An action-oriented research-grounded response to well-being
Health, individual and social well-being, environment and urbanity, and teacher education are the four research areas identified as priorities by the European University for Well-Being (EUniWell). An ambitious alliance of seven universities from across Europe, EUniWell was formed in response to the Council of the European Union’s invitation for Member States to pursue a knowledge-based approach to advance the ‘Economy of Well-Being’. The EU-funded EUniWell Research project will create the conditions for a coordinated EUniWell research-education-innovation agenda to boost sustainable development, digital and green transitions, social well-being and civic engagement, research transfer and open science approaches as well as research-based educational programmes. It will provide transversal career support and 21st-century skills trainings for researchers.
- H2020-EU.5. - SCIENCE WITH AND FOR SOCIETY Main Programme
Funding SchemeCSA-LSP - Coordination and support action Lump sum
B15 2TT Birmingham
2311 EZ Leiden