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Statens Arkiver

Country: Denmark
5 Projects, page 1 of 1
  • Open Access mandate for Publications and Research data
    Funder: EC Project Code: 101021098
    Overall Budget: 2,212,190 EURFunder Contribution: 2,212,190 EUR
    Partners: MPG, USD, UFMS, POLITO, BUDAPESTI CORVINUS EGYETEM, University of Southampton, University of Manchester, Statens Arkiver, Hebei University

    Research data are vital components of any scientific enterprise and the introduction of more inclusive world data exchange practices is a decisive factor, locally and globally, in strengthening capacity for research and innovation and tackling societal challenges. Yet we now comparatively little about what international negotiations have paved the way to the current global system of research data circulation and exchange. NEWORLD@A aims to provide the first comprehensive survey about the sets of science diplomacy exercises that have contributed to shape the current world data exchange system. This study will pioneer transnational research collaborations in order to successfully reconstruct these key historical transitions, also enmeshing non-Western narratives in the study of research data negotiations. Through an original combination of quantitative and qualitative methods, the study will first map existing networking patterns of data circulation and reveal existing imbalances in the world distribution of research data centres. It will then chart the international legal infrastructure that supports this distribution. It will also identify the historical determinants for the shape of world data exchange networks through an investigation of relevant archival documents across the world discussing the relevant negotiations and decision-making processes. They study will focus in particular on interactions between: non-governmental and governmental transnational organizations such as those under the aegis of ICSU and UNESCO; Western and Eastern blocs in the context of the Cold War science race; and Global North and South nations in the uses of research data for development purposes. Shedding new light on how these interactions have shaped the current research data circulation system will finally provide the analysis needed to inform current policy provisions on how to make these systems more inclusive and responsive to global challenges.

  • Funder: EC Project Code: 217624
    Partners: IRD, ULP, York University, CEMCA, University of Hull, UNIVERSITE CHEIKH ANTA DIOP DE DAKAR, UEH, CNRS, Statens Arkiver, Casa de Velàzquez
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 600471
    Partners: INESC ID, Det Kongelige Bibliotek, National Library of Estonia, University of Edinburgh, DPC, KNAW, University of Essex, DNB, Secure Business Austria, Jisc...
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 212214
  • Project . 2019 - 2022
    Open Access mandate for Publications and Research data
    Funder: EC Project Code: 857652
    Overall Budget: 5,933,480 EURFunder Contribution: 5,933,480 EUR
    Partners: UH, Uppsala University, University of Iceland, SDU, University of Gothenburg, SIGMA2, NORDUnet, KBFI, CSC, FMI...

    EOSC-Nordic aims to facilitate the coordination of EOSC relevant initiatives within the Nordic and Baltic countries and exploit synergies to achieve greater harmonisation at policy and service provisioning across these countries, in compliance with EOSC agreed standards and practices. By doing so, the project seeks to establish the Nordic and Baltic countries as frontrunners in the take-up of the EOSC concept, principles and approach. EOSC-Nordic brings together a strong consortium of 24 partners including e-Infrastructure providers, research performing organisations and expert networks, with national mandates with regards to the provision of research services and open science policy, and wide experience of engaging with the research community and mobilising national governments, funding agencies, international bodies and global initiatives and high-level experts on EOSC strategic matters.