Category Archives: Public national R+D calls

The digital turn in artistic disciplines has resulted in the progressive professional and academic substitution of analogue instruments for digital ones. And the ways of working in the artistic professions have been transformed. The digital turn constitutes a process of

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Social capital and residential setting among youth at risk of labour market exclusion. A case study – CAPENRISG

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a huge job destruction that has most severely affected the young Spanish population. Although the latest data from the EPA show a return to pre-pandemic levels of unemployment rates, it is still a long way

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Gender Equality in the Uses of Time: changes, resistance and continuities – GENERA

GENERA is a project funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation within the framework of governmental programs for the Generation of Knowledge. The project aims at analysing the changes, resistance, and continuities in the use of time devoted to

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The social capital of Spanish youth: Traits and effects on the material and emotional well-being

The study describes the characteristics of the social capital of Spanish youth, analyses its effects on their material and emotional well-being, and identifies the social inequalities involved. The project has two objectives: (1) to quantitatively describe the characteristics of the

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Impact of training at workplace level on youth’s pathway career. Proposals for improvement – IMFORTRA

The aim is to study the formation “at” work place, its articulation with the National Qualifications Catalogue (NCC) and its influence on the career paths of young people. Training “at” employment is now a major in active employment policies aimed

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Analysis of sociological and psychological variables as predictors of employability in the profiling of the Employment Services of Catalonia – PerfilaSP

Profiling is a tool available to public employment services to optimise the allocation of job seekers to the different active employment programmes or services. Thus, the PerfilaSP project investigates how to improve the profiling processes currently applied in the Servei

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Improving the employability of youth in the territory

This study aims to redefine intervention proposals for the promotion of youth employment from different levels; firstly, by adapting training offers to the most emerging sectors that generate employment in each territory, as well as exploring training experiences beyond formal

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Intragenerational social mobility and segmented occupational trajectories – DINAMOS

DINAMOS is the acronym for Dynamics of Social Mobility in Spain, a coordinated project that is funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation within the framework of governmental programs for the Generation of Knowledge and Scientific and Technological Strengthening

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Gender impact of teleworking and lockdown routines: beyond the obvious – IGETECO

IGETECO project analyses the gender impact of teleworking and lockdown routines in the context of the Covid19 pandemic. The main objective is to study how the obligation of work at home, together with the closure of schools and the impossibility

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Changes in the uses of time and the transformation of everyday habits

The objective is to identify, describe and explain the main trends of change in the use and distribution of time in order to analyse the possible implications on everyday habits from a gender perspective. From a mixed methodological strategy, the

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