06 Dec 2017
Recent H2020 call evaluation info available on EC Participant Portal
The European Commission (EC), DG Research and Innovation, has made information on several recent calls under Horizon 2020 available on its Participant Portal:
- Call for proposals for action grants under 2017 Rights, Equality and Citizenship Work Programme: The call "Capacity-building in the area of rights of the child - putting in place robust national or regional mechanisms to support children ageing out of/leaving alternative care", which closed on 29 June 2017, received a total of 40 proposals, 10 of which have been proposed for funding. 2 proposals have been put on the reserve list, and 8 more proposals were rejected due to lack of funding.
- The Call under the Work Programme "Science with and for Society" covered 15 different topics and closed on 31 August 2017. It received a total of 221 proposals, of which 132 were above threshold. The EC expects the first grant agreements to be be signed by March 2018.
- The second-stage Call "Industry in the Circular Economy" covered two topics and closed on 5 September 2017. "Systemic, eco-innovative approaches for the circular economy: large-scale demonstration projects" received 26 proposals, of which 10 were above threshold. "Water in the context of the circular economy" received 11 proposals, 6 of which were above threshold.
- The second-stage Call "Greening the Economy" closed on 5 September 2017 and had three different topics. "Large-scale demonstrators on nature-based solutions for hydro-meteorological risk reduction /IA" had 8 proposals, of which 6 were above threshold. "Intelligent mining on land / IA" received 17 proposals, of which 13 were above threshold. "Cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable growth: heritage-led urban regeneration /IA" had a total of 4 proposals, all of which were above threshold.
- The second-stage Call "Smart and Sustainable Cities" closed on 5 September 2017. The topic covered was "Demonstrating innovative nature-based solutions for climate and water resilience in cities / IA". It received 16 proposals, 6 of which were above threshold.
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