Research Fellowships 2019

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The Foundation

The French Red Cross Foundation is a research foundation dedicated to humanitarian and social action. A foundation of public utility (FRUP), it represents the will of the French Red Cross to promote scientific knowledge, ethical reflection and social innovation in order to advance action in the service of the most vulnerable.

Calls for applications

The French Red Cross Foundation supports research on humanitarian and social action by awarding about 10 postdoctoral fellowships each year. Consult our current calls for applications!

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The French Red Cross Foundation is involved at the most local level to invent the humanitarian and social action of tomorrow. You can accompany us in this project. Discover all the ways to act with us.


The Foundation strives to disseminate the knowledge generated by its research activities as widely as possible, in particular through the production of quality, open access publications.

20 February 2019

Research and Expertise Centres of the International Red Cross...

The French Red Cross Foundation organized on 13 and 14 February 2019 in Paris an international workshop in coordination with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) on the role of research and expertise within the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement, to adapt the practices...

14 December 2018

Partnership logics, part of the Foundation’s DNA

La mission de la Fondation revient à construire des ponts entre le monde universitaire, les sociétés civiles de France et d’ailleurs, les acteurs de l’aide, les institutions publiques et les acteurs privés. Tour d’horizon de nos partenariats.

14 December 2018

“Humanitarian actors must give more time to the analysis...

An interview of Laurent Vidal, Director of Research at the French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD), a major partner for the organisation of our yearly scientific seminar in Yaounde

14 December 2018

“Modern medicine could collaborate with the matrons”

The district of Ambovombe-Androy is strongly affected by climate hazards and food insecurity. Located in the south of Madagascar, it also provides an example of a traditional society which is deeply rooted in the lives of the population, with codified behaviours and social relationships. Tantely Andrianantoandro, Foundation research grantee,...

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