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...
On 3 July 2017, the High Level Group led by P. Lamy presented the recommendations for the next Framework Programme in a Conference called Shaping our Future. The recommendations of the Lamy’s Group is that Europe needs its world class research, it needs to be better at innovating and Europe’s citizens must be allowed to play a bigger role.
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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, EARMA, EUA, LERU, The Guild, The Coimbra Group, The Leiden group joined together to say that in order to maximise the impact of Horizon 2020 the union must show a much better support to widening the involvement of a wide variety of disciplines, including those that investigate humans, their culture, history, values and behaviour. These disciplines must contribute to the design of the research agendas. Download our postcard
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