The aim of the ambitious MOVE (The Moving Frontier: the Changing Geography
of Production in Labour Intensive Industries) project was to examine
the impacts associated with the integration of economic activity in
Since 2005, the annual HERA (Humanities in the European Research Area)
conferences have brought together humanities scholars, policy-makers
and other stakeholders to discuss the position and responsibility of
humanities in a rapidly changing world. This year's conference (Strasbourg,
8-9 October 2008) is the first time researchers financed by major European
research funders for the humanities will be participating.
The aim of the Lisbon Strategy is to make Europe 'the most competitive
and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable
economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion'.
Network to foster cooperation among the National Contact Points (NCPs) for Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities in FP7. Read more...
The FEMAGE (Needs for Female Immigrants and their Integration in Ageing Societies) project looked at ways of addressing some of the challenges affecting Europe's social cohesion and demographic future. Read more...