EI-BBS has promoted transversal research projects around which the Special Multidisciplinary Projects are grouped.
AUÑAMENDI EUSKO ENTZIKLOPEDIA
Auñamendi Eusko Entziklopedia es un referente de consulta sobre cultura y sociedad vasca en Internet. Es un proyecto con vocación de ser nexo de unión entre la tradición, la actualidad y el futuro de Euskal Herria. Este proyecto tiene como punto de partida la conocida Enciclopedia Auñamendi-Fondo Bernardo Estornés Lasa. Ofrece más de 150.000 artículos en continua actualización entre los que podemos encontrar artículos relativos a nuestra tradición cultural, así como nuevos contenidos demandados por la sociedad actual, todo ello basado en criterios de calidad, innovación, pluralidad, apertura y plurilingüismo.[visit]
GENUINE AND LONG-LASTING PROGRESS –BAI- EMBLEMATIC PROGRAM
Eusko Ikaskuntza, with the objective of providing continuity to this entity’s commitment with Sustainable Development and with the purpose of supporting such projects that pretend to impulse Action Plan lines of activities, designed the Emblematic, Genuine and Long-lasting Progress Program –BAI- in 2008.
As from its origin, the BAI Emblematic Program has had the objective of supporting projects on sustainability proposed by various agents in our society. Besides, the BAI Emblematic Program attempts to raise awareness in society in terms of sustainability by communicating and disseminating the activities it supports.[visit]
Eusko Ikaskuntza ha creado un espacio físico y virtual para reunir a jóvenes de los siete territorios de Euskal Herria. Bajo el título de DATORKIGUNEA, pretendemos generar debate con y entre los participantes sobre algunos de los grandes retos de la sociedad actual. DATORKIGUNEA contará con 40 miembros y nuestro principal objetivo será definir acciones y propuestas para dar respuesta a las temáticas que se planteen.[visitar]
EuskoSare is the Global Basque Community Network. Based on the spirit of cooperation, it´s online communities, contents, services and programs are developed and administrated collaboratively by Basques all over the world. Thus, by increasing comunication through the Internet and other networks, it seeks to create relationships.
The increase of cultural, educational, social and economic exchanges through a rich interweaving of personal and institutional relationships around the world favors the development and growth of Euskal Herria and all the countries in which Basques reside. [visitar]
GEM: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) study on the Basque Country includes a diagnosis of entrepreneurial activity in the Autonomous Community of Basque Country. On one hand, this report analyses entrepreneurial activity, comparing it with that of other countries and Spanish regions while, on the other hand, carrying out an internal comparison of the real situation of entrepreneurs in the three historical territories of Araba, Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa.[visit]
FUENTES DOCUMENTALES MEDIEVALES DEL PAÍS VASCO
The objective is to transcribe and print medieval documentation from the early Middle Ages up to the 16th century, in selected archival units.
The methodology used is twofold: historic and palaeographic; and the choice of one documentation or another is left to the criteria of the researcher, fully respecting his criterion and methodology.
EUSKO IKASKUNTZA VISITING PROFESSOR OF BASQUE CULTURE at Stanford University
The aim of the EUSKO IKASKUNTZA VISITING PROFESSOR OF BASQUE CULTURE Program at Stanford University is to provide high quality teaching, at postgraduate level, on chosen topics in the Humanities and Social Sciences commensurate with the requirements of the Stanford’s Iberian Studies program.
With the aim of conducting research into, analysing, and disseminating knowledge about the physical, cultural, economic and political structures of the present and the past that have shaped the Basque Country's collective identity, one of the projects set up by the Basque Studies Society (Eusko Ikaskuntza) has been to create a framework for collaboration with the Basque Country’s municipal councils. So, since 1994 the Basque Studies Society and a number of municipal councils in the Basque Country have signed and are in the process of signing collaboration agreements. Over a hundred have been signed already with councils throughout the Basque Country's seven provinces.
The main aim is to examine, conduct research into, highlight and spread local cultural values, through research and training projects and by making available resources to expand the knowledge each municipal council has about the heritage of its municipality. At the same time, a broad, open showcase will be offered to publicise the activities being carried out through this collaboration by spreading information about the local projects worldwide using the Internet and other mediums.