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EASSH welcomes new members: We need your voice!

In May EASSH is launching a campaign for new members and wants to encourage associations, universities, research centres and institutions to join the Alliance.

EASSH focuses on making sure that research policy is not just for natural science and technology approaches but that SSH disciplines can influence discussions about research infrastructures, open access, data. We want to ensure that the needs of our disciplines are mirrored and valued in the design of research funding frameworks at European and national levels.... Read more

EASSH General Assembly - 2-3 November 2017

A warm thank you to all our members who could take part in the General Assembly last friday. We were also very pleased with the participation of Angela Liberatore, Head of SSH Unit at ERC, Keith Sequeira senior advisor in the cabinet of Carlos Moedas, Commissioner for Research and Nikos Kastrinos, DG Research & Innovation RTD A3: Horizon 2020 Policy and Foresight, Team Leader: Foresight. All members will receive the minutes shortly.

#Double FP9 Budget

Our Twitter campaign is reaching out for 80,652 citizens to tell us why we must invest in Research. Check their views

EASSH calls on the European Union member states to double the budget for research in the 9th Framework Programme. We call on the Member States to support the recommendations of the Lamy report and continue to support the necessary investment in EU research. Let’s make our voice heard! If you think too that we must double the Framework Programme 9 budget, share on your social media why it... Read more

Democracy and Europe, the Net4Society Conference, Lisbon 30-31 October 2017

Net4Society is organising their next Conference in Lisbon on Democracy and Europe. See the programme

EASSH Presents at the Research Global Challenges in Venice

EASSH was invited to present at the first event of the Research Global Challenges in Venice. See the event

Goodbye Philippe, we will miss you!

The SSH community pays its tribute to Philippe Keraudren, a friend and a tireless supporter of research. We will miss your guidance, your encouragement and your commitment. Goodbye...