Tuesday, 2 April 2019


Please note that the EASSH, the European Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities, continues advocating for an increased representation of the Humanities in EU programmes and funding lines. They have just published their latest position paper on "Improving Research Impact Assessment in Horizon Europe: A Perspective from the Social Sciences and Humanities". 

In this paper, the Alliance recommends that to best capture the impact of research, researchers must be enabled to use a diversity of methods, data sources and forms of explaining the impact of their projects. EASSH invites the European Commission to capture impact not project by project, but on the wider terrain of the overall calls’ aims."

Please follow this link to read the full position paper.

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