With a proposed budget of 100 billion Euro from 2021 to 2027, the Horizon Europe framework programme represents the largest collaborative research and innovation investment in the world and is open to participants worldwide.
A co-design process has been launched in order to optimise the targeted impacts for the first four years of implementation. It has been organised first through a web-phase consultation (28 June to 4 October) and then in the European Research and Innovation Days (24-26 September, via dedicated sessions and the village), more than 10000 contributions from stakeholders based in 99 different countries have been received. They have been taken into account and the original “Orientations” document has been modified accordingly.
The revised version of the “Orientations towards the first Strategic Plan for Horizon Europe”, is now open to receive your views, focusing on a limited number of issues that had not been addressed before.
Since the EU added value is the cornerstone of this survey, we particularly welcome views from organisations and networks with a cross border dimension and a mission of advocacy of relevance for research and innovation, (the so-called “umbrella organisations”).