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CONSEIL EUROPEEN DES APPLICATIONS DE LA SCIENCE ET DE L'INGENIERIE (EURO-CASE)

Country: France

CONSEIL EUROPEEN DES APPLICATIONS DE LA SCIENCE ET DE L'INGENIERIE (EURO-CASE)

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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 101070776
    Overall Budget: 3,712,330 EURFunder Contribution: 3,712,330 EUR

    The project 'Science Advice for Policy by European Academies' (SAPEA) is part of the Scientific Advice Mechanism of the European Commission. At the request of the EC, it provides targeted scientific evidence in a timely and transparent manner to inform the production of science advice by the Group of Chief Scientific Advisors while ensuring the highest scientific quality, developed by complete and independent evidence analysis and synthesis. SAPEA comprises five European Academy Networks: Academia Europaea, ALLEA, Euro-CASE, FEAM and YASAS. It contributes to widening participation by mobilising its network of some 110 academies from more than 40 countries across Europe, each with hundreds of Fellows. SAPEA aims to strengthen the links between European science academies and to ensure their active participation in its activities. SAPEA assembles interdisciplinary working groups of scientific experts. The working groups produce Evidence Review Reports or other scientific inputs for the Chief Scientific Advisors. The process is supported by Systematic Literature Reviews. SAPEA aims to ensure wide geographical coverage including Widening Countries and gender diversity, coverage of all relevant scientific fields and interdisciplinarity in the process, as well as an open and inclusive approach to involve experts who are not Academy Fellows, and early and mid-career researchers. Experts contribute on a voluntary basis. SAPEA organises an inclusive dialogue about major societal challenges via a series of events, social media and further D&E&C activities to communicate the project’s results and the work of the Group of Chief Scientific Advisors, engaging with the scientific community, policy-makers, stakeholders and the wider public. These activities contribute to increasing awareness of the significance of science advice for policy and to improving transparency of the EU policy-making process. More information can be found on the project´s website: www.sapea.info.

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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 737432
    Overall Budget: 6,600,000 EURFunder Contribution: 6,600,000 EUR

    The “Science Advice for Policy by European Academies” (SAPEA) project is part of the Scientific Advice Mechanism of the European Commission (SAM), which supports the College of Commissioners with high quality, timely and independent scientific advice for its policy-making activities. SAPEA brings together the five European Academy Networks: Academia Europaea, ALLEA, EASAC, Euro-CASE and FEAM. Through these Academy Networks, the SAPEA project pools the resources of around 100 individual science academies, each with hundreds of Fellows, in over 40 countries across Europe. While the individual Academy Networks are specialised in certain scientific areas, the SAPEA project combines these respective areas of expertise and ensures the inclusion of all scientific disciplines (social, human, natural, engineering and medical sciences). In addition, SAPEA includes Fellows of young academies and other early-career scientists in its activities. In view of the increasing complexity of today’s societal challenges and the growing need for independent interdisciplinary scientific evidence to inform policymaking, the project’s core objectives are: • to provide science-based policy advice and scientific inputs in different formats, in particular Evidence Review Reports, to inform the Scientific Opinion of the Group of Chief Scientific Advisors of the European Commission and the wider public; • to raise awareness of scientific evidence, especially the Advisors’ work and that of SAPEA, in policymaking and stimulate the debate in Europe on these issues; and • to strengthen cooperation and foster synergies between the Academy Networks and their member academies, as well as to make the existing structures more sustainable. The working groups comprising the academy Fellows and other outstanding experts are the key component in providing interdisciplinary scientific policy advice. Topics for SAM stem either from the European Commission when requesting scientific advice for a specific policy issue or may be proposed by SAPEA or the Group of Chief Scientific Advisors. A dedicated communications office supports the communication and dissemination of the project’s results which are also published on the project´s website: www.sapea.info. SAPEA will contribute to tackling the COVID-19 related needs of scientific evidence.

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