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Understanding the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) integration in Security topics: Writing successful proposals including SSH aspects

Tuesday 14th February 2017, 11:00 CET

We are glad to announce the second SEREN 3 webinar on: Understanding the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) integration in Security topics: Writing successful proposals including SSH aspects

The webinar equally targets NCPs in Secure Societies and proposers interested to improve their knowledge in SSH aspects.

The webinar is organised by SEREN 3, the NCP Network for Secure Societies in collaboration with Net4Society, the network of NCPs for the Societal Challenge 6 - Europe in a changing world: inclusive, innovative and reflective societies.

Duration:

60 minutes

 

Presentations:

Understanding the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) integration in Security topics: Writing successful proposals including SSH aspects

 

Speaker:

Elena MAFFIA

NCP for Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 6 - Europe in a changing world: inclusive, innovative and reflective societies

APRE, Italy

 

Hosted by:

PRAXI Network / FORTH partner in SEREN 3 project

 

Training Objectives:

The socio-economic sciences and humanities (SSH) are considered as a cross-cutting issue and an integrated part of all the Horizon 2020 programme and many topics in Societal Challenges and LEITs are considered as relevant to SSH disciplines. This webinar targets at the Societal Challenge 7 Security topics and addresses to NCPs and applicants. The webinar aims to enhance understanding about SSH aspects and integration in proposals. It will provide key information on features to be considered in proposal preparation for topics that contain SSH-related themes with substantial relevance to the SSH community.

 

Target Group:

Horizon 2020 NCPs in Secure Societies

Participants in Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 7 Secure Societies

 

Guidelines for attendees:

The webinar is provided via Skype for Business. You can register by 8th February here.

 

We are looking forward for your participation!

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