Funded Projects Under Review
Albert, Isabelle: Culture-sensitive Care across Europe (CultSensE) submitted to North-West Interreg; Isabelle Albert (main proposer) togehter with Willy Lahaye (Belgium), Beate Schwarz (Switzerland), Ursula Trummer (Austria), UK, Germany, Netherlands: Funded project under review.
Albert, Isabelle: Refugees in Europe: The road to belonging, Volkswagen Stiftung, under review; Germany (main proposer), Luxembourg (Isabelle Albert; Elke Murdock), Portugal (Susana Coimbra), Italy (Daniela Barni), Norway. Funded project under review.
Brandt, Martina & Marjolein Broese van Groenou, Marjolein: Under review: second stage ORA: How are varying care systems associated with inequalities in care and wellbeing in later life? (Acronym IN-CARE). Main applicant and PI-NL = Marjolein Broese van Groenou, PI-DE = Martina Brandt with), and PI-UK = Karen Glaser, prof. of social gerontology, Kings College, London. UK (Glaser), JP (Ibuka). Funded project under review
Filipovič Hrast, M. as a co-applicant: Project proposal – decision still pending: WELL-NISS – Promoting well being through cultural connections for older people living at home in Norway, India, Slovenia and Scotland, EU-India platform for Social Sciences and Humanities. Funded project under review.
Kaliterna, Ljiljana: Croatian-Swiss research Program (CSRP). Project Title: Intergenerational Support in Croatia and Switzerland: Well-being of the sandwich generation. Main Applicant: Beate Schwarz (Switzerland); Other Applicants: Ljiljana Kaliterna Lipovčan, Andreja Brajša-Žganec (Croatia. Funded project under review
Lahaye, W. and al. (partnership between Belgium, Italy, Spain, Poland), P.A.R.L.A.r.S.I. – Promoting Action for Reciprocal Learning through Active Social Inclusion (European Training path for Intercultural coaches to build inclusion in social and cultural contexts), European ERASMUS+, Programme 2018-2020, proposal project under review (answer in October 2018).
Schwarz, Beate (2018). Diversität in Generationenbeziehungen [Diversity in intergenerational relationships]. Project funded by ZHAW Gesellschaftliche Integration. Duration: May 1st, 2018 – April 30th, 2020. (Switzerland) . Funded project under review:
With several countries
Filipovič Hrast, M. as a co-applicant: (PI: prof. Hlebec) Exploring and understanding welfare state determinants of care provision for older people in the community in Slovenia and Austria; involving Austria and Slovenia, basic national project. Successful funded project
Lahaye, W. et al. (with Catherine COPPEE and Isabelle PANNECOUCKE). 2GENDERS – Generation and Gender ENergy DEprivation: Realities and Social policies. Other Applicants: IACCHOS Université catholique de Louvain ; Isabelle Pannecoucke- OASeS -, University of Antwerp; Catherine Copee – CERIS, Université de Mons; S-GEES University of Birmingham. Belgium and UK. Successful funded project (2015-2018), BELSPO Belgian Scientific Policy.
Maslauskaite, Ausra, collaborators: A. Tereskinas, M. Alisauskiene, J. Bucaite-Vilke, R. Indriliunaite, Families, inequalities and demographic processes. Proposal submitted to the Lithuanian Research Council, researchers from Lithuania and Germany are involved in the project. (PI: A.Maslauskaite, collaborators: A. Tereskinas, M. Alisauskiene, J. Bucaite-Vilke, R. Indriliunaite, E. Platukyte, D. Kuconyte, I. Dryzaite, A. Steinbach). Project proposal was successful, funding received for the period of 2018-2021 Successful funded project.
