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Joint Call on Heritage in Changing Environments

 

The Joint Programming Initiative in Cultural Heritage and Global Change is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity for transnational proposals:
Heritage in Changing Environments Call. The Heritage call will supportwell-defined, transnational, interdisciplinary and collaborative researchand development projects that maximise the value and impact of researchoutcomes by promoting the Exchange with policy makers, businesses andcommercial enterprises, the broader Heritage sector, voluntary andcommunity groups and the general public.

A project proposal must comprise of at least three research teams, each based in an eligible institution in a different country participating inthe Heritage in Changing Environments Call.

The countries participating in this call are: Belarus, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Italy, Norway, Poland, The Netherlands, United Kingdom.

The call will include three main topics:

  • CHANGING PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS
  • CHANGING SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENTS
  • CHANGING POLITICAL AND CULTURAL ENVIRONMENTS

The deadline for submission of proposals is 30th November 2017, 14:00 CET.

Proposals to the Heritage in Changing Environment Call must besubmitted by the Project Leader via the MIBACT platform hosted by MIBACT (Handling Partner for the call).

This is the only way to submit a JPICH proposal; applications sent via other channels will not be eligible.

In order to submit a proposal, the Project Leader of the consortium (Main Applicant) must register as a user in the MIBACT Platform following all the instructions showed in the MIBACT Platform home page to create an account and to proceed with the proposal submission.

We recommend registering as soon as possible (please see the JPICH Heritage in Changing Environments Call Guidelines to submit a proposal) and in any case not more than 20th November 2017.

Please use the links below to read and to download the call documents: