In a world where skills are very diverse and geographically dispersed, networking is a fundamental element for the exchange of knowledge within and outside the university context.

The ICS leads and integrates a wide range of national and international networks, and students and researchers are encouraged to increase this heritage. At European level, researchers are involved in networks linked to issues such as emigration, social attitudes and values, family and childhood social policies, education for sustainable development and political participation of citizens.

Networks where ICS is a participant

Men and the intersections of Age, Class, Ethnicity and Gender: national, regional and transnational perspectives on societal models in Europe
Post-carbonne Society Network
Urban Water Conflicts

Networking projects