We are pleased to announce that four projects involving Polish researchers have been awarded funding in the NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Agency Co-operation in Europe) call for proposals. Within the call entitled Democratic governance in a turbulent age over EUR 17,8 million have been granted to 14 research projects.
Polish projects awarded within the call:
CrimScapes: CrimScapes: Navigating citizenship through European landscapes of criminalisation. Polish Principal Investigator: dr Agata Dziuban, Jagiellonian University in Cracow. The project will involve research teams from Finland, France and Germany.
UNDPOLAR: Threat, identity, and dissent: Understanding and addressing political polarization in European democracies. Polish Principal Investigator: dr Marta Marchlewska, Institute of Psychology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The project will involve research teams from Belgium, France, Spain, Netherlands and United Kingdom.
THREATPIE: The Threats and Potentials of a Changing Political Information Environment. Polish Principal Investigator: prof. dr hab. Agnieszka Stępińska, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. The project will involve research teams from Belgium, Denmark, France, Spain, Netherlands, Germany and United Kingdom.
POPBACK: Populist Backlash, Democratic Backsliding and the Crisies of the Rule of Law in the European Union. Polish Principal Investigator: prof. dr hab. Barbara Maria Błaszczyk, Institute of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences. The project will involve research teams from z Austria, Germany, Slovenia and United Kingdom.
More information and the full list of the projects recommended for funding are available on the NORFACE web page.
Congratulations to all the laureates!