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EASSH is the largest advocacy and science policy organisation for the social sciences and humanities in Europe. 

The alliance has 70 member organisations including a wide range of disciplinary areas, stakeholders and universities from across Europe – and encompassing over 100,000 researchers. 

Member list Joining EASSH


Wed 8 Feb 2023

Call for Applications 2023-24

The Philippe Keraudren Mobility Fellowship provides fellows with the opportunity to gain first-hand experience, knowledge, and professional skills with international institutions and policy mechanisms.

Mon 16 Jan 2023

Sustainable Blue Economy Partnership kick-off meeting

EASSH Director Gabi Lombardo to speak at the kick-off meeting of this partnership to boost the transformation towards a climate-neutral, sustainable, productive and competitive blue economy by 2030!

Wed 23 Nov 2022

Webinar postponed: Publishing ethics & integrity in a changing research environment

In a constantly evolving research environment, how do you ensure your publication is ethical? What are the requirements from reputable publishers to safeguard research integrity?

Position Papers

EASSH Response to the European Commission Consultation on Horizon Europe

This paper is the feedback collected from our 70 members. The consultation collected the views of 100s of research institutions, businesses, consumer organisations, as well as non-governmental...

SSH Integration in Horizon Europe and its Missions

In this contribution, EASSH makes a plea for a better understanding of the SSH research contribution and demonstrates that the Missions have so far failed to ensure that an inclusive...

SSH integration in Horizon 2020: Lessons for Horizon Europe

EASSH recommends four crucial steps: 1) A European Social Platform needs to be established to complement the existing 41 ETPs to create efficient communication between the SSH community...


How EASSH works

EASSH draws on the global international expertise and insight of its members, informing and influencing European policy- and decisionmakers.

Working groups bring SSH research and knowledge into the public debate, and strengthen European research and cooperation among public and private partners.