research

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Research
at Mesoyios

We are currently working with a number of national and international organisations to push the boundaries of knowledge.

Our research


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Research at Mesoyios

Our research is applicable to the public and private sectors including the maritime industry, voluntary services, sport, health, the creative industries and society. It seeks to contribute to the many different debates and issues that we are facing within a knowledge-based economy and fast changing global environment. Our research and enterprise activities inform change and have visible impact, in local, national and international arenas.


International research

A humanitarian perspective: We are always proud of the work undertaken by our researchers, but particularly those projects that have an evident and positive impact on humanitarian issues. .


Social enterprise

Business that is changing the world for the better: Social enterprises are businesses that trade to tackle social problems, improve communities, people’s life chances, or the environment. They are solutions to solve the labour market problems.


Computer science

A fragile ecosystem: Shipping is one of the most environmentally benign forms of transport when regulated and monitored appropriately. Yet shipping and maritime activities can place extraordinary pressures on fragile ecosystems. We have been instrumental in protecting vulnerable areas.


Labour market

Urgent solutions: The European labour market is facing great challenges. It’s one of the most important targets to be solved nowadays. The unemployment figures are alarming as they affect citizens directly in their daily lives. Education and training policies have become more important in helping to revitalise the economy, in conjunction with labour market reforms. Flexibility and mobility – these are decisive factors for success in the European labour market and thus the foundation for an economically strong and stable Europe. These are the goals to which we join in our country.


Consultancy

A fragile ecosystem: Shipping is one of the most environmentally benign forms of transport when regulated and monitored appropriately. Yet shipping and maritime activities can place extraordinary pressures on fragile ecosystems. We have been instrumental in protecting vulnerable areas.


Aging society

New challenges: The world is ageing rapidly. People aged 60 and older make up over 11 per cent of the global population, and that number is still rising. Ageing is a triumph of development: People are living longer because of better nutrition, sanitation, health care, education and economic well-being. But ageing bring also new problems needed to be solved.


Education

A fragile ecosystem: Shipping is one of the most environmentally benign forms of transport when regulated and monitored appropriately. Yet shipping and maritime activities can place extraordinary pressures on fragile ecosystems. We have been instrumental in protecting vulnerable areas.

International Partners in Research:

  • London Research and Development Centre (GB)
  • Institute for Human Resources Development (PL)
  • Polish Labour Market (PL)