The European Commission has officially launched the Horizon 2020 Reflexive Societies call for 2015.
The calls include projects that will look at Cultural Heritage and European Identities.
They are looking for projects that will show how digital cultural resources can promote creativity and generate innovation in research, lead to richer interpretations of the past, bring new perspectives to questions of identity and culture, and generate societal and economic benefits.
Projects should enable new models to be developed of Europe’s cultural and intellectual history and to bring cultural content to new audiences in novel ways.
The deadline is 21 April 2015.
Projects will need to work with a consortium of European Partners. Groups who are successful in this call will start developing their consortium now.
The commission is looking to award funds of €2-4 million for projects.
Further Information: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/topics/2104-reflective-6-2015.html
Philip Leverhulme Prizes recognise the achievement of early career researchers whose work has already attracted international recognition and whose future career is exceptionally promising. The prize scheme makes up to thirty awards of £100,000 a year, across a range of academic disciplines. The 2014 round opens on 6 January 2014 and closes to nominations on 14 May 2014.
For the 2014 competition the selected subject areas are:
- Biological Sciences
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Philosophy and Theology
- Sociology and Social Policy
Each Prize has a value of £100,000 which may be used over a two or three year period. Prizes can be used for any purpose which can advance the prize-holder’s research, with the exception of enhancing the prize-holder’s salary.
The Prize is available over two or three years.
Please read the following before submitting a nomination.
Fo further information go to: http://leverhulme.ac.uk/funding/PLP/PLP.cfm?utm_source=FUNDING+BULLETIN&utm_campaign=2189d99bd6-FB_NOV_13&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_06df278404-2189d99bd6-78732765
Funding from the National Lottery can be applied for to celebrate next year’s centenary of the First World War.
Funding body: National Lottery
Scheme: First World War: Then and Now
Overview: Projects to mark the Centenary of the First World War. These grants aim to make a real difference to a wide range of people by helping them understand the war and its impact better. In particular, they want to involve young people in marking the Centenary. See examples of the heritage your project might explore.
In assessment, they take account of the broad range of outcomes that projects achieve. Projects need to cover a number of the following areas:
Outcomes for heritage
With our support, heritage will be:
• better managed
• in better condition
• better interpreted and explained
• identified / recorded
Outcomes for people
With our investment, people will have:
• developed skills
• learnt about heritage
• volunteered time
Outcomes for communities
With our support:
• more people and a wider range of people will have engaged with heritage.
Deadlines: Open Call -apply anytime
Budget: £3,000 to £10,000. They also provide grants of more than £10,000 for First World War projects
The Lottery are looking to fund not-for-profit organisations; and partnerships led by not-for-profit organisations.