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    Europe in a changing world

    The aim of this societal challenge is to contribute to an understanding of Europe's intellectual basis: its history and the many European and non-European influences, as an inspiration for our lives today.

    Europe is characterised by a variety of different peoples, traditions and national identities, as well as by different levels of economic and societal development. Migration and mobility, the media, industry and transport contribute to the diversity of views and lifestyles. This diversity and its opportunities should be recognised.


    European collections in libraries, archives, museums, galleries and other public institutions have a wealth of rich, untapped documentation and objects for study. These archival resources represent the history of individual Member States but also the collective heritage of a European Union that has emerged through time. Such materials should be made accessible, also through new technologies, to researchers and citizens to enable a look to the future through the archive of the past.

    The focus of activities will be to:

    • study European heritage, memory, identity, cultural interaction and translation, including its representations in cultural and scientific collections, archives and museums, to better inform the present by richer interpretations of the past
    • research the history, literature, art, philosophy and religions of European countries and regions, to determine how these have informed contemporary European diversity
    • research Europe's role in the world, the mutual influence and ties between the world's regions, and an outside view of European cultures.
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    Swiss Participation in Horizon 2020

    Please find information on the latest development on the page 'Swiss Participation in Horizon 2020'.

    Scientific Disciplines

    • Humanities
    • Social Sciences
    • Economics
    • Law

    Industrial Sectors

    • Social and Economic Concerns

    Main Target Audience

    • Universities / UAS
    • Research institutes
    • NGOs

    Key Information

    Duration of the programme: 7 years (2014-2020) under Horizon 2020
    Swiss eligibility: Swiss participation under the status "Industrialised Third Country"
    Topic search: according to your field of research; find your topic in Horizon 2020
    Calls for proposals: one call per year expected; go to the open calls page
    Work Programme: for call descriptions, call deadlines and rules, go to the Work Programme
    H2020 reference documents: for all official documents, go to the Partcipant Portal

     

     

    Your Contact

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    Katja Wirth

    Member of the Management Board

    National Contact Point (NCP):
    •European Research Council (ERC)
    •Joint Research Centre
    •Inclusive, Innovative & Reflective Societies
    Effingerstrasse 19
    3008 Bern
    Tel.:41 (0)31 380 60 18

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    Upcoming Events

    Date City Vacancies
    01 SEP
    2015
    Organiser: Euresearch Genève
    03 SEP
    2015
    Organiser: Euresearch Basel / i-net innovation networks, Basel
    08 SEP
    2015
    Organiser: Euresearch Head Office