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Other EU Programmes

Our team offers here a selection of other EU funding programmes (2021-2027) which support research and innovation among other things:

The AMIF will contribute in particular to:

  • strengthening and developing all aspects of the Common European Asylum System, including its international dimensions,
  • strengthening and developing legal migration to the EU Member States and the effective integration and social inclusion of third country nationals,
  • countering irregular migration enhancing effective, safe and dignified return and readmission, as well as effective initial reintegration in third countries,
  • enhance solidarity and responsibility sharing between the EU Member State.

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Creative Europe invests in the cultural and creative sectors. The funded actions reinforce cultural and linguistic diversity, cultural heritage and competitiveness of the respective sectors. It enables the exchange and the collaboration of cultural institutions and professionals in Europe. Creative Europe is divided in the following strands: CULTURE, MEDIA and a CROSS-SECTORAL one.
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Digital Europe promotes the digital transition of Europe's economies and societies in the following areas:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI),
  • Supercomputing,
  • Cybersecurity,
  • Advanced digital skills,
  • Ensuring the wide use of digital technologies across the economy and society.

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The EU4Health programme complements the health policies of the EU member states. The EU funding programme has the following general goals:

  • To improve and foster health in the EU,
  • To tackle cross-border health threats,
  • To improve medicinal products, medical devices and crisis-relevant products,
  • To strengthen health systems, their resilience and resource efficiency.

EU4Health paves the way to a European Health Union by investing in urgent health priorities: the response to the COVID-19 crisis and reinforcing the EU’s resilience for cross-border health threats, Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan, and the Pharmaceutical Strategy for Europe. Other areas, such as health systems’ digitalisation, reducing the number of antimicrobial-resistant infections and improving vaccination rates will also be addressed.
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Eurostars is a multilateral funding programme co-funded by national budgets of Eurostars member countries and the EU Commission through Horizon Europe. It funds cross-border research and innovation projects of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) focussing on experimental development. The results of the research and innovation activities have to be novel and innovative. The achievement of the objectives has to be uncertain. The work carried out under the Eurostars project requires a scientific and systematical approach. Higher education institutions and research organisation are eligible to apply for funding, if they collaborate with at least one SME from Germany. Eurostars is open to all scientific disciplines.
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Major technological shifts are reducing costs, so that commercial models are able to challenge state actors in the space sector. The combination of space data and digital technologies brings significant additional opportunities. The EU Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) unites all existing and new space activities under one umbrella:

  • Galileo, an autonomous, global navigation satellite system (GNSS) under civil control, which consists of a constellation of satellites, centres and a global network of stations on the ground, offering positioning, navigation and timing services and integrating the needs and requirements of security;
  • European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS), a regional satellite navigation system under civil control which consists of centres and stations on the ground and several transponders installed on geosynchronous satellites and which augments and corrects the open signals emitted by Galileo and other GNSSs, inter alia for air-traffic management, for air navigation services and for other transport systems;
  • Copernicus, an operational, autonomous, user-driven, Earth observation system under civil control, building on the existing national and European capacities, offering geo-information data and services, comprising satellites, ground infrastructure, data and information processing facilities, and distribution infrastructure, based on a free, full and open data policy and, where appropriate, integrating the needs and requirements of security;
  • GOVSATCOM, a satellite communications service under civil and governmental control enabling the provision of satellite communications capacities and services to EU and EU Member State authorities managing security critical missions and infrastructures;
  • Space Situational Awareness (SSA), which includes the following sub-components: i) a space surveillance and tracking system aiming to improve, operate and provide data, information and services related to the surveillance and tracking of space objects that orbit the Earth; ii) observational parameters related to space weather events; iii) the risk monitoring of near-Earth objects approaching the Earth.

EUSPA supports the exploitation and market uptake of EU space activities. The intergovernmental European Space Agency (ESA) remains a major partner in the technical and operational implementation of the EU space programme.
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The Justice programme contributes to the further development of a European area of justice based on the rule of law. More specifically it supports judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters as well as judicial training to develop a common legal and judicial culture. The programme also facilitates effective access to justice for all, and supports the rights of victims of crime as well as the procedural rights of suspects and accused persons in criminal proceedings.
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The EU funding programme LIFE (L'Instrument Financier pour l'Environnement) funds important pilot projects in the areas of environmental protection, climate action and nature conservation in the EU member states. The LIFE programme contains the following sub-programmes:

  • Nature and biodiversity,
  • Circular economy and the quality of life,
  • Climate change mitigation and adaptation,
  • Clean energy transition.

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CERV aims to protect and promote European Union's (EU) rights and values as enshrined e.g. in the EU Treaties. It consists of four strands:

  • Union Values: protection and promotion of values that are constituting to the EU;
  • Equality, Rights and Gender Equality: promotion of rights, non-discrimination, equality, including gender equality;
  • Citizens' engagement and participation: promotion of citizen participation and participation in democratic life;
  • Daphne: combating violence, including gender-based violence.

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There are further EU funding programmes, which are not listed here and fund research and innovation among other things. A website of the EU Commission (EN) provides an overview of these programmes.