Israel and Georgia join Horizon Europe

In the first week of December, both Georgia and Israel formally associated to Horizon Europe, the EU’s €95.5 billion research and innovation programme for the 2021-2027 period. The two countries’ innovators and researchers can now participate in the programme on equal terms with the EU’s Member States. 

Georgia previously participated in Horizon, joining the 2014-2020 iteration of the programme back in 2016. Israel has been a participant of EU Framework programmes in research and innovation for over two decades, first joining in 1996, and ranked third in overall participation amongst associated/third countries in Horizon 2020. 

Associations of third countries to these programmes are part of the EU’s commitment to a ‘Global Approach to Research and Innovation’, which recognises the need for international collaboration to drive excellence in the field of R&I. 

Industrial Innovation
Innovation
SME Innovation
Regional Innovation & Investment
Entrepreneurship and Industry
Digital Agenda
Creative Industries
Blue Growth
Health, Well-being and Life Sciences
Inclusive Growth and Employability
People (Jobs, Skills & Social Rights)
Education
Skills and Workforce Development
Energy & Mobility
Energy Efficiency
Transport
Low Carbon
Environment
Eco-Innovation
Environment
Food and Agriculture
Climate Change
Asylum and Migration
Research
Regeneration
Secure Societies
Manufacturing and Enabling Technologies
Financial Services
Regional Development
Oil and Gas
Place (Regional)
Smart Specialisation
Urban and Smart Cities
Rural Development
Investment
Single Market and Trade
Circular Economy and Bio-economy
Nature and Biodiversity
Circular Economy
Frontier Research
Researcher Exchange
Researcher Exchanges
Just Transition
Just Transition
Research & Innovation
Regional Equity & Inclusive Growth
Tourism & Cultural Heritage
Net-Zero Transition & Low Carbon