Presentation on theme: "Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge-based Society Results of first call Presented by Henry Scott, EKT."— Presentation transcript:
Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge-based Society Results of first call Presented by Henry Scott, EKT
Implementation Overview First Call in three parts shared between two deadlines: First Call in three parts shared between two deadlines: 15 th April 2003 Citizens-1: open to Networks of Excellence (NoEs) and Integrated Projects (IPs) Citizens-1: open to Networks of Excellence (NoEs) and Integrated Projects (IPs) Citizens-2: open to Specific Targeted Research Projects (STREPs) and Coordination Actions (CAs) Citizens-2: open to Specific Targeted Research Projects (STREPs) and Coordination Actions (CAs) 10 th December 2003 Citizens-3: open to NoEs and IPs only Citizens-3: open to NoEs and IPs only
Citizens-1 Research topics Open to NoEs and IPs 1.1.3 Science and Technology in the knowledge- based society 2.1.1 Societal trends in the KBS and their implications for quality of life 3.1.1 Migration immigration and multiculturalism as challenges for KBSs 5.1.2 Multilevel governance, democracy and new policy instruments 6.1.1 New approaches to security and the role of Europe
Citizens-1 Outcome Budget: 20 million Euros Funding for “up to one proposal per topic” 5 topics covered Overall 70 proposals received 6 were ineligible / withdrawn by proposers 14 passed evaluation criteria thresholds (20%) 5 were funded (7%): 3 NoEs + 2 IPs 36% of those passing thresholds were funded (very low) Topic 2.1.1 – ‘Societal trends in the KBS and their implications for quality of life’ - no proposal passed the threshold of evaluation criteria!
Citizens-2 Research Topics Open to STREPs and CAs 1.2.1 Understanding of a KBS 1.2.2 Knowledge-based entrepreneurship 1.2.3 New knowledge and integration of social sciences and humanities in Europe 2.2.1 Education challenges for the KBS 2.2.2 Links between science and education 2.2.3 Intergenerational inheritance of inequalities 2.2.4 Insecurity
Citizens-2 Topics (contd) 3.1.2 “Knowledge for Humankind” initiative 3.2.1 Historical development of socio- economic models 3.2.2 Citizens’ attitudes and civic values 3.2.3 Sustainable development and KBS 4.2 Transformations in the Candidate Countries 5.2 Corporate social responsibility 6.2.1 Human rights 6.2.2 Roots of violent conflicts 7.2.1 Active civic participation 7.2.2 The European public sphere
Citizens-2 Outcome Budget: 33M Euros 17 topics 194 proposals received 54 above thresholds (28%) 39 selected for funding (20%) 72% of those above threshold selected for funding (acceptable ratios – slightly better than in FP5)
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Citizens-3 Research Topics Open to NoEs and IPs only 1.1.1 Understanding Knowledge 1.1.2 Knowledge dynamics and economic and societal development I Europe and in its regions 2.1.2 Social cohesion in the KBS 2.1.3 Changes in work in the knowledge society 2.1.4 promoting the knowledge society through life-long learning 4.1.1 “Deepening and widening of the European Union”: lessons from the past and visions of the future 4.1.2 Global governance, regulatory frameworks and the role of the European Union
Citizens-3 Topics (contd) 5.1.1 Public interest: conception, regulation and implementation 5.1.3 Towards a European Contract Law 7.1.1 European Citizenship and multiple identities 7.1.2 Cultural dialogue and the European society 7.1.3 New perspectives on European History
Citizens-3 Outcome Budget: 48 Million Euros 12 Topics 169 proposals evaluated 22 passed thresholds (13%) 15 selected for funding (9%) 68% of those above threshold selected for funding (acceptable ratio)
First Call FP6: Citizens-3 l First level è Second level uThird level – Fourth level l Fifth level
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