Thematic grant calls

Besides regular funding rounds, we also organise thematic grant calls. The aim of the thematic calls is to promote a multi-disciplinary approach and draw attention to current phenomena in the fields of Finnish research, arts and culture.
Bold Makers Jenni Saarenketo, Tiina Vaittinen, Johanna Nurmi & Jose Cañada. Photo: Katja Tähjä / Kone Foundation

Over the years 2016–2020, thematic grant calls will, in particular, be organised under the themes of The Changing “Neighbournesses” of Finland  programme. 

Previous thematic grant calls:

  • 2018 Our vital neighbours
  • 2017 Neighbour dialogues
  • 2017 Ecological compensations in society and culture
  • 2016 Funding for language learning
  • 2015 Description of Uralic language
  • 2014–2015 Is Finland Becoming Polarized?
  • 2012–2016 The Kone Foundation Language Programme
  • 2011 Population Change
  • 2010 The Significance of Biodiversity
  • 2008 Evolutionary Perspectives on the Human Sciences
  • 2008 Grants for Non-fiction Publications and Translations of Non-fiction
  • 2007 Study of Finnish Language Non-fiction Literature and Non-fiction Writing
  • 2007 Grants for Non-fiction Publications and Translations of Non-fiction
  • 2006 Scientific Analysis of Finland’s Long-Term Environmental Records
  • 2006 Grants for Non-fiction Publications and Translations of Non-fiction
  • 2005 1905– The Beginning of Radical Change
  • 2002–2004 Kone Foundation Project Grants for Young Researchers’ Group Projects

Read more about the thematic grant calls and programmes here

 

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