For the first time, Spain has become the first country to receive attractive funding under the Horizon 2020 “Europe in a Changing World: Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies” Challenge 6 programme.
The Spanish participants attract a financing of 16.7 million Euros, which means a participation of 12.1% of the EU-28 budget in the 2019 call. The success rate is 10.41%, slightly above the European average of 10.24%.
The “Europe in a Changing World: Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies” programme is one of the seven social challenges identified in Horizon 2020, which aims to foster a better understanding of Europe and offer solutions in a context of unprecedented transformations and growing global interdependence.
In the 2019 call, Spain not only obtains the highest return but is also the country that leads the highest number of proposals, with a total of 10 proposals out of 56, 19% of the total proposals. The lines where Spain has obtained its best results have been the call for Transformations, which includes research aimed at heritage and cultural issues.
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