New Horizon 2020 project begins

The European Social Survey (ESS) has begun working on a new Horizon 2020 project, the Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC). READ MORE >>


Director visits University of Western Australia

Professor Rory Fitzgerald, the director of the European Social Survey (ESS), delivered a public lecture at the University of Western Australia in Perth on 19 February 2019. READ MORE >>


Jowell-Kaase Prize winner revealed

The recipient of €1,000 as part of the 2019 Jowell-Kaase Early Career Researcher Prize has been announced by the European Social Survey (ESS). READ MORE >>


Upcoming General Assembly meeting

The 14th meeting of the European Social Survey ERIC General Assembly will take place in London, UK, on 27 February 2019. READ MORE >>


Cumulative Data File updated

The European Social Survey (ESS) has updated its cumulative data file for the first eight rounds of the survey. READ MORE >>


Russian attitudes on climate change and energy explored

Russian respondents in Round 8 (2016/17) of the European Social Survey (ESS) are amongst the least concerned of all 23 participating countries about climate change. READ MORE >>


New report examines Russian attitudes on welfare

The first of two new publications based on European Social Survey (ESS) data has been produced by those involved in the public attitudes to welfare and climate change in the European Union and Russia (PAWCER) project. READ MORE >>


Registration opens for ESS Conference 2019

Online registration for the 4th International European Social Survey (ESS) Conference - being held at the University of Mannheim (Germany) during April 2019 - is now open. READ MORE >>


ESS ERIC General Assembly meeting

The 13th meeting of the European Social Survey ERIC General Assembly will take place in Vienna, Austria, on Wednesday 7 November 2018. READ MORE >>


Europeans accept climate change is happening

A great majority of Europeans think that climate change is happening, but do not have strong concern about the issue, according to a new European Social Survey (ESS) report. READ MORE >>


Europeans receptive to new welfare policy ideas

A new European Social Survey (ESS) report has found significant public support in Europe for the introduction of universal basic income and a European Union-led social benefits scheme. READ MORE >>


Upcoming events in Brussels

Analysis of the most recent round of European Social Survey (ESS) data will be showcased at two events being held in Brussels next month. READ MORE >>

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