The Triple-I offers an independent interdisciplinary and informal community for scholars and creative professionals in which to exchange knowledge, experiences and contacts, and to develop new individual or collaborative research projects. The institute offers temporary residencies, regular events and workshops in order to promote interaction between residents. It actively encourages freedom of thought, expression and research, and fosters interdisciplinary work and debate. The institute is committed to excellence in scholarly research without a set research program. Research projects emanate from interactions within the institute community and with civil society. The Triple-I community is thus envisaged as a bottom-up organic international network of scholars and cultural workers that complements traditional academic structures. The institute seeks to provide an interface between traditional academia, early-career researchers and society at large.
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