InCite data policy
We follow an open-data policy, sharing our data with the scientific community. Most of our data are archived at FORSbase. FORSbase allows users to access data under certain conditions specified by a user contract.
Researchers using our data are subjected to certain obligations such as citing the data and communicating publications stemming from them, as described below.
Data citation policy
Researchers using our data are required to cite them properly.
If the data is deposited at FORSbase: The necessary citation information is written at the beginning of the user contract that give access to the data in FORSbase. User contracts are available on the FORSbase website under “My downloads”. You can also find the citation as well as the dataset description published in the FORSbase catalogue.
Duty of communication to us any publications stemming from our data archive
Researchers using our data are expected to communicate any publications stemming from them.
Data and documentation
- New Social Movements in Western Europe
- Social Protest and Policy Change
- MERCI - Mobilization on Ethnic Relations, Citizenship, and Immigration
- UNEMPOL - The Contentious Politics of Unemployment in Europe
- DEMOS - Democracy in Europe and the Mobilization of Society
- LOCALMULTIDEM - Multicultural Democracy and Immigrants' Social Capital in Europe
- Between Demands for Recognition and Politics of Accommodation
- YOUNEX - Youth, Unemployment, and Exclusion in Europe
- EURISLAM - Finding a Place for Islam in Europe
- Caught in the Act of Protest
- ODPOLAR -Offensive Discourse in Political Arenas
- LIVEWHAT - Living with Hard Times
- POWER2YOUTH - ‘Freedom, Dignity and Justice’
- Public Deliberation, Network Analysis and the Political Inclusion of Muslims Living in Switzerland, France and Britain
- TransSOL - European Paths to Transnational Solidarity at Times of Crisis
- EURYKA - Reinventing Democracy in Europe
- Social and Solidarity Economy, Urban Communities and the Protection of Vulnerable Groups