Last week we wrote about some provisions of the Horizon Europe programme that leaked online. This time, several research organizations have drafts that describe the priority in cultural and innovation ecosystems spheres.
The European Commission has outlined its plan for financing projects aimed at developing innovation ecosystems across Europe for two years.
The statements from the document: “The innovation procurement specialist advisory services are expected to facilitate the essential change of culture of the public procurers regarding the adoption of innovative solutions by diminishing their resistance to change and risk-averse perceptions.»
Culture and society
In the direction of culture, the European Commission has identified three priority areas of development:
- research on democracy and governance;
- European cultural heritage and the cultural and creative industries
- innovative social and economic transformations.
The work within the cultural part of the Horizon Europe program will be supported by other European projects, such as:
- Creative Europe
- Digital Europe
- the European Social Fund
- the European Regional Development Fund