TiGRE Info sheet available for download

A description of the project has been developed and is available for download, as a single page, printer-friendly PDF info sheet.

Check our homepage for the download link, or simply click here for a direct download.

TiGRE full website now online

We are happy to announce that the full website of the TiGRE project has been published today. It will be regularly updated with news, events and project achievements. Please stay tuned!

TiGRE and Covid-19: a matter of trust?

The GOVTRUST Center of Excellence of the University of Antwerp, one of the TiGRE partners, has contributed to a nice survey on trust in government and information in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. For this study, three rounds of a weekly ‘Corona survey’ were held among the Belgian population (7 April, 28 April and 26 May 2020). A research note on the results can be found here: https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/research-groups/govtrust/blog/updated-research-note-trust/.

TiGRE Consortium Meeting CM2

Our second TiGRE Consortium Meeting CM2 was held on 03 and 04 June. The meeting, planned to be hosted by one of the partner at the University of Oslo, has been organised as a virtual event due to the current Covid-19 pandemic. Despite the online format, it was a fruitful meeting and the work for the coming months was discussed intensively. But hopefully, we will be able to meet physically next time!

​TiGRE first press release

The TiGRE first press release has been launched today on the project website and through several participants’ organisations and has been readily taken up by the local press and online media. Enjoy reading this press release!

​TiGRE website

We are happy to announce that the a first version of the TiGRE website is now available. A full website will come soon with additional pages updated with news, events and project achievements.

​TiGRE kick-off meeting

The TiGRE kick-off meeting has just taken place. The meeting was hosted by the project coordinator at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland, 28-30 January 2020). All consortium members had the opportunity to meet, often for the first time, and get to know each other. During the three days meeting, the project idea was introduced, the work plan detailed and the work for the coming months discussed.

A walk through the historic centre and at the lakeside of Lausanne as well as a typical Swiss cheese fondue were highlights of a great time we all spent in Lausanne.

​TiGRE project start

TiGRE has started today and will run for 42 months, until 30 June 2023. TiGRE consortium members will collaborate to analyse trust relationships in European regulatory policies. For this purpose, TiGRE has a total budget of 3 million Euros.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870722 (TiGRE).