In November 2014, INESAN (the Institute for Evaluations and Social Analyses) conducted a survey, which examined the attitudes of the public to the issue of perception of the experience of industrial organisations with individual stages of the process of drawing subsidies from European Union structural funds.
The project focuses on the deepening of knowledge of identities and attitudes of the Czech society. The main goal of the project is to describe the identity of the Czech society with regard to its global and national character and other attitudes connected with these concepts.
Attitudes of inhabitants to engagement in public events are undoubtedly one of the main topics perceived by the Czech inhabitants in connection with the activity of representatives of their community/town. In February 2014, INESAN (the Institute for Evaluations and Social Analyses) conducted a survey called “Engagement of the Czech population in Public Events”, which examined the attitudes of the public to the issue of engagement of inhabitants in public events.
The aim of the project is to provide an overview of systemic solutions in the field of healthy aging in the Czech republic, Germany, Austria and Sweden. Part of the project is quantitative research focused on identifying barriers to healthy aging among Czech seniors.
The purpose of the study was to gain knowledge about the operating models of selected European development agencies with regard to the management of bilateral development cooperation (BDC) in the field in priority partner countries.
The goal of the two-year project was the development of a certified methodology for evaluation of crosscutting themes in the international development cooperation, namely good governance, human rights, gender equality & women/girl empowerment and environmental sustainability.