Release of the MOSAiCH/ISSP 2023 data on “National Identity, Citizenship and related topics”, fielded in spring 2023.
The registration and the programme are out now. In response to requests from past participants, 3 new courses are introduced this year.
Researchers are invited to submit applications for modules of questions to be fielded in each round of the European Social Survey. The deadling is April 26, 2023.
We invite researchers to propose questions for the second part of the MOSAiCH Survey 2025, which will thematically complement the ISSP 2025 Work Orientations V module. The deadline for submissions is Monday, April 22, 2024.
Many past and present contributors to FORS joined us last month, engaging in discussions that highlighted FORS’s remarkable journey and its future direction.
Brian Kleiner, Head of Data and Research Information Services for the Social Sciences: “Through CESSDA, we are able to build things together with other Data Archives and we benefit from what we build”.
A new study using data from the SHP and the SOEP states that the life satisfaction trajectories around retirement age have improved over the last 20 years.
Submit your abstract. From exploring crises, risks, and vulnerability using MOSAiCH-data to innovating gender analysis in quantitative surveys and (de)gendering vulnerabilities.
The Swiss Election Study (Selects) has researched Swiss citizens’ voting behavior in national elections since 1995. Explore a collection of articles showcasing Selects and its team members.
FORS/linkhub.ch and Interpharma set forth the requirements for a ‘Framework Law for Secondary Data Usage’ from the perspective of social science and pharmaceutical research.
Are you involved in the provision of data management support to social science researchers in Swiss research institutions? Then register for this free online workshop on November 28, 2023. 9:00 am -12:30 pm.
The CoreTrustSeal is a globally recognized certification awarded to organizations that have demonstrated their dedication to responsible data stewardship and excellence in data management practices.
This CNES Seminar Series casts a spotlight on different National Election Studies that share their experiences in designing and conducting election studies. Free online event: 14.11.2023
The ISSP is pleased to announce the publication of the final release of the international ISSP 2020 Environment IV data file (ZA7650_v2.0.0), which includes data from Switzerland and 27 other ISSP member countries around the world.
Results from the SHP have been discussed extensively in the media lately, notably on the drop of fertility rates in Switzerland. Whereas 30 years ago about 16% of women in Switzerland were childless, this number has increased to 25% today.
FORS has been nominated as the national CESSDA service provider by the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI).
The third edition of data and documentation for the European Social Survey (ESS) Round 10 (2020-22) has just been published. Data from more than 30 countries who took part in this Round is now available via the ESS Data Portal.
The workshop “How to measure health?” at the Mystères de l’UNIL event gave families an insight into the large-scale surveys carried out by FORS and the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Lausanne.
We have published Wave 23 of the SHP. You can find all the data sets on SWISSUbase (Living in Switzerland Waves 1-23 + Covid 19 data). Wave 23 contains the two modules Religion and Psychological dimensions as well as new questions on chronic diseases.
A new study investigates how and for whom relations with neighbors changed during the pandemic and how these changes impacted subjective well-being and trust in other people.
We rethought our documentation webpage. All the information concerning the SHP documentation is now compiled on one page and easily accessible.
The 2022 Annual Report showcases our research, our data services, infrastructure and collaboration programs and publications. The report also summarizes all of the activities associated with our national and international surveys.
This wave provides insights into vote intention in federal elections, vote decision in popular votes, opinion on various issues related to the war in the Ukraine (like the reception of Ukrainian refugees, energy policy, security policy, etc.).
The ESS Scientific Advisory Board has completed its selection. The rotating modules for the European Social Survey Round 12 are “Personal & social wellbeing” and “Attitudes to immigrants and refugees”.