UK information days for ‘Europe in a Changing World’ funding
Under Horizon 2020, the European Commissions societal challenge ‘Europe in a Changing World’ (aka Challenge six) is the main area for Social Science and Humanities research. The detail of this will be published soon but there are some nice opportunities for humanities researchers in the proposed topics.
As part of the UK support for UK researchers, a network of National Contact points (NCP) have been set up to help offer advice and help you with applying for this funding. The NCP for this challenge has several upcoming events where you can learn more about these funding opportunities:
- The British Academy, London: 2ndNovember
- University of Nottingham: 4thNovember
- University of Glasgow: 9thNovember
- University of Swansea: 16thNovember
- Queen’s University Belfast: 18thNovember
If interested, please reserve the date. Registration will open on 16th September, on a first come first serve basis, and will be available through the ESRC website. For more information about the events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Information will also be sent via the mailing list for Horizon 2020’s Challenge Six, if you would like to be included on this list, please email challenge6NCP@esrc.ac.uk
European Event: ‘Trust: European Research Co-creating resilient Societies
The two-days conference “Trust: European Research Co-Creating Resilient Societies” offers a unique forum to discuss the different perceptions of trust and how research can contribute to fostering trust in societies. The conference is this year’s key event on SC 6 “Europe in a Changing World – Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies” in the EU Research and Innovation Framework Programme Horizon 2020. The conference will not only highlight research within the social sciences and humanities but also connect researchers with policy-makers and stakeholders willing to co-create resilient European societies. HERA and Science Europe are co-sponsoring this event and will be running a roundtable discussion.
Its free to attend, and takes place on 29-30 October in Brussels
More information is available on the conference website