One of the first uses of the RISCAPE report was immediately after the RISCAPE launch event, as many of the identified key initiatives (even if not strictly self-identifying as Research Infrastructures) from Social Sciences met in Amsterdam airport for a one and a half day workshop.
Discussion between key probability based survey initiatives bought up many complementarities, shared challenges and experiences. Such global collaboration in this field was clearly welcomed, and this event might be the start for new initiatives.
A wonderful @RI_landscape social science global web surveys workshop closes with Europe, USA, Russia, Taiwan, S Africa, Chile and India represented. Exciting! @ESS_Survey @GGP_i @SHARE_MEA @pewmethods @sasas_rsa @SRCentreAUS @NORCNews @YRDeshmukh @cepchile @asmi_ari @sasas_rsa pic.twitter.com/NFxws4eBN9— Rory Fitzgerald (@RoryFitzESS) December 12, 2019