Black Sea Horizon
About BLACK SEA HORIZON
The BLACK SEA HORIZON (BSH) project has received funding from Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation and will run until January 2018.
The project aims to support the EU’s external relations with the target region by significantly contributing to ongoing bi-regional and regional Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policy dialogues, and by increasing the knowledge base about the EU’s external environment. It also stresses to stimulate bi-regional STI cooperation and to strengthen the EU’s economic competitiveness as well as to contribute to the establishment of supportive framework conditions by facilitating the pooling of resources and by identifying challenging thematic areas for mutual STI cooperation.
The project was kicked off in Bucharest, Romania in March 2015. It is coordinated by Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI GmbH) from Austria and involves 18 partners from all Black Sea countries and a number of EU member and associated countries. It will run until January 2018.
Τhe IncoNet EaP Project aims to support the advancement of the bi-regional STI policy dialogue between the EU MS/AC and the Eastern Partnership countries, with an explicit focus on the Societal Challenges that have been identified to be of mutual interest for the two regions, namely Climate Change, Energy and Health. In particular the project will identify actions and stakeholders and will implement innovative pilot activities to strengthen the coordination and impact of the individual actions.