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JPICH – Cultural Heritage, Identities & Perspectives: Responding to Changing Societies – 2020

The goal of Joint Programming is to bring a new dimension to European research by aligning national programmes in participating countries around grand societal challenges, and thereby to contribute to the development of the European Research Area.

6,530,081 euro

Appeal framework

Institution European Commission
Regions European Union

EU members : Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Greece, the Kingdom of The Netherlands, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Sweden
The United Kingdom

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Priorities and funded actions

* To support well-defined, interdisciplinary and collaborative research projects of the highest quality and standards that will lead to significant advances in our understanding of cultural heritage across
* The broader research community and society;
* To maximise the value and impact of research outcomes by promoting knowledge exchange, interactions, partnerships and inclusive engagement between cultural heritage researchers, individuals and organisations outside the immediate research community at the international and local level, to include policy and decision makers, public authorities, businesses and commercial enterprises, operational and rescue bodies, the broader heritage sector, voluntary and community groups and the general public;
* To encourage the implementation and transmission of research outcomes and to communicate them and the knowledge acquired among researchers and stakeholder sectors

Among financed actions
* Exhibitions;
* Guided tours;
* Performances;
* Debates;
* Films;
* Broadcasts;
* Websites or enrichments of digital collections which better support co-creation of heritage narratives;
* Conferences;
* Workshops, and other knowledge transfer activities

Additional information
* This call for proposal is an open call for proposal 

* Initial duration of the action: up to 36 months

* Eligibility: 
– Only beneficiaries eligible according to the rules of the national funding agencies participating in the JPICH CHIP Call are eligible to apply, irrespective of their nationality;
– Each proposal must involve at least three eligible Principle Investigators;
– The maximum number of national research teams or legal entities to be funded in a transnational project consortium is five



* Indicative budget per country:
– Bulgaria: 230,081 euro, maximum amount of the grant 76,693 euro;
– Cyprus: 400,000 euro, maximum amount per grant 200,000 euro; 
– Czech Republic:  350,000 euro;
– Estonia:  100,000 euro, maximum amount of the grant 100,000 euro;
– France: 800,000 euro, amximum amount of the grant 200,000 euro;
– Greece:  1,000,000 euro, maximum amount per grant 250,000 euro;
– the Kingdom of The Netherlands: 750,000 euro, maximum amount of the grant 250,000 euro; 
– Latvia: 300,000 euro, maximum amount of the grant 300,000 euro;
– Lithuania:  100,000 euro, maximum amount of the grant 100,000 euro;
– Norway: 750,000 euro, maximum amount of the grant 300,000 euro;
– Poland: 100,000 euro, maximum amount per grant 100,000 euro;
– Portugal: 250,000 euro, maximum amount of the grant 250,000 euro;
– Sweden: 750,000 euro, maximum amount of the grant 240,000 euro;
– The United Kingdom:  650,000 euro, maximum amount of the grant 200,000 euro

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