Projects

2023

Applicability of e-games in youth work

Uuringu eesmärk on anda ülevaade noorte (vanuserühmas 7–16 eluaastat) enim kasutatavatest e-mängudest ja nende mõjust noorte üldpädevuste arendamisele ning e-mängude potentsiaalsest seostamisest noorsootöös pakutavate võimaluste ja pädevustega nii Eestis kui ka teistes riikides.

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2022–2023

The organisation of Estonian language learning in restricted language environments:  creating sustainable and effective integrated solutions 

While language learning has so far been targeted at all who wish to learn and all different target groups, in the near future, it is hoped to focus language learning provision on low-skilled permanent residents with passive language skills, family migrants and beneficiaries of temporary protection. The aim of this study is to identify the specific characteristics of these three groups

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2022

Foresight study “Data in Future Society”

This foresight study investigates the factors and trends that will likely affect the development of data society and data economy in the next 10–15 years, and proposes possible future scenarios for Estonian data society and data governance in the year 2035. Based on the scenarios, a set of key policy options are formulated to inform policymaking in the field of data economy, data society and data-driven public governance.

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2022–2023

Working conditions of youth workers: current situation and challenges

The study aims to identify the size and composition of the youth workforce and to gain a comprehensive overview of the working conditions, environment and organisation, work motivation, professional self-development and opportunities, and the feedback system of professionals working long-term and permanently with young people.

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2022–2023

Final evaluation of the ESF measure for adaptation and integration

To improve the integration and well-being of people arriving in Estonia and ensure that Estonian society is cohesive in its diversity, it is essential to promote cohesion and develop activities to enable it. This is what the Estonian state has been doing through its policies, and the adaptation and integration measure supported by EU structural instruments plays an essential role in this.

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2022

“Estonian language learning for third-country nationals” impact study

Estonian language training of third-country nationals has been heavily invested in through the Estonian state budget and international projects. However, language learning must first and foremost be based on the needs of the target group, which have been studied in several previous studies and the results of which have been taken into account in the development of Estonian language learning.

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2021–2026

oPEN Lab: transition to Positive Energy Neighbourhoods project

The aim of the oPEN Lab is to identify replicable, commercially viable solution packages enabling the achievement of positive energy neighbourhoods within existing urban contexts, and to test these technologies and package as an integrated solution at neighbourhood scale.

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2021–2022

Evaluation of the Centers of Excellence Measure

The study aims to assess the impact and effectiveness of the Centres of Excellence measures and, on this basis, to make recommendations for further activities with Centres of Excellence. The study aims to determine to what extent the Centres of Excellence measures have successfully strengthened the level of research, cooperation and competitiveness in Estonia and what should be done differently in the future.

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