Social science services via ISIDORe

How to request EC-funded social sciences services from Sonar-Global via ISIDORe

As part of the ISIDORe network, Sonar-Global is offering European Commission-funded Social Science Services (TransNational Access or TNA). The first step in the process is selecting the appropriate service for your needs from our catalogue below.

Services Proposed

  1. Social sciences preparedness and response interventions:

    Vulnerability assessment tool development and training 

    Protocols and implementation for public engagement, acceptability and compliance with epidemic control efforts: clinical trials, nonpharmaceutical interventions, and vaccination

  2. Ethics assessment: Post-intervention/response evaluation OR Post-action review

  3. Post-intervention/Post-program assessment of ethical stakes at country level response evaluation OR Post-action review

  4. Cost-benefit analysis

  5. Community surveillance activities for human and animal health Design

If you do not see the Social Science Service you need, please contact with a brief description of your planned activities and we will help you find what you need.

Once you have selected a service, complete the Pre-Application on the ISIDORe websiteNote that the pre-application requires an ORCiD record. If you do not yet have an ORCiD record, this is very easy to generate at the ORCiD website. The pre-application also requires information about the goal of your project.

If you are interested in a Service provided in the country in which you work, you will need to form a User Group. Find out more about how to form a User Group here.

Once your pre-application is submitted, you will receive an email with your ISIDORe Identification number and the link to the Full Application.

Once you have submitted your application, the review process will begin. A pdf of the evaluation guidelines here.

If you have any questions about your application, do not hesitate to contact us via email.

The ISIDORe project has received funding from the EU Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101046133.

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