After a bit of an absence, a few updates for colleagues with an interest in the Science with and For Society and/or Secure Societies calls, news of a new guide to improving gender equality in research organisations and a quick reminder of forthcoming Horizon 2020 calls. As ever, if anything catches your eye then we’d love to hear from you (email@example.com)!
H2020 Science With And For Society – presentations available from Information Day
Presentations and a video are now available from the recent SWAFS information day. The presentations covered the main topics for the 2017 call: Science Education; Public Engagement; Ethics and Research Integrity and Gender. The call will officially open on 12 April 2017 and deadline for applications will be 30 August 2017.
A new resource for improving gender equality
Science Europe have made a number of presentations available from the launch of their new practical guide on ‘Improving Gender Equality in Research Organisations’. The guide, and the presentations, include thoughts on: avoiding unconscious bias in peer review; monitoring gender equality and improving grant management practices.
H2020 Societal Challenge 7 – presentations available from Secure Societies Information Day
Presentations are now available from the recent information day on the latest calls under Societal Challenge 7. Amongst the sub-topics covered were: cybersecurity; research to support critical infrastructure protection; border security and external security; fight against crime and terrorism; and pan-European networks of practitioners and other actors in the field of security. All calls are now open and have a deadline of 24 August 2017.
Forthcoming H2020 Deadlines
With work well underway to define priorities for the last phase of Horizon 2020 (2018-20), there are still a number of opportunities open for the current 2017 call.
|25 April||LEIT – ICT|
|24 August||Societal Challenge 7 – Security|
|30 August||Science with and for Society|
|14 September||Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions – Individual Fellowships|
As ever, if you are thinking of applying, or want to know more, then please get in touch(firstname.lastname@example.org).