4 projects

Predicting major challenges of returning to work in Luxembourg by evaluating the impact of change...

This project is a study conducted by Pétillances, a company based in Strassen, Luxembourg, specialized in psychosocial risks prevention, trainings and organisational consultancy. This study was launched on 27th April 2020 and is still ongoing. It consists in a questionnaire evaluating how the measures taken by the Luxembourgish and cross-border governments are impacting the work organisation and what consequences it has on workers' mental health. Its first purpose is to compare the situation before the confinement measures were introduced and afterwards, for example: in what extent has ...

Mobile people in times of enforced immobility - Strategies of coping with COVID 19 confinement am...

Covid-19 has changed the mobility reality of (young) people as international borders have been closed. The COVID-19 crisis suddenly introduces words like 'confinement', 'quarantine' and 'self-isolation' does not limit only freedom of movement particularly for those who have not experienced strict border management controls in their life time. The aim of this project is to understand how young mobile people (18-30 years old) experience this period of confinement and how it impacts on their communicational and social behavior. The contrary of enforced immobility and a mobile live are in the m...

Young People and COVID-19 (YAC) - Social, Economic, and Health Consequences of Infection Preventi...

Whereas adolescents and young adults are less affected by severe progressions of COVID-19, the measures to prevent and control the infection interfere disproportionally with their development. There are short-term and long-term impacts on their educational and professional careers and their psycho-social development (gaining autonomy from parents, building relationships). Non-intended negative social, economic and health consequences by the measures taken to prevent and control the COVID-19 pandemic are therefore particularly likely for young people. It is important to identify and understa...

Socio-economic impacts of COVID-19: collecting the data

The aim of this project is to investigate the socio-economic impact of COVID-19, including employment, activity and travel patterns, health behaviours and health. The COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing in Luxembourg and neighbouring countries. It is currently hoped that due to confinement measures the number of infected persons and deaths will decline in the near future. Public authorities in Luxembourg are considering to relieve the confinement measures to 'unlock' parts of economic and social life in the country as soon as the pandemic is becoming less severe and more 'manageable'. As Lu...

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