Other output

Here you can find and download other output of the EnTrust project:

Responsible Research Guidelines (Work package 1: The theoretical and normative underpinnings of trust and distrust, Deliverable 1.1)

Guidelines for qualitative interviews with public administration frontline workers and citizens using social assistance (Work package 2: Trust and distrust at the street-level of public policy, Deliverable D2.1)

Guidelines for focus group discussions with social movement activists (Work package 3: The role of democratic social movements in the formation of trust and distrust, Deliverable D3.1)

Codebook for the Media content analysis on Trust contestations in the Public sphere (Work package 4: The role of the media in trust/distrust building: Information or polarisation?, Deliverable D4.1)

Guidelines for focus groups to study the developmental-psychological perspective on trust/distrust in governance (WP5: Developmental-psychological insight into trust/distrust, Deliverable D5.1)

Main findings and recommendations presented by Christian Lahusen at the EnTrust Final Conference, 10 January 2024, European Parliament, Brussels

Full video on YouTube: Online Round Table Debate “Trust and Distrust in Governance: What is at Stake?”, 15 June 2020 9:30-11:30, hosted and welcome by Dr. Katarina Barley (Vice-President of the European Parliament), moderated by Ms Brikena Xhomaqi (Civil Society Europe & Lifelong Learning Platform), with Mr Jean-Eric Paquet (Director General DG Research and Innovation, European Commission), Ms Anna Donath (member of the EP LIBE Committee), Dr. Sergey Lagodinski (member of the EP LIBE Committee), Mr Domenec Ruiz Devesa (member of the EP AFCO Committee) and Prof. Dr. Christian Lahusen (project coordinator, University of Siegen)

Short project presentation: Enlightened trust: An examination of trust and distrust in governance – conditions, effects and remedies

EnTrust project presentation – Slides presented by project coordinator Christian Lahusen at the round table debate on 15 June 2020.