Link to overview of relevant research funding bodies

    Horizon Europe Outline, Mission and Implementation

Horizon Europe is based on three pillars and some horizontal programs:
Pillar 1: Excellent Science
Pillar 2: Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness
Pillar 3: Innovative Europe

R&I Clusters in Pillar 2:
- Health
- Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society
- Civil Security for Society
- Digital, Industry and Space
- Climate, Energy and Mobility
- Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment

Specific research topics mentioned:
- Adaptation to climate change, including societal transformation
- Healthy oceans, seas, coastal and inland waters
- Climate-neutral and smart cities
- Cancer
- Soil health and food

    Link to Horizon Europe start page. Horizon Europe will become effective January 2021.

    "EC Green Deal", launched september 2020

   Pillar 2, Cluster 1, "Health". Draft Work Program 2021-2022 (Confidential, not yet launched)

   Pillar 2, Cluster 2, "Creativity and Inclusive Society", (draft WP not yet available)

   Pillar 2, Cluster 3, "Civil Security for Society", WP 2021-2022 (Confidential, not yet launhced)

   Pillar 2, Cluster 4, "Digital, Industry and Space".  Draft WP 2021-2011, (Confidential, not yet launched)

   Pillar 2, Cluster 5, "Climate, Energy and Mobility". Draft WP 2021-2022, (Confidential, not yet launched)

   Pillar 2, Cluster 6,  "Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment". Draft WP 2021-2022 (Confidential, not yet launched)

   Draft Work Prgram EIC 2021 (Confidential, not yet launched)

   Draft Work Program WRC 2021 (Confidential, not yet launched)

   Draft Work prgram "A well-functioning European Research Infrastructure landscape" (Confidential, not yet launched)

   Draft Work Program "Widening participation and strengthening the European Research Area" (Confidential, call not yet published)

   H2020 Societal Challenges Work Programs + FET programs

- ICT: Work Program 2018 - 2020 updated July 2019

- Health: Work Program 2018 - 2020 final

- Security: Work Program 2018 - 2020 final

- Future emerging Technologies (FET) 2018 - 2020

   H2020 Societal challenges: Summary of calls

- Health 2018 - 2020 Summary of calls

- ICT 2018 - 2020 Summary of calls

- Security 2018 - 2020: Summary of calls

- Food 2018 - 2020: Summary of calls

- Financial Guidelines for Applicants

- Annotated Model Agreement

   Marie Curie Actions

Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, Work Program 2018-2020

Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, summary of 2020 calls, Hermes Document, updated July 2020

Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, conditions

Other Programs:

Overview of additional National/ International funding sources

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   (logo from COST website COST 2020 Open Call (closure October 29, 2020), updated July 2020

Specific COST condition: The minimum number of countries included at the proposal stage is seven COST Members. Out of the seven, a minimum of 50% must be Inclusiveness Target Countries

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SYNCHRONICITY: Open Call for SME and Large Business applicants