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Date : Tuesday, 10 September 2019

Co-creating Horizon Europe - The impact of Social Sciences and Humanities

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Date: Wednesday, 27 February 2019 13:30 - 18:00

Venue: Hotel Thon EU


Co-creating Horizon Europe
The impact of Social Sciences and Humanities on future generations

Co-creation - the process in which stakeholders from different sectors and/or backgrounds develop products, processes or services together- is seen as an essential asset to tackle societal challenges. The new EU funding programme Horizon Europe will even put more emphasis on this process of co-creation.

The new Horizon Europe program will not only invite stakeholders during the process of the writing of the programme, but the European Commission will also be stimulating co-creation during the implementation
and execution of projects within Horizon Europe. Co-creation however, can be tricky and difficult to accomplish, especially in research fields that do not have a history of collaborating with other sectors or other types of stakeholders.

In this event, targeted at senior research managers, research directors, deans and staff members of EU DGs we will showcase results from ACCOMPLISSH - a Horizon 2020 funded project that has analyzed the process of co-creation between industry, citizens, government and academia - by focusing on Social Sciences and Humanities research. Because ACCOMPLISSH will end this year, we are also taking a look at the future role of co-creation and the future of Europe.

Confirmed speakers: Jean-David Malo (European Commission), Frank Siebern-Thomas (European Commission), Krzysztof Kania (European Commission), Sean McCarthy (Hyperion) and Peter Meister-Broekema (ACCOMPLISSH).

All publically available information HERE







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  • Wednesday, 27 February 2019 13:30 - 18:00

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