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    Migration in Horizon 2020

    Learn More About Horizon 2020 Opportunities for Research on Migration!

    26-09-2017, 13:45–17:30 in Bern
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    Migration is perceived as one of the main challenges for Europe. Therefore, the European Commission has decided to strengthen research on migrants and refugees. This is reflected in the calls of the Framework Programme Horizon 2020 for the next three years.

    This event will inform you about future research opportunities for migration within the European Framework Programme Horizon 2020. The focus is on collaborative projects in the area of Social Sciences and Humanities.

    Agenda

    13:45–14:00 Welcome and Introduction
    Dr Joël Graf - NCP SSH, SwafS, Security - Euresearch Head Office
    14:00–14:15 Collaborative Research in Horizon 2020
    Dr Joël Graf - NCP SSH, SwafS, Security - Euresearch Head Office
    14:15–15:00 Experiences in Horizon 2020 Projects
    Prof Elisa Fornalé - University of Bern
    15:00–15:20 Break
    15:20–15:45 Future Calls on Migration
    Dr Joël Graf - NCP SSH, SwafS, Security - Euresearch Head Office
    15:45–16:30 From NCCR on the Move to Europe?
    Dr Elie Michel - NCCR on the Move - University of Neuchâtel
    16:30–16:45 Wrap-up
    Dr Joël Graf - NCP SSH, SwafS, Security - Euresearch Head Office
    16:45–17:30 Networking Apéro

    Location

    Euresearch Head Office
    Effingerstrasse 19
    3008 Bern
    Switzerland

     
    Meeting Room 1st Floor

     

    Fee

    This workshop is free of charge but registration is compulsory.

     
    26-09-2017, 13:45–17:30 in Bern
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    Contact Information / Organiser


    Euresearch Head Office
    Tel.: +41 31 380 60 00
    infoeuresearch.ch

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    This event is free of charge but registration is compulsory.

    Field of Interest

    • Scientific Disciplines
      • Social Sciences
        • Communication & Media Science
          • Education Science
            • Human Geography
              • Political Science
                • Psychology
                  • Sociology & Social Work
                  • Humanities
                    • Theology & Philosophy
                      • History & Cultural Studies (Arts, Art History, Archeology, Ethnology)
                        • Languages & Literatures
                        • Economics
                          • Macro Economics
                            • Economic Policy
                              • Micro Economics
                                • Regional Economics
                                • Law