europe. Having played an instrumental role in the creation of the European Research Council, ISE has been working for a stronger involvement of scientists in policy. ISE includes in its membership the major discipline specific learned societies as well as interdisciplinary organisations such as Euroscience.
  • The petition is supported by university associations such as LERU and by research funders.