ENRESSH Policy Brief

2019-05-13T08:23:54Z (GMT) by Stefan de Jong Jack Spaapen
ENRESSH has two aims. The first is to enhance the visibility of SSH research and its potential to address societal challenges, many of which are also or even mainly in the area of SSH. Think of the instability of financial and democratic systems. Or global economic and political tensions. Religious tensions are another example, as are more general challenges of multicultural societies. Also more technical challenges require the input of the SSH. For instance, sustainability and health challenges include major behavioural questions. The second aim of ENRESSH is to develop evaluation methods that better fit how SSH researchers communicate with each other and with society. This supports enhancing the potential of SSH.