News from EASSH and others
EUROSCIENCE published a statement alerting governments that Trump's ban jeopardises science and innovation
EuroScience is very concerned about policies of several governments that undermine key tenets of science: open exchanges of ideas and people.
EASSH Launch in Bratislava
EASSH will be officially launched at the Conference organised by the Slovakian Presidency on Social Sciences and Humanities on 14-15 November 2016.
Research Strategies: Europe 2030 and the Next Framework Programme - Science Business Conference 12 October 2016
Today, the Conference organised by Science Business on the next Framework Programme concluded with a clear message: more research in SSH is needed in all areas.
Policy must back social sciences and humanities’ global efforts
John Smith and Andrew Sors mention EASSH as an important step for promoting policy debate across Europe
EASSH position on the EC DG Research and Innovation report on the integration of Social Sciences and Humanities in Horizon 2020
EASSH welcomes the publication of the European Commission’s first report assessing the success of the policy to ‘integrate’ social science and humanities research across all areas of the Horizon 2020 Work Programme.
Letter to Christian Ehler and European Parliament members on the evolution of SSH in Horizon2020
Dear Dr. Christian Ehler, Dear Honourable Members of the European Parliament,