Find out how the EU distributes the budget of the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027

Have a look to our downloadable brochure with all the information, where you can see how much is allocated to each programme.

This year is the first year of the period established by the European Commission to define its major programmes, the so-called Multiannual Financial Framework, which this time runs until 2027. The crisis generated by COVID-19 has meant that many of the programmes of the past framework are still in force. For this reason, many of the calls for proposals under the current framework are expected to be launched in April. Its budget, the largest in history, amounts to more than 1.8 billion, including the extra injection of Next Generation funds.

To get an overview of how these funds are distributed, Zabala Innovation has prepared a document that you can download here, with an information sheet on the different programmes included in the framework and the budget for each one.

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Main programmes

Among the dozens of programmes that society will have access to, Horizon Europe stands out, with a total budget of around €95 billion. This is one of the Commission's flagship programmes for research and innovation, continuing the work of Horizon 2020. Special mention should also be made of the Innovation Fund, which aims to bring innovative clean technology projects to the market, i.e. those with low carbon emissions. And, once again, there will be calls for LIFE, the EU's green programme par excellence, with a budget of more than 5.4 billion euros.

If you are interested in finding out about the Commission's proposals for the coming years, download our document and, of course, if you would like us to advise you, please contact our team of specialists!

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