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    Encouragement of Social Sciences and Humanities in Horizon Europe – How to differentiate?

    09-12-2020, 12:15–13:15 in
    Registration fee: free

    Social Sciences and Humanities research is key for approaching the current complex societal situation (global pandemia, digital revolution, economic/ecological transformation, etc.). A strong SSH participation in upcoming Framework Programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon Europe” (2021-2027) will be essential for society-relevant thematic orientations to be defined and implemented. Yet, good SSH participation in European research projects requires appropriate information and support of researchers according to their domain-specific needs. The latter will be explored in this event, in view of optimising the success of SSH researchers in Horizon Europe.

    Speakers :                                                                                                     
    Dr. Laure Ognois, Director Research Services UNIGE – moderation
    Prof. Françoise Briegel, SNSF Professorship, COST Action Partner, Global Studies Institute (GSI) UNIGE
    Prof. Sévane Garibian, Director of Programme « Right to truth », ERC Grantee, Faculty of Law UNIGE
    Dr. Joël Graf, National Contact Point SSH, Euresearch Network Office, Bern
    Prof. Jonas Pontusson, ERC grantee, H2020 Projects Partner, Faculty of Social Sciences UNIGE


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    Agenda

    12:15–12:20 Welcome - Dr. Laure Ognois, Director Research Services UNIGE
    12:20–12:30 Key note – Horizon Europe for SSH in a nutshell - Dr. Joël Graf National Contact Point SSH, Euresearch Network Office, Bern
    12:30–13:15 Round Table (in French) - discussion

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    Fee

    This workshop is free of charge but registration is compulsory.

     
    09-12-2020, 12:15–13:15 in
    Registration fee: free

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    Contact Information / Organiser


    Euresearch Geneva
    Tel.: +41 (0)22 379 75 60
    geneveeuresearch.ch

    Université de Genève - Service recherche
    Tel.: +41 (0)22 379 75 60
    alex.waehryunige.ch