New international call relating to well-being

In 26th of May, the call Enhancing well-being for the future opens. The call is initiated by the European research networks NORFACE and CHANSE. Swedish participation is made possible through a collaboration between Forte and The Swedish Research Council.

The aim of the call is to improve well-being for the future and to make these improvements sustainable for all groups in the population. The present call proposes to focus the research on the following themes:

  • Crises, challenges, and well-being
  • Environmental challenges and well-being
  • Well-being and mental health
  • Well-being, economy, and politics

The call is issued in two steps, and is aimed at research teams with 4–6 researchers from at least 4 countries. A project draft is submitted as the first step, and the deadline for this is 21 September. Those continuing to step two shall submit a full application. The application period will run from the middle of January 2024 until 26 March.

Researchers from Swedish higher education institutions shall apply to CHANSE and Forte in parallel.

More information about the call at Fortes website External link.

NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Agency Cooperation in Europe) and CHANSE (Collaboration of Humanities and Social Sciences in Europe) are European research networks.



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