Matias, Marisa: Project Title: “Transition to parenthood: global challenges and innovative solution”. PI: Prof. Anna Rönka – University of Jyväskylä – Finland. International network of this the workshops series: National Institute of Health and Welfare , Finland; University of Applied Sciences, Finland ; Australian National University, Australia; Toyo University, Japan; University of Manchester, United Kingdom; University of Fribourg, Switzerland, University of Porto, Portugal. Workshop series funded by the Finnish Cultural Foundation https://www.jyu.fi/edu/triad/. Successful funded project
Regalia, Camillo: Project in cooperation between Centro di Ateneo e Ricerche sulla Famiglia of Università Catolica del Sacro Cuore (UNICATT) and Instituto de Estudios Superiores de la Familia) of UIC (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya): “Older parents, generations and family solidarity. A Multilevel Analysis of the Spanish Case”. Rita Cavallotti from UIC made a STSM at Catholic University of Milan. Italy and Spain. Successful funded project
Schwarz, Beate & Kaliterna Lipovčan, Ljiljana (in collaboration with Brajša-Žganec, Andreja) (under review). Intergenerational support in Croatia and Switzerland: Well-being of the sandwich generation. Research proposal submitted to Swiss National Science Foundation – Croatian Swiss Research Programme. (Croatia and Switzerland). Successful funded project.
Shpigelman, Carmit-Noa: Growing up with a Parent with a Lifelong Disability: Adult Children’s Experiences from a Life–Course Perspective (years 2016-2019).Israel. Successful funded project
With a non-European country
Coimbra, Susana & Fontaine, Anne Marie: Development of a research project with Brazil (Claudia Martinez- UFSCar and Carolina Rebellato- UFRJ) on “Intergenerational Family Solidarity in Situation of Vulnerability: Family Relations of Children with Disabilities in Brazil and Portugal “financed by Brazilian agency – FAPESP (2017/20995-8) – Successful funded project.
Trummer, Ursula: Development of a proposal to establish an academic partnership of C-HM with Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, including intergenerational family solidarity aspects in the research programme. Submitted to the Austrian APPEAR programme, Austria. accepted for preparatory funding (2016/2017). (https://appear.at/en/projects/completed-preparatory-fundings/)
Johanna Sumiala, Päivi Honkatukia, Yana Krupets, Heta Mulari, Elena Omelchenko, Leena Suurpää, Arseniy Svynarenko. A collaborative research project between Finnish youth research society, University of Helsinki, University of Tampere, Higher school of economics (Russia) “Digital Youth in Media City – Urban ethnographic discoveries on the streets and stations in Helsinki and Saint Petersburg”. Successful funded project in 2016-2018. Funded by Kone Foundation, Finland. http://www.metroproject.net/
Only one European country
Bennett, Jonathan & Schwarz, Beate, Métrailler, Michèle, & Indergand, Peter (2017). BEGIN – Berufliche und gesellschaftliche Integration von Migrantinnen und Migranten mittels eines intergenerationellen Mentoringprogramms [Vocational and social integration of immigrants with the aid of an intergenerational mentoring program]. Project funded by the Gebert Rüf Foundation. Duration: April 1st, 2017 – March 31st, 2019. (Switzerland). Successful funded project
Celebi, Hatice and Cigdem Aktekin, Nafiye (2018). Project “The Interplay between Intergenerational Solidarity, Family and Education” proposed for funding to the national research authority in Turkey, TUBITAK. Successful funded project (90.000 EUR) start in February, 2018.
Filipovič Hrast, M. as a co-applicant: (PI: prof. Kerbler) The Model of Quality Aging in Place in Slovenia involving Slovenia, basic national project. Successful funded project
Holdsworth, Clare: The Social Life of Busyness in an Age of De-acceleration. Application to Leverhulme Trust. May 2017. PI C Holdsworth (UK). Fellowship application. Successful funded project.
Kasearu, Kairi: Estonian Science Foundation grant “Care policies and family care from intergenerational perspective in Estonia: The ’crowding’ hypotheses revisited“ 2014-2016. Successful funded project
Kasearu, Kairi: Developments in social welfare policies and practice in Norway and Estonia“ application 2013. Estonia and Norway. Successful funded project
Lahaye, W. et al. (with Catherine COPPEE), Study on the impact of projects leaded by Viva for Life on child’s poverty (2017), Belgium. successful funded project (private funds)
Lahaye, W. et al (with Catherine COPPEE), Pair-support in mental health and poverty (2016-2020). Belgium. Successful funded project. European Social Fund (ESF).
