Sharing Solidarity with Migrants
Youth Meet on “Ethics of Solidarity, Care and Protection” held in India in collaboration with the IWM.
New Policy Paper for Reinvigorating EU-Enlargement
In view of the upcoming summit of the European Council, IWM Europe’s Futures Fellows and alumni have proposed six fixes for the enlargement process.
IWM Announces Recipients of Residential Fellowships for Scholars from Ukraine
Civilisations, Barbarity, Conquest, Legitimacy and Crimes of War: Transcript
This public event took place in the IWM Library on 31 May 2022, with John Dunn. The Russian invasion of Ukraine in February of this year has cast a glaring new light on a very old but ever more urgent question. In his lecture John Dunn asked, if…
New Visiting Fellows Starting in June
In June, five visiting fellows will start their fellowship at the IWM. You can learn more about their individual fellowships and research projects by clicking on their names.
Milestones of Transit – Europäische Revue 1990 – 2017
Readers can now browse through the beloved journal's history in new interactive timelines.
Permanent Fellow Timothy Snyder Receives Tryzub "Friend of Ukraine" Award
IWM Permanent Fellow Timothy Snyder has been honored with the Friend of Ukraine Tryzub Award on May 12 2022. Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister of Canada presented him with the award in recognition of his contributions to and support to…
Die Macht der Demografie
Ein Abend am IWM mit Sozialwissenschaftler Rainer Münz und Politologe Ivan Krastev über das politische Trauma einer schrumpfenden Gesellschaft.
Minister Leonore Gewessler meets with Digital Humanism fellows
The IWM’s first Digital Humanism fellows – Visiting Fellow Edward A. Lee and the two Junior Visiting Fellows Nena Močnik and Kieran Hegarty – were invited to the Austrian Federal Ministry for Climate Action to present their work and exchange ideas…
Europes Futures Fellows Suggest New Bold Vision for Europe
The 2021/2022 Europe's Futures Fellows have written a joint article, demonstrating why the war in Ukraine shows there is no place for complacency in Europe. They argue that now is the time for new ideas, partnerships, and building deterrents.
New Visiting Fellows Starting in May
In May, seven visiting fellows will start their fellowship at the IWM. You can learn more about their individual fellowships and research projects by clicking on their names.
Two-Month Fellowships for Scholars from Ukraine
The IWM is offering 18 new two-month fellowships for outstanding Ukrainian scholars, funded by the City of Vienna.