The Trust’s vision is to contribute to a tolerant and inclusive society in which people of all ethnicities, religions and cultures live together with mutual understanding, and respect the rights of the individual. Following its founder’s wishes, the Trust supports postgraduate researchers at UK universities.
The Trust’s vision is to contribute to a tolerant and inclusive society in which people of all ethnicities, religions and cultures live together with mutual understanding, and respect the rights of the individual.
From 2002 to 2015/2016, the Trust supported 24 scholars studying for PhDs at University College London and the London School of Economics and Political Science. From Autumn 2016, the Trust supports PhD students at Birkbeck, University of London. From Autumn 2020, the Trust will also support part time MA/MSc students.
Separately from The Bonnart Trust, in 2000 Freddy Bonnart-Braunthal endowed a scholarship in his name at UCL. This has the same broad purposes as The Bonnart Trust and is administered independently by UCL. Information can be found here.
The Trust's new website
The Bonnart Trust is excited to have launched its new website focused on highlighting the work of its scholars.
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The Trust is a registered UK Charity and is governed by five volunteer Trustees and an administrator.
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