Projekt zur Gestaltung virtueller Arbeitswelten der Zukunft (ViSAAR) gestartet

How can innovative work organisation contribute to the survival of specific companies in the future and how can it reinforce the regional environment? What role will digital technologies play? And how will remote companies of the future look like? These are the topics of the ViSAAR project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The project has started in May 2021 with a total funding of 3.4 million euros. The goal of the ViSAAR project is to prepare small and medium-sized enterprises for the future through innovative organisational and digital solutions for location-independent working. The project is coordinated by the Institute for Social Research and Social Economy (iso) in Saarbrücken.

iso-Report No 6

Living with Dementia in Dignity

Despite all efforts in research, practice and politics, the diagnosis of dementia is still combined with far-reaching negative results. Fears, taboo and stigmatisation characterise the everyday lives of many affected people and their families. A Porticus model programme addresses this dilemma: With the help of projects in Germany, Switzerland and Austria, the aim is to show how living with dementia can succeed in everyday society and which steps contribute to ensuring people's participation in the society and a life in dignity throughout the course of the disease. The iso-Report number 6 presents interim results from the evaluation of the programme.


Das vom iso-Institut mitinitiierte Modellvorhaben „mobisaar – Mobilität für alle“ hat die Bewährungsprobe bestanden. Das saarländische Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Arbeit, Energie und Verkehr gewährt nach dem Beschluss des Saarländischen Landtags eine Anschlussfinanzierung! Das heißt für mobisaar: 2021 startet der Regelbetrieb.

Healthy Working Environments

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Innovative Technology-Based Services

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