The economic crisis in Europe has placed solidarity at the top of public and policy agendas. But how strong is solidarity amongst Europeans, after almost 60 years of European integration? What do we know about beneficial and detrimental factors? And what should be done to safeguard or enhance European solidarity at the level of citizens, non-governmental organisations and policies? These and other questions are at the centre of TransSOL.

TransSOL is a transnational research project dedicated to providing systematic and practice-related knowledge about European solidarity at times of crisis. It brings together researchers and civil society practitioners from eight European countries—Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. The project started in June 2015 and will run until May 2018.

Latest news

7 February 2018: Student Contest — Enter to win a trip to Brussels! More information here.

13 December 2017: New report, policy brief and newsletter now available. These discuss collective forms of solidarity in times of crisis.

14 September 2017: New report and policy brief out on legal, socio-economic and institutional contexts of transnational solidarity.