Current Projects

COhort cOmmunity Research and Development Infrastructure Network for Access Throughout Europe

2021-04-01 - 2025-03-31

COORDINATE brings together 19 partners from 14 countries that will initiate the community of researchers and organisations that will drive forward the coordinated development of comparative birth cohort panel survey research in Europe. COORDINATE will facilitate improved access to existing survey data on child wellbeing, increase longitudinal survey capacity across Europe, extend the Growing Up in Digital Europe (GUIDE/Eurocohort) survey network, and initiate the GUIDE survey with a large-scale cohort pilot survey in Croatia, Finland, France and Ireland.


Supporting INclusive development of community-based long-term CARE services through multi-stakeholder participatory approaches

2020-11-01 - 2023-10-31

InCARE will contribute to a coherent approach to the development of LTC policy and care services at local and regional level by establishing socially innovative and participatory decision-making processes bringing together multiple stakeholders.


Technical support for the Development and Update of EUROMOD

2021-02-19 - 2023-02-18

EUROMODupdate3 draws on the previous update rounds (2009-2011 and 2012-2020) and aims to further develop and update the EUROMOD microsimulation model. A Policy Update 2021–2024 and subsequent updates to 2019 (in 2021) –20–21 and 2022 EU-SILC data are part of this round.


Enhancing the collection and analysis of national data on intra-EU posting

2021-02-01 - 2022-07-31

Posting.Stat brings together a consortium of universities and research centres from 10 different Member Statesto promote the evidence basis through the collection and analysis of national micro-data. The geographical scope of the project covers the six main ‘sending’ Member States (Germany, Poland, Italy, Spain, Slovenia and Luxembourg) and the six main ‘receiving’ Member States (Germany, France, Belgium, Austria, the Netherlands and Luxembourg) of posted workers. Extracting administrative micro-data from the competent public authorities, complemented by desk research as well as by expert interviews, should result in more accurate figures on the scale, characteristics and impact of intra-EU posting, both in the main receiving and sending Member States.


Secure Mobility: Uncovering gaps in the social protection of posted workers

2021-01-01 - 2022-06-30

The project aims to improve the evidence base for policy regulating posted work, by collecting and analysing (via focus groups) narratives from posted workers about how their work shapes their lives, and affects their economic security.