EASSH joins 13 University Associations to reinforce the importance that Horizon Europe supports high quality, open and international research in all fields of scientific investigations with a strong investment of €160Bn as advocated by the European Parliament.
The EU’s proposal for its next research and innovation funding framework focuses too narrowly on technology, say EASSH Director Gabi Lombardo and Jon Deer from LSE in this article for the Times Higher Education magazine. You can read the article here: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/opinion/horizon-europe-must-be-broadened
Alongside EuroScience and the Initiative for Science in Europe, EASSH is pleased to add it's voice to those calling for increased EU budget for research and innovation through this petition https://double-ri.eu. With over 1000 signatories already, this petition is backed by the research communitty, from individual academics to the presidents and chief executives of learned societies and academies. EASSH members can add their voice to this call by... Read more
A superb panel of speakers are hosted by EASSH at ESOF. The session focus on "The politics of science: funding social sciences & humanities around the world?" and the objective is designed to create engaged discussion and exchange on the “Politics of Science” and the position of and possibilities for the social sciences and humanities building upon the perspectives of experts drawn from diverse professional sectors in the social sciences and humanities. Our speakers are (in alphabetical order) J. P. Bourguignon, President of... Read more
In the wake of the European Commission’s release of its outline for the Ninth Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (Horizon Europe), EASSH and other 13 European associations representing universities united to respond to the proposal. For universities, creating the best Horizon Europe possible is paramount as the programme is a key enabler in achieving European ambitions and strengthening values. By reinforcing research and innovation, Horizon Europe will impact the daily life of European citizens, European society as a whole and the European economy. See our... Read more
In June, EASSH has been invited to attend the European Open Science Summit. The aim of the event is to reflect on the progress of our current achievements and ongoing efforts, and to consult with the key stakeholders, on operational and strategic aspects of the EOSC before the implementation phase starts. EASSH has prepared a Position paper for the event Co-designing the European Open Science Cloud The Role of Social Sciences and Humanities
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