The event brought together the European University Alliance projects funded under H2020 SwafS call, including the case of the CHARM-EU R&I dimension and focused on building synergies in Open Science and societal engagement.
CHARM-EU featured in the European Research Area and Innovation Committee’s ’Triangle Task Force’ Guidelines Paper
ERAC – European Research Area and Innovation Committee – released a research evaluation in context of Open Science and gender equality on the 2nd of June 2021 in Brussels, Belgium. The aim of the report is to provide stakeholders, who are involved in the reform of research evaluation, with guidelines designed to foster Open Science and gender equality.
Between 5-6 March 2021 the University of Montpellier, in collaboration with the UNESCO, organized the Water4Future Hackathon, one of CHARM-EU’s pilot activities. The event was a hub for fruitful discussions, and inspired participants from all around the world to critically evaluate the pressing topics of water and sustainability.