Cluster 2 information webinar 2021 - 18 June 2021
This webinar provides an introduction on the opportunities for 2021 in Cluster 2 within Horizon Europe, the EU's key funding programme for research and innovation. It is expected that content from the published work programme will be presented at the event.
The event will take place between 10:00-11:30 BST, including time for Q&A. Opportunities for social sciences and humanities researchers in the other Horizon Europe Clusters will also be presented briefly.
The Green Deal call - evaluation tips for the Social Sciences and Humanities community
This webinar focused on evaluation in the Green Deal call for researchers in the Social Sciences & Humanities. The event included presentations from two previous Horizon 2020 evaluators.
This webinar was a follow-up event to an earlier "Introduction to the Green Deal call for SSH researchers" webinar (see below).
- Webinar presentation (PDF, 199Kb)
- Presentation by Professor William Webster (PDF, 373Kb)
- Presentation by Dr Inta Mierina (PDF, 335Kb)
- Webinar video on YouTube.
Showcasing event – Interdisciplinary Partnerships in Horizon 2020 Societal Challenges
Social science, arts and humanities researchers lead and make key contributions to many collaborative H2020 projects. This event aimed to showcase some of the partnerships built, maintained and expanded across disciplines and across countries through H2020 funding, and to consider barriers and benefits of interdisciplinary working, including the increased scope for impact.
A diverse set of case studies presented their perspectives on interdisciplinary partnerships within Horizon 2020 and discussed some key questions and challenges of interdisciplinary partnerships in a roundtable session moderated by UKRI.
- Webinar agenda (PDF, 97Kb)
- Presentation by Isabel Fletcher SHAPE-ID (PDF, 1.1Mb)
- Presentation by COMBI project (PDF, 533Kb)
- Presentation by DIAMOND project (PDF, 944Kb)
- Presentation by ROCK project (PDF, 1.4Mb)
- Presentation by Dominik Klinkenberg Net4Society (PDF, 543Kb)
- Webinar video on YouTube.
Webinar - Green Deal Call 2020 information event for social science/humanities researchers
This webinar provided an introduction on the opportunities in the Green Deal call for researchers in the social sciences/humanities fields. Content from the published Green Deal call was presented at the event. The event also included a short talk by a colleague from UKRO on UK participation in Horizon 2020.
The event was hosted by the UK National Contact Point for Societal Challenge 6 (Europe in a changing world - Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies) and Cross-cutting research – Social sciences, arts and humanities opportunities embedded across H2020.
Webinar - Societal challenges: Consortia building in the final year of H2020
UK scientists, researchers and businesses can continue to participate in, bid for and lead projects in Horizon 2020, as if the UK remained a Member State, even after the UK exits the EU on 31 January 2020, and after the end of the transition period at end-2020. The UK remains the second highest recipient of Horizon 2020 funding for science and innovation and UK organisations are encouraged to continue to bid into calls for grants until the end of the Horizon 2020 programme.
In this webinar, the SC6 NCP signposted to existing materials aiming to highlight and discuss the UK’s continued participation in the final year of H2020 and hosted an interactive discussion on consortia building between webinar participants to share their experiences.
Work programme information events
Each year, following the release of the updated Societal Challenge 6 (SC6) work programme, the SC6 National Contact Point (NCP) hosts information events discussing the upcoming opportunities available.
These information events usually centre around the “Societal Challenge 6: Europe in a changing world - Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies” work programme, but also contain discussion of the wider opportunities available for social sciences, arts and humanities researchers across Horizon 2020.
Typically the updated work programme is released in summer and the information events are held in winter of the same year. SC6 topics (funding opportunities) usually open in November of the year the work programme update is published, and close in March of the following year.
An in-person information day focussed on the upcoming 2020 Societal Challenge 6 topics was held in December 2019, hosted by King’s College London. This included presentations from successful H2020 grant holders, an H2020 evaluator and the opportunity for Q&A with the Legal and Financial NCP as well as a presentation on EU Exit.
- King’s College London, 5 December 2019
A webinar held in October 2019 summarised the upcoming 2020 Societal Challenge 6 topics, opportunities for SSH researchers outside of Societal Challenge 6, information on the UK government’s H2020 underwrite and included a presentation from a previous H2020 evaluator about their experiences and recommendations for applicants.
Previous events around 2019 topics were held in January 2019. You can find the presentation slides and webinar videos below. Please note, that some content may be out of date - if you wish to clarify any details please contact Challenge6NCP@esrc.ukri.org.
- Webinar, 9 January 2019
- The British Academy, 14 January 2019
- Newcastle University, 17 January 2019