JPICH Heritage in Changing Environments CALL
Research call "Heritage in Changing Environments" has been issued by Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a new challenge for Europe (JPICH).
The Heritage Council is Ireland’s representative in an EU project to assess priority areas for cultural heritage research across Europe. This project is known as the Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a new challenge for Europe (JPICH).
As an element of this, in partnership with other countries, the JPICH has launched the Heritage in Changing Environments research call. The Heritage Council has allocated €50,000 towards this research call.
View the Eligibility Criteria 645kb pdf
Further details on applications and FAQs can be found on the JPI Cultural Heritage website (www.jpiculturalheritage.eu) as well as a link to the online application system:
The Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Activities (MIBACT) will act as Handling Partner, managing the call and selection process on behalf of the JPICH. Applications are to be made via the online system to MIBACT and not to the Heritage Council.
Funding will be offered to excellent research projects involving Irish researchers. The project must have a maximum duration of 36 months. Further Irish requirements can be found on the Heritage Council website.
The Irish point of contact is Ian Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications must be submitted by 30 November 2017, 14:00 CET. The evaluation and ranking of proposals will occur in April 2018 and the funding decisions are expected to be announced in May 2018. Projects should aim to start from June 2018, but must start within 6 months after the funding decision. The latest starting date is 1 December 2018.