Category Archive: Studies

April 25, 2018

The ideological divides and the uptake of research evidence – The case of the United Nations World Population Conferences

The authors review policy achievements and missed opportunities of the three last world population forums from a scientific point of view by examining how research evidence was used for informing and transforming global population policies. Download document  

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December 25, 2017

Use of research evidence from Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) for achieving policy and social impacts

Journal article published in: “Moulding” or Overcoming Barriers: Social Sciences in Contemporary Society, December 2017; Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade Dr Dragana Avramov Director, Population and Social Policy Consultants (PSPC), Brussels   Abstract: Science and technology are seen as driving forces of modern society. There is general agreement that they shape many aspects of public […]

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January 24, 2017

Study of the Achievements of Tempus IV Projects in Improving Student Services in Higher Education Institutions in the Western Balkans

This report provides an analysis of the main achievements, the impact and the sustainability of the Tempus IV projects in the development of support services for students at universities in the Western Balkans. The report also identifies obstacles and shortcomings. Student support services are understood to include a broad range of assistance provided to students […]

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February 23, 2016

FP7 ex-post evaluation PEOPLE Specific Programme (2007-2013): Rationale, implementation and achievements

The human resource dimension, a key aspect of the European Research Area (ERA),was endorsed by the March 2000 European Council and ERA is anchored in the 2007 Treaty of Lisbon. Article 179 of the Treaty foresees a single market in which researchers, scientific knowledge and technology will circulate freely. The broader ERA aim is to […]

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