Pré-annonce : un appel international prochainement ouvert en sciences sociales | ANR - Agence Nationale de la Recherche
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From Google Translate: "Since 2010, the ORA-Open Research Area for Social Sciences has brought together the Netherlands, Germany, the United Kingdom and France with the aim of strengthening international cooperation in the social sciences. A joint appeal is scheduled for the end of April. It will be open to collaboration with Japanese researchers.
For this new call, any type of bilateral or multilateral collaboration involving teams from Germany, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom will be eligible, with the exception of bilateral Franco-German projects for which a specific program in Human and social sciences. The 2017 edition of the ORA call also envisages the possible participation of Japanese researchers. The Japanese agency - the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) - will participate as an associated partner in ORA and will launch a specific appeal for Japanese researchers. Further information on the modalities of participation will be provided in the text of the call for proposals.
Implementation of a two-step submission process
This year's call is open to all social science disciplines and to all research themes. However, following an evaluation of the ORA system carried out in 2016, the submission process will evolve. It will now take place in two stages: submission of a pre-proposal, the holders of projects selected at the end of this first stage will then be invited to submit a full proposal.
Their evaluation will, as in the past, be done in an integrated manner with the other countries. The ANR will fund only the French teams.
The call for projects is expected to be published at the end of April on the ANR website and will close on 5 July 2017 . The German agency (DFG) will coordinate this call and will take charge of the reception of the projects.
More information :
- Consult the joint announcement of the call for proposals (PDF only)
- Our page Strengthening the visibility of French research on projects"