Fostering Funding for Citizen Science in the Social Sciences and Humanities
This policy brief addresses one of the main obstacles to the growth of citizen science in the SSH: a strong mismatch between the current funding calls and the diversity of SSH citizen science practices. Funders and funding recipients cannot exist without each other, but they do not always succeed in their effort to find each other: the recommendations presented here aim at providing solutions to better match funders and actors addressing key societal challenges through intensive citizen science practices in SSH. They build on the work carried out in the COESO project, which aims at fostering participatory research practices in the SSH.
|Authors:||Kelly Achenbach; Alessia Smaniotto; Marina Angelaki; Olivier Bouin; Pierre Mounier;|
|Year of publication:||2022|
|License:||Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International|