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H2020 work programmes

H2020 work programmes

Research and innovation
H2020 work programmes

Horizon 2020 is implemented through bi-annual work programmes. These work programmes contain the calls for projects and activities which are financed by the EU. Each call is divided in specific topics. Consortia are invited to submit proposals on these topics by a given deadline.

The current on-going programme is for 2016-2017. Preparation of work programme 2018-2020 is on-going.

 

Work programme 2014-2015

The Work Programme 2014-2015 was published on 11 December 2013. Under Societal challenges, it included 4 main calls of interest to agriculture and forestry research:

Click here to see projects of interest to agriculture and forestry selected under these calls

 

Work programme 2016-2017

The Work Programme 2016-2017 was published on 14 October 2015. Societal challenge 2 included 3 main calls of interest to agriculture and forestry research:

Applications to calls are now closed. 

Click here to see projects of interest to agriculture and forestry selected under these calls

 

Work programme 2018-2020

At the end of 2015 the European Commission started an internal process to define strategic research priorities for 2018-2020.

The process built on stakeholder consultations, advisory group reports and various contributions collected for various parts of Horizon 2020. For agricultural and rural research and innovation, it also built on the long-term strategy for agricultural research and innovation. The department Agriculture organised a large conference to discuss this strategic approach with over 500 stakeholders on 26-28 January 2016, leading to a final paper published in July 2016.

The publication of the work programme 2018-2020 is expected in October 2017. New opportunities for funding will be presented at the InfoWeek on Horizon 2020 Societal challenge 2 organised in Brussels from 14 to 17 November 2017.