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CEPOL is an agency of the European Union dedicated to develop, implement and coordinate training for law enforcement officials. Since 1 July 2016, the date of its new legal mandate1, CEPOL's official name is “The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training”.
The Centre for Social Sciences (Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre of Excellence) is a research institution where 200 Hungarian and international researchers engage in exploratory and innovative national and international research projects in the Social Sciences. Founded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and part of the Eötvös Loránd Research Network, the Centre’s charter established its freedom to research without political influence. Comprising four institutes—Political Science, Minority Studies, Legal Studies, Sociology, and other research units—, the Centre has greatly contributed to understanding and addressing far-reaching societal issues that pertain to Hungarian and European societies.The Centre’s research activities focus on sociology, political science, computational social science, network science, minority studies, and law. Researchers take an interdisciplinary approach in their scientific work. The Centre’s main goals are to extend the quality of Hungarian research to Europe and beyond, to take a prominent regional lead in social science research, and to serve as a point of scientific reference in Hungary. The Centre currently operates over 70 local and international research projects, it manages an open access repository for research data, and provides consultations for its researchers on GDPR and data management.Publishing six journals—two of them ranked by SCOPUS—, the Centre’s ambition has also been to expand its international publication portfolio in highly ranked international journals and publishing companies. A state-of-the-art research performance evaluating system has been used since 2013 with a focus on internal publications. Between 2017 and 2018, the efforts led to a 50% increase in the number of published works. Researchers at the Centre have actively engaged in international projects with EU’s H2020 research funding scheme. The Centre has worked on managing and participating in several of these projects. In 2018, the H2020 Research and Innovation Action project proposal DEMOS, which the Centre coordinates, won a €3 million grant from the European Commission. The Centre acts as work package and task leader of several ongoing H2020 projects such as BRIDGES, OPTED, RED-WELL, ESS-SUSTAIN-2, and RURALIZATION. The Centre also took part in a variety of other H2020 and FP7 projects (such as MIME, MOPACT, FAMILIES & SOCIETIES), COST actions, and Visegrad grants.A professional research administration team constantly sharpens its expertise in proposal writing, research communication and impact, and management of international grants. Besides receiving domestic and international training, the members of the Centre’s administration play active roles in international research management networks, such as EARMA and BESTPRAC.
The EIT aims to give Europe's innovation capacity and its readiness for the knowledge society a much needed boost. Its overall goal is to create a new European way of delivering essential economic growth and societal benefits through innovation. The EIT responds to Europe's particular situation, where the three sides of the knowledge triangle - excellent higher education, research and innovative business - are often still fragmented, thereby hindering a free flow of knowledge. The mission of the EIT is to grow and capitalise on the innovation capacity of partners from the knowledge triangle from the EU and beyond, notably via highly integrated Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs).