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Horizon Europe: New Grants to Top Researchers

European Commission presents the first work programme under Horizon Europe, the new EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation for 2021-2027. It includes three main calls for proposals for frontier research actions for a total amount of €1.9 billion for 2021: Starting Grants, Consolidator Grants and Advanced Grants. UK will participate. Horizon Europe is the research

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Free Interrail Pass for Young people in 2022

Are you 18 years old and a citizen of the European Union? Get ready to explore Europe! The EU, after this long and destabilizing pandemic, which in addition to other personal categories has affected young people very seriously, offers all 18-year-old citizens a free pass to travel for free throughout Europe (except islands and remote

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Cohesion policy contribution to New European Bauhaus

The New European Bauhaus is a European Commission initiative, which links the sustainability, aesthetics and inclusion dimensions of building design. The European Commission launched an initiative last September to link the sustainability, aesthetics and inclusion dimensions of building design. Now we are in the heart of the initiative: projects, funds, prizes and new ideas are

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Hydrogen as an energy carrier for a climate-neutral economy

EU invest on hydrogen. Hydrogen will replace fossil fuel in transport, where batteries won’t be enough. So, hydrogen is expected to play a key role in a future climate-neutral economy, enabling emission-free transport, heating and industrial processes as … Hydrogen as an energy carrier for a climate-neutral economy

Understanding EU financing for external action

With the new 2021-2027 EU Multiannual Financial Framework of €1100 bn and this long Pandemic experience, how EU external relations will change? Let’s take a look inside the EU financing. In the face of the changing nature of the geopolitical environment in the past decade and its own internal challenges, the EU has reflected upon

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On 19 February the EU Recovery Package will enter into force

After the European Parliament, EU Council adopted the Instrument, too. However, the decision authorizing the Commission to borrow on the capital markets to finance this instrument needs to be ratified in all Member States. This financial instrument will make €672.5 billion in grants and loans available for public investment and reforms in the 27 member

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European Parliament votes on the Recovery Fund: what about sovranist parties?

  During the February Plenary Session, the European Parliament will debate five topics regarding COVID-19. One concerns the EU’s mega aid plan for countries in difficulty: the Recovery and Resilience Fund of € 750 billion. What will be the vote of the sovereign parties of the right and the extreme left? The question is legitimate

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