SBD-Grants Office invites all researchers from University of Twente to join our information session on Horizon Europe Cluster 3: Civil Security for Society on Wednesday, 22 September 2021 from 10.30 to 11.45.
Please, save the date in your agenda and register for this online event here.
The event is focused on the funding opportunities provided by Horizon Europe Cluster 3: Civil Security for Society.
SBD-Grants Office invites all those interested to join the event where Boy Dacier and Victor Hartong, RVO National Contact Point (NCP) Cluster 3, are going to walk participants through the main features of relevant 2021-2022 Work Programme, including calls for funding and rules for participation. They will also explain the role of National Contact Point and what type of support it is provided by RVO. A Q&A time will follow NCP’s intervention.
We aim at organising the information session as a hybrid event, depending on relevant health safety measures and capacity of meeting rooms – please indicate your preferred option of participation (in person or remotely) on the registration form and we will do our best to accommodate preferences. You will receive details about the location and/or log in information after registration.
The event will be recorded, so if you are unavailable to attend on 22 September from 10.30 to 11.45, but would be interested in Cluster 3, please sign up as well. You will receive the recording afterwards.
Cluster 3: Civil security for society
Policy and strategy
This cluster responds to the challenges arising from persistent security threats, including cybercrime, as well as natural and man-made disasters.
The expected impacts of this cluster are contained in the Horizon Europe strategic plan.
Areas of intervention
- disaster-resilient societies
- protection and security
- fighting crime and terrorism (including organised crime and cybercrime)
- border management (including customs security and maritime security)
- resilient infrastructure
- cybersecurity (including security of network and information systems and certification)
- disaster-resilient societies (including against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incidents; climate-related risks and extreme events; geological disasters, such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis; pandemics)
Apply for funding
All funding information and details on how to apply are on the Funding and Tenders portal.
Funding opportunities under Horizon Europe are set out in multiannual work programmes. Civil security for society work programme includes funding opportunities for all standard types of action: Research & Innovation Actions, Innovation Actions, Cooperation and Support Actions.
For more information on the information session, you can contact SBD-Grants Office via firstname.lastname@example.org