European Commission launches online public survey on HORIZON EUROPE

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03/07/2019
The public consultation, which will be open until 8 September 2019, will gather contributions to help define the Strategic Plan of the next framework programme for research and innovation, Horizon Europe

The Commission is preparing the implementation of Horizon Europe, the next and most ambitious EU research and innovation programme (2021-2027) with a proposed budget of €100 billion, in an intensive co-design process. The process will help shape European research and innovation investments in the coming years. As part of the process, the Commission has launched an online consultation

This strategic plan will contain the work programmes and calls for proposals for the first 4 years of HE (2021-2024). A key event to be part of this process is the European Research and Innovation Days, which will be held in Brussels from 24 to 26 September 2019.

If you are interested in the future of the priorities in innovation and research in the European Union, participate in the public consultation that will be open until September 8, 2019, accessing from this link: SEE SURVEY.

About the Horizon Europe Strategic Plan

The European Parliament and Council reached a political agreement on Horizon Europe in April 2019, on the basis of which the Commission has started to prepare the programme’s implementation, including through the strategic planning process. This process, focused in particular on Horizon Europe’s second pillar: 'Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness', will develop the first ‘Horizon Europe Strategic Plan (2021-2024)’. The plan will identify major policy drivers, strategic policy priorities, and targeted impacts to be achieved as well as identify missions and European Partnerships. The first ‘Horizon Europe Strategic Plan’ is planned to be endorsed by the next Commission towards the end of 2019, subject to agreement between the European Parliament and Council on the EU’s long-term budget (2021-2027) and its related horizontal provisions.

European Research and Innovation Days

The European Research and Innovation Days are the first annual event of the European Commission policies, bringing together stakeholders to discuss and shape the future landscape of research and innovation. Speakers will include ministers, members of the Commission and the European Parliament, researchers and surprise guests every day.

The aim of this event is to address the next great transition of our economy, society and planet to ensure a sustainable future that guarantees the welfare of citizens. The event will be instrumental in finding research and innovation solutions for this great transition by working through policies, setting the direction, stimulating innovation and generating investment. It will be time for all stakeholders to come together and co-create strategic priorities for the European Commission's investment in research and innovation.

At the same time, the event aims to mobilise EU citizens and raise awareness of the importance of research and innovation in meeting the challenges facing society. It will include a free exhibition to showcase and celebrate the best that EU research and innovation has to offer.

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