Funding

The Russia and Eurasia Programme seeks support from organizations which recognize the importance of independent and rigorously objective policy-focused research which will further understanding of the changing dynamics of this region.

The programme funds its activities through a combination of project grants from international organizations, government departments and private foundations; fellowship support; and discretionary donations from the corporate sector.

All research programmes and staff adhere to the Chatham House Principles for Independent Research and Convening. For further information on Chatham House’s overall funding, please visit the Our Funding pages.

Current Supporters

The Russia and Eurasia Programme would like to thank the following organizations for their current support of our work:

  • AIG
  • Alaco Limited
  • BP
  • Chevron Ltd
  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 
  • ExxonMobil
  • GPW
  • JETRO
  • JKX Oil & Gas
  • JP Morgan Chase & Co
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Robert Bosch Stiftung
  • Shell
  • Smith Richardson Foundation 
  • Statoil
  • TOTAL

Value for supporters

The Russia and Eurasia Programme offers the opportunity to support leading independent research addressing the domestic and international politics of Russia and the independent states of Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus and Central Asia. The programme brings together the best thinking on the changing dynamics of these countries, as well as their implications for the West and the wider world.

Chatham House’s unparalleled convening power allows us to attract the most influential figures from and the best analysts on the region. The programme holds approximately 50 expert roundtables each year, with speakers ranging from heads of state, foreign ministers and opposition figures to political scientists, economists and energy specialists. Meetings are usually small and invitation-only, involving presentations by visiting speakers or in-house researchers followed by questions and open discussion with invited experts. Often held under the Chatham House Rule to encourage free and frank exchange, the roundtables provide an invaluable resource for information from the most significant experts and policymakers from and on the region.

Contact

For more information on any aspect of our work, please contact Ľubica Polláková, Manager, Russia and Eurasia Programme