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


The alliance has over 65 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

News

Thu 4 Nov 2021

Association of the UK to Horizon Europe must go forward

EASSH has joined forces with 24 other research organisations and signed an open letter to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. The open letter is an urgent call for a successful UK association to Horizon Europe.

Thu 21 Oct 2021

EASSH General Assembly - 4 November 2021

On 4 November 2021, EASSH will have a General Assembly with senior representatives of the European Commission, the EASSH Governing Board and all the members of the Alliance.

Thu 7 Oct 2021

EASSH signs an open letter on ERA governance

EASSH joined fifteen other European research organisations in signing an open letter on ERA governance addressed to Slovenian Minister Simona Kustec and EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel.

Position Papers

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...

Mission Covid-19: Global problems need a research portfolio approach

EASSH calls for European policymakers and funding agencies to ensure that all domains of research are mobilised to address the challenges of Covid-19, using a mission-type “portfolio...

Resources for clusters in Horizon Europe

EASSH calls on Member states to maintain the ambition to transform European society by investing no less than 1.11% GDP in Europe. Such investment will support investment of a minimum...

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.