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Feedback to Policy 2024 call: Second information session

The European Commission and European Research Executive Agency are organising two information sessions dedicated to the Feedback to Policy call, which will maximise research impact and the links of MSCA with EU policies.

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Feedback to Policy call will open on 25 April 2024. The deadline to submit proposals is 3 September 2024. 

To support interested applicants, the European Commission and the European Research Executive Agency (REA) will organise 2 information sessions to present the policy background of the call and provide practical details to interested organisations. 

  • The first information session will take place on 25 April 2024, 10.00 - 11.30, CEST  
  • The second information session will take place on 29 May 2024, 10.00 - 11.30, CEST 

The link to the respective meeting will be provided upon registration 

Feedback to Policy call 

Under this call, the European Commission will award up to €2 million to map and assess thematic links between MSCA projects and their contribution to several EU policy priorities. It will also gather feedback from MSCA’s research and innovation community on how to maximise the programme's impact. 

 Expected outcomes

 Successful applicants will be expected to 

  • assess the impact and contribution of MSCA projects under Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe in relation to the EU Missions 
  • assess how much MSCA projects contribute to the policy objectives of the European Research Area and two of the policy objectives of the programme: the development of researchers’ training, skills and careers and the related promotion of inter-sectoral collaboration 
  • contribute to strengthening links between the MSCA and other relevant EU-funded initiatives and programmes linked to these policy priorities 
  • support building and enhancing links and interactions among MSCA beneficiaries, researchers, and policymakers to inform policymaking as well as build new partnerships and research collaborations 
  • provide recommendations on how to strengthen the policy impact of the MSCA and possible areas of intervention in the future  

 More information will be available at the call opening on the MSCA website