Open Call with SSH aspects in Water JPI

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Published on: 11/10/2022

The Water JPI launched a Joint Transnational Call on “Management of water resources: resilience, adaptation and mitigation to hydroclimatic extreme events and management tools” with deadline for pre-proposals on 31 Oct 2022.



31 October 2022 at 15:00 (CET): deadline for pre-proposal


20 March 2023: deadline for full proposals




Short Call Abstract:

The 2022 Joint Transnational Call within the Water4All Partnership is aimed at research and innovation to improve water security in the long term. Proposals must address at least one main topic, even though it is not compulsory to address all subtopics within a topic in the proposals.


Topic 3: Improved water governance in the context hydroclimatic extreme events and international contexts

  • Undertaking an analysis and developing robust Governance models for the management of water resources in the context of extreme events, is critical increasing the decision-making capacity of institutions and involvement of citizens. This should include ways of improving coordination between water managers to increase our capacity to reduce vulnerability to extreme events, as well as effectively respond to them.

  • Addressing and encouraging international cooperation in the field of water, including management of transboundary water resources and contribution to Water Diplomacy.


SSH aspects:

Disciplines may include (but are not limited to) political sciences, economics, business, law, communication.


Specific participation requirements:

  • Applicants should note that, in some countries, several funding organisations participate in the call with different organisational rules and priorities.

  • Applicants must pay attention to the national regulations and if questions arise.

  • Each consortium must be composed of at least a minimum of three eligible partners that request funding from participating Funding Partner Organisations from three different countries.

  • In addition to the abovementioned condition, the projects must involve at least two independent legal entities from two different EU Member States or Horizon Europe associated countries as recipients of the financial support.



  • A total of 34 Funding Partner Organisations (FPOs) from 29 countries have agreed to launch a Joint Transnational Call for RD&I proposals on the topic “Management of water resources: resilience, adaptation and mitigation to hydroclimatic extreme events and management tools”.

  • The research teams applying for funding shall comply with national regulation of the related FPO in the Water4All consortium listed in ANNEX C.