The Netherlands Institute for the Near East appreciates being mentioned as a sponsor of projects that we help fund.
NINO grantees – i.e., persons who have received confirmation from the Netherlands Institute for the Near East that their application has been (partially) approved – are encouraged to mention NINO as a subsidy provider in their project, research trip, conference, etc. Visiting Research Fellows are encouraged to mention their affiliation with NINO when appropriate.
Grantees and Visiting Research Fellows may use the NINO logo to indicate NINO’s support where appropriate, e.g. on a conference poster or in a Powerpoint presentation. Please use an official version of our logo: download the ZIP file (right-click on the link and save the file to your device) or copy the image below.
Please use either the abbreviation NINO (all capitals) or the correct full name The Netherlands Institute for the Near East (equivalents in Dutch and French are found in the header of this page).
Please note: if your project is sponsored by several subsidy givers, make sure that all are mentioned in a way proportionate to their contributions.
If you post any updates on your project on social media, we appreciate being tagged when relevant. We may also share an announcement for an event that NINO helps to fund, if it is open to colleagues, students, and/or the broader public. Our social media handles are found in the footer of this page. NINO is part of the Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS) at Leiden University’s Faculty of Humanities, and these entities also have social media presences.
Please note that recipients of an Incoming Mobility Grant are grantees, not fellows. Guests are very welcome to spend time researching (in) the NINO library or other NINO collections, and are not usually regarded as grantees or fellows.