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Information meeting about Horizon Europe - Culture, creativity and inclusive societies

Do you work with issues in the social sciences and humanities and are interested in European cooperation? Welcome to a digital meeting, on May 7, about the calls within the cluster Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Societies. The meeting is arranged by Vinnova.


7 May 2021


kl. 10.00-12.00


Digital meeting.


No later than May 7.

The meeting is aimed at those who are interested in applying for the calls in Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Societies (Cluster 2) in Horizon Europe, the EU's framework program for research and innovation. The calls close in early September 2021.

The cluster will contribute to strengthening democratic governance and citizen participation, protecting and promoting cultural heritage, and meeting challenges around multifaceted social, economic, technological and cultural change.

During the meeting, we will inform about the content and the political context for cluster 2. You will also receive tips on what is particularly important to think about in order to succeed with your proposal. We will not present detailed information about each call for proposals you can apply for.


  • Brief introduction to Horizon Europe and cluster 2: Culture, creativity and inclusive societies
  • Overall areas and focus
  • Practical information
  • Tips for succeeding with your proposal
  • Opportunity for questions

Please note that the meeting is digital (via Teams) and will be held in Swedish. Interaction and questions during the meeting will take place via Mentimeter.

Please note that there is a limited number of digital seats at the meeting, a maximum of 300 participants. If the meeting is fully booked, a waiting list is drawn up. The meeting will not be recorded.

At the meeting, you will receive a brief introduction to Horizon Europe, ie no comprehensive, basic information about the program itself.



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