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JHEP 2 Project, new challenges for the future!

2016 opened with a new challenging 4-year Project for the JPICH Partnership following the two previous ones, JHEP already closed, and Heritage Plus still ongoing till 2018. JHEP2 is a CSA within the Horizon 2020 – Societal challenges 5 framework, and aims at supporting the implementation of the Strategic Research Agenda following the… continue reading →

JPI CH institutional meetings, December 2015

The JPI CH Executive Board and Governing Board took place at the Ministry of Culture and Communication in Paris last 9th and 10th December, respectively. In both occasions Partners had the opportunity to discuss about the state of the art of the JPI activities, results achieved so far and to outline the future… continue reading →

New calls in H2020 2016-2017 for cultural heritage projects

Horizon 2020 Work Program 2016-2017 will allocate 73 millions to calls on the Societal Challenges pillar:48 million to 9 calls within SC6 “Europe in a changing world – inclusive, innovative and reflective societies” and 25 million to 2 calls within SC5 – “Climate action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials”. This funding provision… continue reading →

Annual Joint Programming Conference 2015, January 14-15, Brussels

The two-day event titled “Building and Sustaining Commitment to Public-Public Partnerships” was highly fruitful as it provided an overview of developing tools in support to JPIs activities on the one side, and a deeper look at current crucial issues such as global cooperation, the alignment, impact and dissemination, interaction with the EC, on… continue reading →

GPC meeting, December 11th, Brussels

The High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC) gathered in Brussels last December 2015. A number of relevant issues were discussed, including the relationship between GPC, JPIs and Framework conditions, the need of working on the alignment strategy, the JPP assessment. Furthermore, the agenda included also information on the ERA-NET Cofund actions under… continue reading →

LOOKING AHEAD: What strategy for the future of Cultural Heritage in Europe?

JPI CH future activities will be highly interconnected with the strategic agenda outlined within the European Research and Innovation Area. In particular, the Lund Declaration 2015 (Revisited) represents a pillar document that will guide the design of policies towards a stronger societal impact. Four priorities have been identified. The alignment of strategies, instruments, resources… continue reading →

HERITAGE PLUS Call results

Sixteen transnational collaborative research projects in the field of Cultural Heritage  have been recommended for funding. At the end of a long selection process following the final evaluation of the received full proposals by an International Panel the consortia recommended for funding are: