The IGOP, member of two winning consortia in the last Horizon Europe call

On June 13, the results of the latest calls for European projects Horizon Europe were published and the IGOP is part of two winning proposals.

One is the proposal “Next-up: Navigating the next normal: Innovative Approaches to Enhancing Youth’s Education-Employment Transitions in Post-COVID-19 Europe” led by the University of Tampere, which aims to explore and forecast the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 crisis in young people’s transition from school/education to work/employment by focusing on the co-creation of future-oriented and evidence-based policies.

It has been awarded 2,914,873.50 million euros (call: HORIZON-CL2-2024-TRANSFORMATIONS-01) and the project has a planned duration of 3 and a half years. The consortium will be made up of the following institutions: University of Stavanger, University of Aveiro, University of Twente, University of Trento, University of Heidelberg, University of Tallinn, National Union of Students at Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences – SAMOK.

The researcher who will lead the tasks assigned by the IGOP is Doctor Lara Maestripieri.

On the other hand, a second winning proposal is called “SWINS: Sustainable Wellbeing through Investment in Social Services” led by the University of Florence with the aim of developing and testing a policy-oriented toolbox prior evaluation of economic and social performances. of investments in social services throughout their lives.

This proposal has achieved 2,974,865.00 million euros (called HORIZON-CL2-2024-TRANSFORMATIONS-01) for a 3-year project. The consortium will be formed by the following institutions: National University of Ireland Maynooth, Oslo Metropolitan University, Plateforme des NGOs Europeennes du secteur social AISBL, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, University of Belgrade, Tarki Social Research Institute, University of Antwerp and l ‘Institut For Future-Fit Economies.

From the IGOP, the project will be led by professor Margarita León.