EU research is exploring issues raised by the regeneration of urban areas and the frequent resulting displacement of existing populations, comparing case studies in both Europe and major Latin American cities.
Measuring Youth Well-being: How a Pan-European Longitudinal Survey Can Improve Policy
This volume presents key findings from the EU funded Measuring Youth Well-being (MYWeB) project which assessed the feasibility of a European Longitudinal Study for Children and Young People (ELSCYP). It draws on the original empirical data from a panel of experts in the field of child well-being as well as field experiences from a number of European countries. MYWeB explored strategies and methodological challenges for involving children and young people in well-being research in order to fight poverty and social exclusion. It does so by evaluating different options to measure the well-being of children and young people across Europe using a child centric approach.
The 3rd report on SSH integration in H2020 has been released
The report is based on projects financed under SSH flagged topics in 2016 which represent the most recent projects for which we have reliable data. Overall results are encouraging and fairly similar to previous findings. However, more efforts are needed to make sure that relevant expertise is included in interdisciplinary projects to address common challenges and create real impact.
Innovation and Cultural Heritage Conference,
20 March 2018
Let's make Europe world leader in heritage-led innovation, launched Commissioners at the Innovation and Cultural Heritage High-level Conference. 300 people assisted to ground-breaking policy debates with Commissioner Moedas, Commissioner Gabriel and Commissioner Navracsics in Brussels Royal Museum of Arts and History.
Saving our landscapes saves our planet
Results of four years of complex transdisciplinary research into agricultural landscapes, cultural heritage and sustainable development are explained by cartoons of the MEMOLA project.
For further results please check out the project website