The MSCA funded project VINE

“Social Vulnerability and its Intersections: The role of gender in a comparative perspective” (VINE) is a research project funded under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship program, promoted by the European Commission to support research in the European Union and to foster career development and mobility of researchers within and beyond the Union. The general objective of VINE is to analyse how the institutional context as well as individual characteristics – as gender – affects individual risk of living in vulnerable households, from a comparative and multidimensional perspective.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation
programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 747433.

Five questions about VINE: What, Who, Why, How and When.

VINE in italiano, VINE en català, VINE en español, VINE en français


 

Women and Economic Insecurity

You can now read "A Job of One’s Own. Does Women’s Labor Market Participation Influence the Economic Insecurity of Households?" ...
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VINE @Universitat Barcelona

Yesterday I had the occasion to discuss my project VINE with the students of the UB Master of Sociology: Social Transformations ...
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Are we still discussing about women and work?

Following my interview with eldiario.es, the Foundation Giangiacomo Feltrinelli has asked me to comment the data published by Eurostat and ...
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Interviewed by eldiario.es

Margarita Leon and I have been interview by Ana Requena (journalist from eldiario.es) about new data published by Eurostat related ...
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VINE@GESIS ELFS Workshop

During the last three days I was in Mannheim hosted by GESIS, Leibniz Institute for  the Social Sciences. They had ...
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VINE@IV Jornadas de Recerca Feminista

In Barcelona, November 23rd/November 25th the University of Barcelona is going to host the Seminario Internacional de la Red GENCPOLIS y ...
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VINE@ECPR Summer School in Methods and Techniques

In the last two weeks, I've been attending the ECPR Summer School in Methods and Techniques, which is the first ...
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VINE@SASE29th

The 29^ SASE Annual Meeting “What’s next: Disruptive/Collaborative economy or business as usual?” was held at Universitè Claude Bernard – Lyon ...
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Five questions about VINE

WHAT “Social Vulnerability and its Intersections: The role of gender in a comparative perspective” is a research project funded under the ...
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