The focus of the project is on organising workshops, meetings, promotional activities, as well as advocacy towards relevant national ministries. Through appointed National Focal Points the efforts are concentrated on maximising the likelihood that as many countries as possible are granted Guest or Membership status for Round 10. This project is part of the broader Horizon 2020 project – Sustain 2. SUSTAIN 2 is a 36-month project funded from the European Commission, due to be implemented from January 2020 until December 2022.
On Thursday, February 22, the Western Balkans European Social Survey Regional Network (WBESS) and the Institute of Social Sciences (IDN) organized a one-day workshop for young IDN researchers on the potential of statistical analyzes…
RT @federoss_: 📣 New article with @meuleb and @SharonBaute on support for demanding active labour market policies in Europe using @ESS_Surv…Read More
Find out more about the Chapel Hill Expert Survey (@ches_data) by watching our latest survey methods webinar. @sethkjolly (@SyracuseU 🇺🇸) and @With2Ks (@Uni_of_Essex 🇬🇧) delivered the latest event in our series, organised with @CityUniLondon and @NatCen.Read More
RT @JofHSB: Socioeconomic status is related to health outcomes—but how? In the Sept issue, @RossMacmillan4 & Michael J. Shanahan explore ho…Read More
Our next #survey methods webinar, organised with @CityUniLondon and @NatCen, will be held from 12pm (BST) on Wednesday 19 October. @_R_K_Singh (@gesis_org 🇩🇪) will deliver a very topical presentation on harmonizing #data collected using different modes. https://t.co/7M5NCtgcyJRead More