“International cooperation in H2020 Secure Societies calls – Sharing experience with Latin American countries”
Thursday 5th November, 15:00 to 16:30 CET
In this occasion, experts from Argentina will present some specific experiences and initiatives related to H2020 Secure Societies calls.
The webinar is addressed to all Secure Societies NCPs as well as to National NCP Coordinators from Latin American countries, where a SC7 NCP in particular is not appointed yet. The webinar is jointly organised by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MINCYT), SEREN4 partner in Argentina. The aim is to explore potential cooperation with 3rd countries, in particular Latin American countries, showing cases and sharing experience from the Secure Societies calls.
The objective of this call for expressions of interest is to set up a list of individual external experts to assist the European Commission in relation to the implementation of the DG HOME Funds: Internal Security Fund and Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.
Expressions of interest should be submitted in one of the official languages of the European Union by electronic means using Priamos the DG HOME IT platform.
More information here.
The European Commission launched a public consultation on the Evaluation of the European Crime Prevention Network.
The European Crime Prevention Network was set up in 2001 to promote crime prevention across the EU and enable EU countries to share knowledge and best practices. The purpose of the evaluation is to assess:
- how far the network has met its objectives;
- its efficiency, relevance, coherence and added value;
- its multi-annual strategy
Deadline to have your say: 24 September 2020
More information here.
Registrations for the Research and Innovation Days 2020 are now open. The virtual event is set for the 22-24 September 2020.
On the event's website, a part from the registration section, you’ll also find:
• an updated programme with information on plenary sessions, hub sessions, workshops and co-design sessions
The Research Executive Agency (REA) of the European Commission has formally labelled the DRIVER+ project a “success story”. DRIVER+ has produced valuable results that benefit crisis management stakeholders and other EU- funded safety and security research innovation projects. It is now available online the DRIVER+ Adopters Package which provides information on these free and open-source tools that have been developed to accelerate innovation in crisis and disaster risk management. Check it out!