CHANSE Call Partner Search Tool

This is a match-making section for CHANSE Transformations: Social and cultural dynamics in the digital age.

To PUBLISH your offer of collaboration, complete the Expression of Interest form below. If you are an individual researcher or a representative of a research team, searching for a project to join, select: Partner looking for project. If you want to build a consortium around an existing project, select: Project looking for partner.

To FIND partners for your project ideas, search the database using keywords or action buttons below.

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* Fields marked with * are mandatory to complete the form successfully.

For any questions please contact: Malwina Gębalska and Michał Kaczmarek

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Latest partners

  1. Building Bridges Association from ES read more »
    Submitted: March 8th, 15:02
  2. Nordregio from SE read more »
    Submitted: March 8th, 09:58
  3. University of Lausanne from CH read more »
    Project title: Social and cultural event in the era of social media: the case of the « Fête des Vignerons »Submitted: March 8th, 09:57

Latest projects

  1. Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences from LV read more »
    Project title: Glocalization in action: The adoption and contestation of discourses around race and ethnicity, sexual identity and gender in public debates
    Submitted: March 8th, 09:58
  2. Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań from PL read more »
    Project title: Analog cultures: learning and working in a digital world
    Submitted: March 8th, 09:57
  3. Kempelen Institute of Intelligent Technologies from SK read more »
    Project title: Making the online services more transparent: auditing of filter bubbles
    Submitted: March 4th, 12:33
  4. University of Maribor from SI read more »
    Project title: Hybrid reality Lab (HyR lab)
    Submitted: March 3rd, 13:42
  5. Universität Graz from AT read more »
    Project title: Europe as a Digital Ecology of Translation: Critical Issues and Future Directions
    Submitted: March 3rd, 13:38
European Union

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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