Horizon Europe is also open to participation from African scientists, researchers, public and private actors. And as closer political, economic and social ties have developed between Africa and Europe in recent years, significant opportunities lie ahead.
There are already several important EU-Africa research and scientific initiatives in place, such as the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP). Covid-19 has further reinforced the importance of EU-African co-operation across a range of thematic areas.
International collaboration in the fields of research and science is crucial for the delivery of new innovative products into the marketplace. This will in turn help stimulate economic development and address key social problems.
In this webinar, we focus on above issues, and try to determine how we can increase African participation in Horizon Europe, and also strengthen the EU-African partnerships in the fields of research, innovation, and science in order to successfully tackle the UN Sustainability Goals.
Tune in to our livestream on 21 October to be a part of this important debate, and hear from key experts and decision makers sharing their insights.
Head of ICT at the African Union
MEP, Chair of the European Parliament delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly
Head of Innovation and structural policies at the OECD Development Centre
Managing director of ISC Intelligence in Science
Deputy Director General, International department for Science and Research, South African Government
Chief Representative to the EU Institutions, Huawei
Founder of spreadable.io
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