A call for proposals for research projects under the upcoming programme on Welfare among Children and Young People in the Post-Pandemic Nordics is planned to open in September. It is focusing on the long-term consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on children and young peoples’ mental health, education and living conditions.
The Joint Committee for Nordic Research Councils for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (NOS-HS) receives 106 applications under call for proposals for funding covering a series of Nordic exploratory workshops.
What results and effects are created in NordForsk funded projects? Our very first impact report provides insight into publications, dissemination activities, influence on policy and other impact indicators.
Two ongoing research studies funded by NordForsk are providing important new knowledge about COVID-19 related to pregnancy and mental health. The director of NordForsk emphasises how the Nordic Region is leading the way in research on health data.
The Nordic countries have a tradition of building policy and management on research-based knowledge. Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February announced a new refugee crisis that must be dealt with quickly, efficiently and well.