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CESSDA - A pan-European Research Infrastructure

CESSDA provides large scale, integrated and sustainable data services to the social sciences. It brings together social science data archives across Europe, with the aim of promoting the results of social science research and supporting national and international research and cooperation.

CESSDA is organised as a limited company under Norwegian law and is owned and financed by the individual member states’ ministry of research or a delegated institution. Norway is hosting CESSDA, and the main office is located in Bergen.

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Working with other European Research Infrastructures

CESSDA works together with other European Research Infrastructures (ERICs) across Europe to promote and improve the visibility of social science and humanities research.

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RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES NEWS

  • Better Access to Digital Humanities Training: DARIAH and CLARIN Relaunched DH Course Registry

    DARIAH: Mon 8 May 2017

    The DH Course Registry has been relaunched during DARIAH's Annual Event. It is an open, online inventory of digital humanities modules, courses and programmes in Europe.

  • Tour de CLARIN

    CLARIN: Thu 27 Apr 2017

    “Tour de CLARIN” is a new CLARIN ERIC initiative that aims to periodically highlight prominent User Involvement (UI) activities of a particular CLARIN national consortium. This year we will focus on five of them.

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LATEST BLOG POSTS

  • Does employment status affect psychological well-being?

    Thu 25 May 2017 Data Impact Blog

    Marii Paskov, UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow and Research Officer at the University of Oxford, shares the outcomes of her study on the role of social class and employment status for inequality in psychological well-being in the UK.

  • AirFest: Pollution, Trees and Well-being

    Thu 18 May 2017 Data Impact Blog

    Sarah Knight, UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow and PhD student in the Environment Department of the University of York, talks about how she engaged with the public to discuss air pollution issues and to develop understanding of people’s experiences of air pollution.

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