The Role of Citizens in EU Missions Implementation - online event

18. Jan 2022

Join the 1st Citizen Science Helix event on Feb 8th, 2022 and hear about citizens’ roles in EU missions implementation

EU Missions are a novelty of the Horizon Europe research and innovation programme. They are a new way to bring concrete solutions to some of our greatest challenges. With ambitious goals, they will deliver impact by putting research and innovation into a new role, combined with new forms of governance and collaboration, as well as by engaging citizens.

Missions will engage with citizens to boost societal uptake of new solutions and approaches. But what exactly will the role of citizens in the EU Missions implementation be? And how can we best integrate Citizen Science not only in the 5 areas of the Missions but also in our organisations?

 1st Citizen Science Helix Event on

The Role of Citizens in EU Missions Implementation 

Tuesday, the 8th of February, 1:30 PM -  5:00 PM.

This event is aimed at anyone interested in Citizen Science and in participating in a project targeting one of the forthcoming Mission Calls. This event will also touch on the institutionalisation of Citizen Science and will have a dedicated pitch sessions (short presentations from participants searching for partners) for the upcoming Mission Calls. The event is organised by the Time4CS project, where ZSI has the lead of the evaluation workpackage.

Speakers include:

  • Neville Reeve - Head of Mission sector, European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, Policy & Programming Centre, Missions & Partnerships

  • Gabriella Leo - Seconded National Expert - Open Science policy - Science and Society, European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, ERA & Innovation, Open Science

  • Muki Haklay - Professor of GIScience, University College London

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