In january 2015 HOMERISK submitted an application to Norwegian Social Science Data Service to ensure the project followed statutory data privacy requirements. A few weeks later HOMERISK received approval and the data gathering could commence.
Communication of the HOMERISK project results to the general public will be partly done through an exhibition at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology (Norsk Teknisk Museum – NTM) in 2017. Exhibition working title: “When the nets break down”. Venue: NTM, 09:00 -12:00. Participants: Jan Alfred Andersson (NTM), Aiyana Hudgins (NTM), Jo Helle-Valle (SIFO), and Ardis Storm-Mathisen (SIFO).
Nordic Meeting in Stockholm, November 26-27, 2014
The Homerisk project participated in this event (Helle-Valle and Storm-Mathisen from SIFO), which was facilitated by the Research Council of Norway. The Homerisk project received positive attention from the participants of the Nordic meeting, in particular the focus on households, practices and networks, in addition to the bottom-up anthropological perspective being employed.
More information on the meeting here
The presentation by Helle-Valle here