Visitors' Centre of the Europarliament

The European Values Study is one of the main data sources in the exhibition space on "United in Diversity" of Visitors' Centre of the Europarliament, in Brussels . This area is based on the idea that the European Union, despite the cultural differences and multitudinous interests, works together and develops concepts for a future European civil society. On the ceiling of this room hangs a shifting 3D map of Europe showing the results from the European Values Study with light displays. The Parlamentarium in October 2011 opened its doors and attracts about 350,000 visitors annually. In January 2015 the millionth visitor was welcomed. It is the largest parliamentary visitors' center in Europe. All information in the visitor is offered in the 24 official languages of Europe.

 



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The TRAPD method for survey translation

The translation of the questionnaire is a delicate phase for the European Values Study. Translations must ensure the comparability between countries, but also between waves of the EVS and of the World Values Survey (WVS). The EVS 2017 questionnaire was translated using the current best practice in survey…click for more details