Lahaye, W. et al. (with Catherine COPPEE), Youth Action for employment in collaboration with local public social action institutions. (2015-2019). Belgium. Successful funded project. European Social Fund (ESF).
Lahaye, W. et al. (with Catherine COPPEE), Prevention of visible and invisible violences in school environment. (2015-2017). Belgium. Successful funded project Ministry of youth help (Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles).
Lahaye, W. et al. (with Catherine COPPEE), Smartuser – Study on energy poverty with intergenerational perspective (2017-2020). Belgium.Successful funded project (Walloon Region).
Lahaye, W. et al, (Belgium and France partnership). Network Solidarity in Hainaut – Sustaining social inclusion by identity’s reconstruction. Belgium. Successful funded project. European INTERREG Project (2018-2022).
Lahaye, W.. et al. (with Isabelle PANNECOUCKE), Research on policy against poverty in big cities in Belgium. Successful funded project (2016, federal ministry of social integration)
Lahaye, W. et al (with Isabelle PANNECOUCKE), Research on policy against poverty in big cities – deap sight in child poverty, (2016, SPP Intégration sociale) Belgium. Successful funded project (2017, federal ministry of social integration)
Lahaye, W. et al, (with Catherine COPPEE), Action-research “process of prevention against bullying and school violences”. Belgium. Successful funded project (2016-2018, Wollonia-Brussels Federation)
Lahaye, W. et al, (with Isabelle PANNECOUCKE), Research “Child poverty at local level: local identification and political measures“. Belgium. Successful funded project (2017, federal ministry of social integration) (2018, Fondation Roi Baudouin).
Maslauskaite, Ausra: Challenges of family de-institutionalization for the well-being of children: non-resident father child support. Project implemented in 2015-2017, funded by the Lithuanian Research Council. Researchers from Lithuanian were involved. (PI: A. Maslauskaite, collaborators: A. Tereskinas, M. Baublyte, V. Stankuniene). Successful funded project.
Medgyesi, Márton: Gender inequality of intergenerational support in Hungary, project funded by Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, 2013-2017. (PI: Márton Medgyesi). Successful funded project.
Medgyesi, Márton: Well-being of youth during the crisis: the role of public tramsfers and family solidarity. funded by Bolyai János Research grant of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2013-2016. Successful funded project
Sakkeus, L. & Kasearu, K Assessment of the Lithuanian State Pension System – EC Structural Reform – Tallinn University, Estonia. Successful funded project
Sakkeus, L. & Kasearu, K. Old Guys Say Yes to Community – Old Guys- ERASMUS, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Successful funded project
Sakkeus, L. & Kasearu, K European Platform for Investing in Children – EPIC- DG Employment – Rand Europe, Uk. Successful funded project
Sakkeus, L. & Kasearu, K Transdisciplinary solutions to cross sectoral disadvantage in youth – YOUTH- IN- COST Action CA17114 – Tallinn University , Estonia. Successful funded project
Trummer, Ursula: Set up of a new project on Intergenerational Family Solidarity of migrant families in Austria (2016/2017). Austria. Financed by internal funds of C-HM (www.c-hm.com)
Zlotnick, Cheryl: Zlotnick C (Principal Investigator). Resilience, Resources, Health Habits and Health Status: Comparison among Non-Immigrant, and 1st and 2nd Generation Immigration Youth (The R2-H2 Study); Funded by: KAMEA (Israel’s Department of Immigrant Absorption) . ISRAEL: Successful funded project
Shpigelman, Carmit-Noa:Grant proposal in the topic of aging, chronic illness and integrational family relations, ISRAEL, in preparation.
Siren Anu. (2018). Upcoming grant proposal on multigenerational work places and future of work. Innovation Fund Denmark, in preparation.
Alipranti-Maratou, Laura , a scientific consultant: WORLBAL project. Work-life balance in the context of changing families and labour market in Greece” – WORLBAL (EEA GR07/3939)», which is co-financed by the Programme Research within priority sectors: “Diversity, inequalities and social inclusion”, of the EEA (European Economic Area) Financial Mechanism 2009-2014. www.wordbal.eu 2015-2017.
