Consultation period: 01 December 2022 - 23 February 2023 (midnight Brussels time)
Public consultation on the past, present and future of the European Research & Innovation Framework programmes 2014-2027
This consultation aims to collect the views of research institutions, businesses, consumer organisations, as well as non-governmental organisations, public authorities, and other stakeholders on the European Union Framework Programmes (FP) for Research & Innovation, Horizon 2020 (8th FP) and Horizon Europe (9th FP).
The consultation has five sections:
- Section A “About you” asks information about the respondent’s profile.
- Section B focuses on the past programme Horizon 2020 (2014 – 2020) and aims to collect feedback and evidence to draw lessons from the past. This part of the consultation will feed into the ex-post evaluation of Horizon 2020.
- Section C focuses on the current programme Horizon Europe (2021 – 2027) and aims to take stock of what stakeholders are currently experiencing to possibly adapt current actions. This part of the consultation will feed into the mid-term evaluation of Horizon Europe, covering the period 2021 – 2023.
- Section D collects views and opinions for the upcoming Strategic Plan of Horizon Europe (2025 – 2027). The questionnaire concerns the future societal challenges that should shape future EU research and innovation activities, the strengths and weaknesses of the European R&I system, EU Missions, European Partnerships and synergies with other EU programmes.
- Section E asks about the key lessons learned and messages for the future. If you wish so, you can upload a position paper in this section.
You can choose to complete only one or more sections of the consultation.
You can save your contribution as a draft on the server and continue later or on a different day.
As the consultation looks at the past, the present and the future of European Research Framework Programmes, some topics are addressed under multiple sections.
For example, both section B (Horizon 2020) and section C (Horizon Europe) examine how the programmes contributed (or is contributing) to climate, health, digital and industrial transitions. Likewise, questions on the programme’s implementation and administrative procedures are asked in the two sections to account for the simplification measures introduced in Horizon Europe.
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