Financial statement

The C²DH is the third interdisciplinary research centre of the University of Luxembourg and benefits from public funding through the University of Luxembourg.

The Centre’s development also relies on the acquisition of third-party funding, which represents more than a third of the resources used by the Centre in 2020:

  • In particular, the C²DH has consolidated its position in terms of competitive research by obtaining funding from the CORE, INTER (AFR and DFG), COVID19 and RESCOM programmes run by the Fonds National de la Recherche (National Research Fund) and the European “Connecting Europe Facility” programme.
  • The Centre also benefited from the support of its local partners with the launch of a project on the history of the spoliation of Jewish property in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (1930s - 1950s), supported by the Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Shoah, a project on the institutional history of the Labour and Mines Inspectorate (ITM), supported by the ITM and the Ministry of Labour, and the development of new cooperation and financial support in connection with the European Capital of Culture 2022.

In 2020, the Centre also received funding from the Institute for Advance Studies (IAS) of the University of Luxembourg for the launch of the LuxTIME project in cooperation with the LIST and the LCSB.

C²DH Expenses

Salary costs 7,956,666.46
Sub-contracting 27,436.22
Investments 25,273.56
Travel 60,829.49
Operating expenses 585,802.75
Total 8,656,008.48

C²DH Consumed Incomes

University of Luxembourg (UL) 5,645,675.57
Fonds National de la Recherche (FNR) 1,488,824.24
Partners 1,521,508.67
Total 8,656,008.48

see also

The C²DH is built on a governance model aimed at empowering all people working at the Centre, focusing on strengths and skills and driven by the principle of “shared authority and shared responsibility”.