Ufuk2020 programında tematik alanlar özelinde açılan çağrılar dışında,  INNOSUP 01 programı kapsamında “üçüncü taraflara açılan çağrılar” başlığı altında KOBİ’lerin başvuracağı çağrılar ya da ödüller çoğunlukta olmakla birlikte farklı kurum, kuruluş veya araştırmacıların konsorsiyumlu ya da konsorsiyumsuz başvuracağı çağrılar bulunmaktadır. Çağrı konuları ise ilgili olduğu INNOSUP 01 projesi doğrultusunda Ufuk2020 ile ilintili farklı konu ve problemleri içermektedir. Üçüncü tarafların başvurabileceği çağrıların son başvuru tarihi ise değişiklik göstermektedir.

INNOSUP 01 çağrısı ile ilgili ayrıntılı bilgiye buradan ulaşabilirsiniz. 

Bahsedilen “üçüncü taraflara açılan çağrılar”a ve açık çağrılar kapsamında başvuru koşullarına buradan ulaşabilirsiniz.

 
Ufuk2020 INNOSUP Programı Tematik Alanlar Özelinde 3. Taraflara Açılan Çağrılar

 

Sosyal ve Beşeri Bilimler Alanındaki Çağrılar

European Social Catalyst Fund – call for proposals

Deadline: 11 September 2020

Call title: European Social Catalyst Fund - call for proposals
Full name of the EU funded project: European Social Catalyst Fund
Project acronym: ESCF
Grant agreement number: 870757
Publication Date: 16th January 2020
Deadline: 15 April 2020 extended to 11 September 2020 at 17:00 (Central European Time)
Expected duration of participation: Up to 12 months
Total EU funding available: Each selected application will receive a planning grant of up to €100 000 along with capacity building support. A minimum of €600 000 will be allocated to support at least 6 plans.
Further informationwww.euscf.eu
Project description:

The European Social Catalyst Fund (ESCF) is a new initiative designed to have significant impact on some of Europe’s most pressing social challenges. The objective of the ESCF is to bring together public and private resources to improve social services to enable people who need support to live as valued and participating members of their communities.

The ESCF will provide financial and capacity building support to develop plans to scale proven social service innovations. It is anticipated that these plans will provide details of how public and private resources (philanthropy and/or social investment) can be brought together in a range of collaborations to help re-focus public spending in a more effective direction in the interest of European citizens. It is intended that during the project a further phase will be designed, based on learning obtained, which will include a focus on supporting implementation of plans to scale proven social service innovations.

The ESCF has been established and co-funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, Genio, the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the King Baudouin Foundation. It will award planning grants across a range of priority social challenge areas within, or across, European Union Member States. The purpose of the grants is to support the development of detailed implementation plans aimed at reducing, or overcoming, social challenges. Innovations will be identified through a pan-European call and all eligible applications will be evaluated against published criteria. Preference will be given to innovations that have the most robust evidence of success and that aim to reach the most significant scale.

Submission & Evaluation: Applications must be made online at www.euscf.eu. For full details on application process, eligibility and evaluation criteria visit www.euscf.eu/apply.
Project Coordinator: Genio, Ireland