The pan-European conference will provide the opportunity to widely share Forum results on the integration of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in EU energy policymaking to a varied audience.
The pan-European conference offers a platform to share recommendations elaborated as part of the two-year long Energy-SHIFTS project on SSH in the SET-Plan, the future direction of FP9 and ongoing EU-level energy-SSH advice mechanisms.
Brussels-based event including more than 130 Forum stakeholders.
Wide audience of policy workers, academics, civil society, experts involved or interested in better integrating SSH in EU policymaking.
Broad engagement through livestream facility.
Informal networking opportunities with a mix of energy-SSH stakeholders represented.