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TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

THE PROVOST, FELLOWS, FOUNDATION SCHOLARS & THE OTHER MEMBERS OF BOARD OF THE COLLEGE OF THE HOLY & UNDIVIDED TRINITY OF QUEEN ELIZABETH NEAR DUBLIN
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TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 300027
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 707485
    Overall Budget: 212,017 EURFunder Contribution: 212,017 EUR

    The aim of this Fellowship is for the researcher, Dr Rajiv Maher, to develop his professional capacity, advanced training, interdisciplinary skills, high-impact dissemination, and practical experience in line with the criteria for a leading independent researcher in the EU. This proposal aims to investigate the processes of indigenous community resistance to large natural resource extraction projects and their struggles for autonomy in Chile and Peru. The proposal will also examine the strategies used by companies and governments to gain community acceptance such as those relating to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The researcher expects to achieve these aims during the outgoing phase of the Fellowship where he will access expertise, advanced training and mentoring in Development and Political Ecology. Moreover, the researcher will conduct ethnographic research in two indigenous communities in Chile and Peru that are resisting high-impact project in their territory. He will also research the perceptions of communities nearby who have in the past accepted large projects and their CSR. In the return phase the researcher will consolidate the knowledge and experience gained in South America through advanced training and extensive fieldwork in community resistance and struggles for autonomy. Under the guidance of international experts, he will acquire an invaluable skill-set contrasting top-down development policies aimed at indigenous communities who demand a bottom-up solution that calls for more autonomy, this has clear implications for contemporary policy regarding indigenous peoples rights and development. The researcher will be based for two years at the Urban Sustainability Centre (CEDEUS) at the Universidad Católica de Chile, working under the supervision of Dr. Jonathan Barton. The third year of the Fellowship will be undertaken at the School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) working under the supervision of Dr. Padraig Carmody.

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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 258616
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 101028678
    Overall Budget: 184,591 EURFunder Contribution: 184,591 EUR

    There is no health without mental health. The foundation of mental health is largely laid in adolescence, and more than half of adult mental health disorders have their onset before the age of 14. Today’s adolescents (i.e. Generation Z; the Zoomers, born between 1997 and 2015) are experiencing worse mental health than the preceding generation (i.e. the Millennials, born between 1981 and 1996). However, there is limited evidence on the specific longitudinal (within-individual) trajectories of mental health (e.g. the dynamic between subjective well-being and psychopathology as based on the Dual-Factor Model of mental health), as well as international differences in the profiles of the Dual-Factor mental health model. We also need better evidence on the predictors of change over time both at the individual (e.g. family relationships, school factors) and country level (i.e. income inequality; gender inequality) in the trends in adolescent mental health. The action’s main Research Objectives are 1) to investigate within-individual changes in adolescent mental health, and 2) to test cross-national variation and trends in population-level adolescent mental health across 45 European countries. The action will employ an interdisciplinary approach based on a 3-way knowledge transfer between the ER, the Department of Sociology at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland (Host) and the WHO Regional Office for Europe, Program for Child and Adolescent Health and Development (secondment host). This action links with the 2030 SDG agenda, and European regional and national health strategies. It will place ER in the position to establish their own research group and obtain a tenured position at an Interdisciplinary Social Science Department, Sociology or Applied Psychology Department at a European university.

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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 618909
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