InGRID-2 – Integrating Research Infrastructure for European expertise on Inclusive Growth from data to policy
InGRID is a network of distributed, but integrating European research infrastructures. A research infrastructure is a facility or platform that provides the scientific community with resources and services to conduct top-level research in their respective fields.
InGRID research infrastructures serve the social sciences community, that wants to make an evidence-based contribution to a European policy strategy of inclusive growth. This research community focuses on social in/exclusion, vulnerability-at-work and related social and labour market policies from a European comparative perspective. Key tools in this social science research are all types of data: statistics on earnings, administrative social data, labour market data, surveys of quality of life or working conditions, and policy indicators.
In the period 2017-2021 the InGRID research infrastructure received project funding from the EU H2020 programme as advanced research infrastructure. InGRID-2 Integrating Research Infrastructure for European expertise on Inclusive Growth from data to policy’.
As the current InGRID-2 project runs to its end by 31 October 2021, a final conference will be organised with the aim to summarise and present the outcomes of this project. The final conference will have three main objectives:
- to evaluate with the research infrastructure community the state-of-affairs;
- to stimulate the discussion on deepening and enlarging the research infrastructures;
- to understand the European policy background in which InGRID as a research infrastructure operates.
To attend, please complete the registration form (available on July 19th) before September 6th.