Welcome to the website of the brokerage event targeted at all stakeholders interested in the Science with and for Society Programme of Horizon 2020. The event will take place in Brussels on the 10th of March 2017.
The aim of Science with and for Society is to build effective cooperation between science and society, to recruit new talent for science and to pair scientific excellence with social awareness and responsibility. (Science with and for Society Work Programme 2016-2017).
Please be informed that participation in this event is only possible for those who have already registered and the priority will be given to the participants of bilateral meetings.You can watch the morning session at http://waouh.be/horizon2020/
The brokerage event will be of particular interest and relevance to members of the Science with and for Society research community who are looking for networking and funding opportunities within Horizon 2020.
This event is organized by SiS.net2, the international network of National Contact Points (NCPs) in the field of Science with and for Society in Horizon 2020 in cooperation with the European Commission. If you want more info about SWAFS Programme in horizon 2020 you can contact your National NCP! National Contact Points are appointed for the Science with and for Society programme, for each country participating in Horizon 2020, EU member states, associated countries and third countries. Find your Science with and for Society NCP here.
Do you intend to prepare a proposal under Science with and for Society 2017 call for proposals? Start building your consortium in Brussels, on 10th of March 2017!
To initiate cross-border contacts and co-operations and to facilitate the setup of Horizon 2020 project consortia
Science with and for Society 2017 call Work Programme shall focus on:
‘Science with and for Society’ will be instrumental in addressing the European societal challenges tackled by Horizon 2020, building capacities and developing innovative ways of connecting science to society. It will make science more attractive (notably to young people), raise the appetite of society for innovation, and open up further research and innovation activities. It allows all societal actors (researchers, citizens, policy makers, business, third sector organisations etc.) to work together during the whole research and innovation process in order to better align both the process and its outcomes with the values, needs and expectations of European society. This approach to research and innovation is termed Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI).
|Registration||27 Jan – 1 Mar|
|Meeting Selection||15 Feb – 1 Mar|
|Costs||Free of charge|