The EU has announced Covid-19 calls with short time to apply. Deadline is on the 11th of June. If you have exisiting networks this is a golden opportunity. For researchers in working life research there is especially one call o f extra interest: SC1-PHE-CORONAVIRUS-2020-2C – Behavioural, social and economic impacts of the outbreak response The […]
Research Services are pleased to invite you to an information seminar on the European Research Council and Horizon Europe. The European Research Council (ERC) is the Europe’s foremost funder of bottom-up, investigator-driven funding. It supports high-quality frontier research by the best and brightest researchers in Europe, and is one of the most popular and competitive […]
Christopher Mathieu is associated professor of Sociology at Lund University and from April 2015-March 2018 he coordinated the Horizon 2020 funded (€2.5m) project QuInnE (Quality of Jobs and Innovation Generated Employment Outcomes) on innovation, job quality and employment together with researchers from nine universities/research institutes in seven EU countries. Listen to his exciting story about […]
SWOSH aims to strengthen the collaboration between Swedish researchers and the European research community in the field of sustainable work. The network provides information about relevant EU research calls and networking opportunities to react to these calls. It is open to researchers and stakeholders from Sweden as well as all other countries in the EU […]
ILO has recently published a new report about work and global warming. By 2030, the equivalent of more than 2 per cent of total working hours worldwide is projected to be lost every year, either because it is too hot to work or because workers have to work at a slower pace. This report shows […]
SWOSH had a meeting at EPICOH in Wellington on the 1st of May 2019. Download the presentation here.
The objective of SWOSH is to promote Sustainable Work and the participation of Swedish researchers in Horizon 2020 (H2020) and Horizon Europe (FP9) through networking activities, information, capacity building and support. The goal of our activities is to increase the participation of Swedish researchers in the upcoming work programmes as well as ERC (excellent science), […]
This network is the continuation of the advocacy platform for sustainable work in Horizon 2020 which ended in december 2018. If you would like to visit the old webpage and read more about the project, the site is archived here www.sustainablework2020.se