HERA and NORFACE – new programme CHANSE announce funded projects

By Rosemary Sweeney

Posted: 28 October, 2022

The CHANSE programme has been co-created by HERA (Humanities in the European Research Area) and NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Agency Cooperation in Europe) networks supporting research in the field of Humanities and Social Sciences, respectively.

The main goal of the CHANSE Programme is to launch a transnational call for collaborative projects focused on the topic of Transformations: Social and cultural dynamics in the digital age. Among the group of 366 project proposals, 26 excellent projects were awarded funding.
Thanks to the generous support of the EU and European research funding organisations, important challenges such as the digitalisation of homes, as well as public service media in the age of platforms, digitalisation and conspiracy theories, will be tackled  by transnational consortia. The joint endeavours of collaborative research teams are expected to bring excellent scientific results and create a future impact for European societies in the digital age.

CHANSE Funded projects

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101004509

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