Visit NIDI to study child and youth wellbeing using GGP data – apply for the COORDINATE Transnational Access Visits (TAV) programme
Are you looking for an opportunity to work with the Generations and Gender Survey (GGS), Harmonized Histories or other Generations and Gender Programme (GGP) data as part of you research on child and youth wellbeing? The COORDINATE project is offering academic researchers bursaries for a short research visit to the GGP hub at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) in the Hague.
The COORDINATE Transnational Access Visits (TAV) programme is open to academic researchers (including PhD students), policy practitioners, or other researchers from not-for-profit organisations or registered companies in EU and associated countries. It enables access to international birth cohort, panel and cross-sectional survey data on the topic of children and youth wellbeing. Successful applicants will have the opportunity to spend one to three working weeks at one of the eight partner institutions (including the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute – GGP hub) to conduct their own research, benefit from the support of local experts, and expand their skills. Applicants’ travel costs, accommodation, and subsistence will be reimbursed up to 1,250 EUR per week as specified in the call. The application deadline is September 29th 2022.
For more information on this call, the COORDINATE Project and the full list of host institutions see: https://www.coordinate-network.eu/transnational-visits.