Not funded projects
Bennett, Jonathan : Massnahmen für eine bessere Vereinbarkeit von Erwerbstätigkeit und Angehörigenpflege in Unternehmen der Schweiz. Förderprogramm „Entlastungsangebote für pflegende Angehörige“ Teil 1: Wissensgrundlagen. [Workplace measures allowing for an improved combination of work and informal care in Switzerland. Proposal submitted to the research program «Support offers for informal caregivers»]. Date of submission: March 2017. Budget: CHF 184.463.-PI: Jonathan Bennett. Countries involved: Switzerland. Unsuccessful proposal
Bennett, Jonathan: Healthy Habits Coach: Personalised coaching with resource-oriented offline and online tasks to foster well-being and social. Inclusion. Call Identifier: SC1-PM-15-2017: Personalised coaching for well-being and care of people as they age. Date of submission: January 2017. Budget: € 3,956,715. Participating investigator: Jonathan Bennet . Countries involved: Switzerland, Germany, Romania, Spain, Denmark. Unsuccessful funded proposal:
Brandt, M. & Herlofson, K.,, Inequalities in Social Integration in later life. PI Aartsen, M.; other partners: Brandt, M. (Germany), Herlofson, K., (Norway), Huisman, M. (The Netherlands), Perek-Białas, J. (Poland), & Stafford, M. (UK). Not successful funded project
Broese van Groenou, Marjolein: Grant proposal for JPI 2016 “MORE YEARS, BETTER LIVES” 2016 “WELFARE, WELLBEING AND DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE: UNDERSTANDING WELFARE MODELS”. Title proposal ‘END-of-life care LINKages in ageing welfare states’ (Acronym ENDLINK), Main applicant and PI = Marjolein Broese van Groenou. Other countries involved: Israel (Litwin), Canada (Penning and Chappell), Italy (Principi and Onder), Finland (Pekkanen and Aaltonen). Not successful funded project.
Coimbra, Susana & Fontaine, Anne Marie: Development of a research project with Brazil (UNIFOR) and Portugal (FPCEUP and and UMinho- RESILIAE- Risk, Protection and Resilience in EmergingAadulthood” including intergenerational family solidarity aspects into the research programme. Submitted to the 02/SAICT/2017 programme, (2017) AAC nº 02/SAICT/2017 – POCI-01-0145-FEDER- 032060 Not successful funded project
Holdsworth, Clare: YOUTHFUTURES: Mapping, enabling and visualising youth values and futures. Application to EU H2020. Submitted 28/5/15. Total budget 2.5million Euro. PI: C Holdsworth (UK). and Keele University (KU) and other COST members , Anne Marie Fontaine & Susana Coimbra (University of Porto, UP)(Portugal) and Helena Helve and Arseniy Svynarenko University of Tampere (UTA) (Finland). Other partners: Università degli studi di Cagliari (UNICA); Partner 3: Tampereen Yliopisto -. Other partners: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB); Kadir Has Üniversitesi (Kadir Has University, KHU); Uniwersytet Jagielloński (Jagiellonian University, UJ); Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Társadalomtudományi Kutatóközpont (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HAS). Not successful funded project
Schwarz, Beate & Bennett, Jonathan (2015). Portuguese Family Solidarity in Switzerland (POFASOL). Research proposal submitted to COST- Switzerland. (Switzerland). Not funded projects
Schwarz, Beate & Bennett, Jonathan (2016). Intergenerational Solidarity in Switzerland: A Comparison of Portuguese and Swiss Families. Research proposal submitted to Swiss National Science Foundation. (Switzerland). Not funded projects.
Trummer: Ursula: Development of a proposal to establish an academic partnership of C-HM with Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, including intergenerational family solidarity aspects into the research programme. Austria. and Submitted to the Austrian APPEAR programme, not accepted for funding. (2017) (about the funding scheme in general. Successful funded project https://appear.at/en/about-us/austrian-development-cooperation/)