The Research Council of Norway refers a news release from the European Commission about the first projects to be financed under the 'Socio-economic sciences and humanities' and 'Science in society' programmes of the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7).
Coordinator Katrine Fangen presented EUMARGINS at joint meeting for projects financed by the EU's 7th framework program; after the UP2YOUTH project's policy Seminar "Youth - actor of social change. Findings of European Youth Research" in Brussels.
More and more money can be accessed through the EU’s framework programme. The budget of the Seventh Framework Programme (2007–2013) consists of 425 billion kroner. In order to receive such funding, the research must be exceptional. To receive EU-funding is, therefore, a stamp of quality for the project. “The University of Oslo will strengthen the support network surrounding those who wish to apply for EU-funding”, says University Director Gunn-Elin Aa. Bjørneboe.
The online newspaper of the University of Oslo,UNIFORUM, presents EUMARGINS.
EUMARGINS, together with other EU-funded projects, is presented in a recent report by the European Commission.
In a recent publication from the Research Council of Norway, the extent to which Norway is participating, as a coordinator or as a partner, in research projects funded by the Seventh Framework Program of the European Union (FP7) is presented. EUMARGINS is referred to as an example of a FP7-funded project in the Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities (SSH) programme.
Under the heading 'Norwegian research leadership under FP7: EU-funded project on conditions for immigrants', EUMARGINS is presented in a news article on the website of the Research Council of Norway. Read the whole article in English, or read the Norwegian version entitled Spenner nettet over Europa'.
Coordinator Katrine Fangen presented EUMARGINS at the seminar for the youth researchers at NOVA (a research institute under the auspices of the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research). Title of presentation: 'Inclusion and exclusion of young adult immigrants in seven European countries - a new project funded by the EU's 7th framework program.
Utrop, the first "multicultural newspaper" in Norway, presents EUMARGINS.
Coordinator Katrine Fangen presented EUMARGINS at the The Research Council of Norway's information seminar about the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). The title of Fangen's presentation was 'EUMARGINS: Application, Negotiation and Kick-off'.
UNIFORUM, the online newspaper of the University of Oslo, displays the allocation of Seventh Framework program EU resources to projects at the University.
Dette prosjektet benytter kun dei engelske nettsidene. Der finn du informasjon om publikasjonar og nyheitsartiklar, oversikt over forskarpresentasjonar på konferansar, samt lenker til dei prosjekta vi samarbeider med.
Coordinator Katrine Fangen presented EUMARGINS for the research advisors at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Oslo. Title of presentation: 'Challenges and possibilities in an EU-project'
Coordinator Katrine Fangen presented EUMARGINS at the post doctoral-programme in nursing science, University of Oslo. The presentation focused on the application period, negotiation and kick-off of the project.