First open call for Nordic Research Initiative opens today
Photo: Carina Elmäng
Research and evidence-based knowledge is essential to be able to develop new and effective measures to combat sexual harassment in the workplace. Today opens the first of two open calls within a Nordic Research Initiative, focusing on these issues. In order to develop new and effective efforts to combat sexual harassment in the workplace, evidence- and research-based knowledge is essential. In light of this, the Nordic Council of Ministers has decided to support a Nordic research initiative, in co-operation between several sectors within the Nordic collaboration. Sectors involved include gender equality, culture, working life and the Nordic Committee for Children and Young People. The research initiative consists of two open calls for proposals, both will be launched in 2021. Open Call 1 opens on 20 April.
About Open Call 1
The open call 1 is aimed at currently ongoing research projects, which through approval of a Nordic grant could contribute to new knowledge regarding sexual harassment in Nordic working life. The focus will be on preventive measures, as well as methods for intervention.
- Open Call 1 opens: 20 April 2021
- Open Call 1 closes: 10 June 2021 at 14:00 CET
- Preliminary time for decisions: September 2021
Assessment and decisions
Applications that meet the criteria will be assessed by external academic reviewers. Decisions will be announced by NIKK, after consulting the interdisciplinary reference group appointed by the Nordic Council of Ministers in connection with this initiative. Decisions are final.
Digital information meeting on 6 May
A digital info meeting will be organised for those who have questions about the call and plan to apply: Thursday, 6 May, 13.00-14:30 CET
Interested in participating? Please email email@example.com no later than 3 May.
Communication and dissemination from the research initiative
NIKK will administer the research initiative and disseminate information about and knowledge from the projects that are awarded grants. In the winter of 2022/2023, a Nordic dissemination conference is planned, covering both calls of the research initiative, in co-operation with the Norwegian Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers for 2022.
- Text: Jessica Glanzelius
- Photo: Carina Elmäng
- Categories: Gender equality and welfare policy, Sexual harassment
- Published: 2021-04-20