We congratulate our colleagues Branislav Šprocha – researcher at the Institute for Forecasting CSPS SAS on receiving the SAS Award for the results of his scientific research and Klara Kohoutová from the Institute of Social Sciences CSPS SAS who received the Award for popularization of science and social applications of science.
The aim of the webinar, which was co-organised by the ESFRI Strategy Working Group Social and Cultural Innovation (SWG SCI) and the European Alliance of Social Sciences and Humanities (EASSH), was to create an opportunity for getting to know the possibilities for Ukraine's involvement in research infrastructures.
CENTROVICA – working meeting of the Centre of Social and Psychological Sciences
Ivana Studená from the Institute for Forecasting of CSPS SAS is editor of the book „Lifelong Learning, Young Adults and the Challenges of Disadvantage in Europe“ in collaboration with John Holford (University of Nottingham), Pepka Boyadjieva (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences), Sharon Clancy (University of Nottingham), and Günter Hefler (3s). Additionally, she is co-author of multiple chapters.
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