REACH project presented to the informative meeting of H2020 programme

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Cattura1Last Tuesday, Prof.José María Martín Civantos of the University of Granada, Task Leader of the REACH Rural Heritage Pilot, has participated in a briefing of the H2020 program entitled “Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies” organized by the Office of International Projects of the UGR and the Andalusian Knowledge Agency. The session consisted on the presentation of the different H2020 calls for the Social Challenge 6: Europe in a changing world, inclusive, innovative and thoughtful societies. This meeting has the participation of the point of contact in Andalusia. In this content was agreed that the REACH project will be set out as an example of participation in such calls.
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