EASSH supports the campaign started by the Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE) asking Member States to keep their commitment to Horizon Europe as high as proposed by the Parliament despite an overall lower investment in the Multiannual Financial Framework.
We agree with ISE that investing in Education, Research, and Innovation is of utmost importance for the future of Europe. The initial proposal made by the Parliament slightly less than one year ago has been slashed by more than 30%, way beyond the cuts expected upon Brexit. Such a low commitment to Horizon Europe will have a... Read more
EASSH will hold its next general assembly on 15 November 2019. Mr Paquet will open the event. Please register with the link sent with the invitation via email by 15 October 2019.
EASSH signed an open letter to the Presidents Sassoli, Dr. Juncker and Dr. von der Leyen to demand explicitly that the EU commission revises the title for commissioner Gabriel to “Education, Research, Innovation and Youth” reflecting Europe’s dedication to all of these crucial areas. We also call upon the European Parliament to request this change in name before confirming the nominees for commissioner. Please join EASSH and support this letter by signing up as a supporter via ... Read more
EASSH and OPERAS have joined forces for an important roundtable on "A Plan S for Academic Books". Please read the short report which will set the scene for a larger workshop in Brussels in 2019-2020.
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EASSH has joined efforts again with more than a dozen European organisations to call for an ambitious Horizon Europe budget that would invest in excellent, cross-border research and innovation (R&I). This investment is essential to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and to build a prosperous future for European society.
The 15 associations call on the EU Institutions and national policy makers to strengthen R&I investment at European level. They urge... Read more
On 5-7 June, AESIS organises its Annual Conference on The Impact of Science: Understanding causalities, correlations and pre-conditions for the different dimensions of societal impact of science. The Conference will be held in Berlin. EASSH has been invited to contribute to the session on "How European and International collaboration in policy making can contribute to innovation and social impact"