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Help shaping Horizon Europe

The EU Commission is now preparing the design of the new framework programme for research and innovation, Horizon Europe. This programme will take over from the current Horizon 2020 on 1 January 2021.

A strategic planning process for the first four years’ priorities has begun, and the EU Commission opened up two public consultations during the summer to which you can contribute. You do this by answering questions in two separate online surveys.

Strategic planning of Horizon Europe

The consultation on the strategic planning of Horizon Europe is open until 8 September.

Online survey “Horizon Europe Co-design 2021-2024” External link.


Reading guide External link.

Orientation towards the first strategic plan, background document External link.

Information about the strategic planning on the EU Commission’s website External link.

 

Implementation of Horizon Europe

The consultation on how the programme shall be implemented is open until 15 September.

Online survey “Horizon Europe Co-design – Implementation” External link.

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The Swedish Research Council Coordinator för Horizon 2020

Maria Lindholm

maria.lindholm@vr.se

+46 (0)8 546 44 057

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