Giving Tuesday 2023

On November 28, let's support research in the humanities and social sciences
Giving Tuesday
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Giving Tuesday celebrates generosity and philanthropy every year across the globe.

Following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, this movement takes the focus away from consuming, and instead encourages people to create positive change in their communities. This year Giving Tuesday falls on November 28th. 

Why support the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme?

For 60 years, the FMSH has been advancing knowledge through the humanities and social sciences. Recognised as a public utility, the Foundation supports the freedom and independence of research, fosters scientific innovation, and champions access to knowledge for all.

By making a donation to the Foundation, you are committed to working with the FMSH to:

  • Defend freedom of research

  • Connect scientific communities and Improve global dialogue

  • Support NextGen humanities and social sciences scholars

  • Bring science and society closer

Every year, the FMSH enables nearly 400 researchers from all over the world to pursue their work in France or abroad while its knowledge dissemination platforms provide access to over 70,000 scientific resources.

Find out more about our work
Programme de mobilité Atlas

Mobility and cooperation programmes

Programmes that facilitate the circulation of researchers and the development of international research networks.
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Éditions de la MSH

An original catalog in humanities and social sciences, echoing the disciplinary debates and the concerns of our time.
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Maison Suger

A research residence dedicated to foreign researchers invited to stay in Paris by French institutions.
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A free and open-access audiovisual platform dedicated to science, offering more than 40,000 videos and podcasts .


Financial support to enable field projects and reward the work of junior researchers.

Diffusion of publications

A service dedicated to the promotion and availability of 30,000 references in the humanities and social sciences from over 60 scientific publishers.
Published at 27 November 2023