JPI Cultural Heritage
The AHRC is pleased to announce a Europe-wide competition for research activities: the ‘Joint Pilot Transnational Call for Proposals: Funding of Research and Networking Projects in Cultural Heritage’.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is participating in the Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) on “Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a new Challenge for Europe” on behalf of the UK. The aim of the JPI, which commenced October 2011, is to define a common vision between the 17 participating countries and to address the strong relationships that link cultural heritage, technological innovation and economic development within the dynamic framework of the challenges and competitiveness of an enlarged European Union.
The participating Member States and Associated Countries have joined forces in order to launch a Joint Pilot Call for proposals for transnational research and networking projects in the field of cultural heritage. This is an important step towards the coordination of transnational strategies concerning Cultural Heritage Research, building on the dynamic developed by the JPI and JHEP process.