Lamy’s HLG Report adopts EASSH recommendations. A new focus and attention to SSH research
The recommendations of the Lamy’s Group is that Europe needs its world class research, it needs to be better at innovating and Europe’s citizens must be allowed to play a bigger role.
EASSH and other associations speak with one voice on Horizon 2020 to make European Research stronger
EASSH, EARMA, EUA, LERU, The Guild, The Coimbra Group, The Leiden group joined together to say that in order to maximise the impact of Horizon 2020 the union must show a much better support to widening the involvement of a wide variety of disciplines, including those that investigate humans, their culture, history, values and behaviour.
EASSH supports CEU - a letter to the Prime Minister and a Petition
The European Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities is deeply concerned by the recent amendments to Act CCN of 20 I 1 on National Higher Education, which was submitted to the Hungarian Parliament on March 28th, 2017.
March for Science - 22 April
On 22 April 2017, we March for Science. this is a celebration of science and a reminder that all sciences mission to develop knowledge for our future.
Trump's administration threaten to eliminate the endowments for the Arts and the Humanities
Europe is proud of its culture and art, whereas US administration is proposing a budget that propose to eliminate the National Endowment for the Art and the National Endowment of the Humanities, a 0,003% of the federal spending.
INTERCO SSH final conference. SSH research is the European comparative advantage in global research
The INTERCO SSH concluded the project with a final conference and a range of important data on SSH disciplines' trends and achievements.