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The European Capital of Innovation Award (iCapital)

With their capacity to connect people, places, public and private actors, cities can substantially enhance innovation in Europe and improve the quality of citizens’ lives. New approaches to undertake and deploy innovative practices are gaining support, marking the shift from traditional top-down schemes to stronger bottom-up practices, where citizens are increasingly co-shaping public policies in an open, transparent way.

Scope

The traditional city innovation ecosystem is opening up to new models of innovation engaging citizens. An increasing number of cities are acting as test-beds for innovation and run citizens-driven initiatives to find solutions for their relevant societal challenges.

The public domain is particularly challenged with finding effective ways to ensure the mainstreaming of these practices into the ordinary urban development process. Successful practices are particularly crucial to enhance the city's capacity to attract new resources, funds and talents, and become role models for other cities.

Expected Impact

A European prize to the most innovative city ecosystem. The award will raise the profile of the city teams that have developed and implemented innovative policies; enhance citizens' role in finding local solutions and participating in the decision-making process; facilitate the city attractiveness towards investors, industry, top class talents and entrepreneurial individuals; help the city open up connections with others and cooperate with them, thus inspiring and helping identify best practices to be replicated across Europe.

Cross-cutting Priorities

  • Socio-economic science and humanities
  • Open Innovation
Call ID
H2020-European-i-Capital-Prize-2019 - RPr Recognition Prize
Date de candidature
06/06/2019
Pays
Union Européenne
Discipline
Humanités Anthropologie & Ethnologie Archéologie Architecture Art et histoire de l'art Etudes classiques Humanités numériques Histoire Linguistique Littérature Etude des médias Musique et musicologie Philosophie Religion et théologie Sciences sociales Gestion et administration publique Communication Démographie Economie Sciences environnementales Etudes de genre Géographie Relations internationales Droit Sciences de l'éducation Science politique Psychologie et sciences cognitives Anthropologie sociale Sociologie
Expérience post-doc requise: 
entre 0 et 99 ans
Type de programme H2020
Défis sociétaux Défi sociétal 6 : L'Europe dans un monde en évolution : des sociétés ouvertes à tous, innovantes et réflexives
Bourses disponibles
6
Montant par bourse
€ 1.000.000 maximum
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