Energy-SHIFTS Policy Fellowship application form
__BACKGROUND TO THE SCHEME__

Energy Social sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan (Energy-SHIFTS) is a €1m investment through the EU Horizon 2020 programme running from 2019-2021. Specifically, it represents the European Forum for energy-related social sciences and humanities (energy-SSH). Energy-SSH has played less of a role to date in shaping (European) energy policy than Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines and, as such, the Energy-SHIFTS forum is working to develop Europe’s interdisciplinary expertise in using and applying energy-SSH, particularly in front-line policy.

The two-year Energy-SHIFTS project began in April 2019 and is coordinated by Anglia Ruskin University (UK). A core part of its work, the Policy Fellowship scheme aims to identify current energy challenges faced by policyworkers, and help them access the latest energy-SSH research to help address those challenges.


__ELIGIBILITY & APPLICATION PROCESS__

This call is primarily intended for those working in energy policy-facing roles (interpreted very broadly) in the European Union and other Horizon 2020 associated countries (a full list is given within the application form).

The application process has two parts: (1) Submit this online application form, which covers basic information, background, motivation and your policy questions of interest and (2) send your CV to geus@drift.eur.nl

The deadline for applications is Thursday 31 October 2019 at midnight CET.


__USE OF DATA__

All responses to this call may be analysed (for e.g. key policy themes across regions) and the analysis subsequently published in Energy-SHIFTS reports or academic outputs. We will make every effort to ensure that individuals cannot be identified by only indicating organisation type and country in this analysis. Any quotes will be anonymous or use pseudonyms. This analysis will support a broader understanding of urgent policy issues in the field of energy and SSH. All Energy-SHIFTS reports will be made publicly available free-of-charge (via www.energy-shifts.eu).


__CONTACT DETAILS__

Should you have any queries about the application process (or the Energy-SHIFTS project more widely), please contact geus@drift.eur.nl (or project co-leads chris.foulds@anglia.ac.uk and rosie.robison@anglia.ac.uk). You are free to withdraw within two weeks of completion by emailing these addresses.
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