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ERANID, the European Research Area Network on Illicit Drugs, is an ERA-NET scheme which consists of 9 organisations in 6 different EU Member States (BE, FR, IT, NL, PT & UK). The network aims to improve cooperation in drug research in order to allow well-founded policy decisions. A first Joint call will be launched on 15 September 2015 that aims at funding multidisciplinary transnational research in “Understanding drug use pathways”.

The Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO), who manages the Federal research programme drugs, launched their call for proposals 2015.

The countries who committed their financial contribution for the first joint call have set a date for its publication: September 15, 2015. Early August more information will be available about the research topic(s) of the call, the available budget and the rules of application.

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Pre-Announcement First Joint Call

'ERANID offers unique opportunities for European collaboration in addiction research'

In an interview with the Chairman of the European Research Area Network on Illicit Drugs (ERANID), Henk Garretsen, he explains the aims and strengths of this European partnership. He also looks ahead at the activities that are planned for the coming period; developing the Strategic Research Agenda is the main focus of the project in 2014, leading to its first call for proposals in 2015.

> Read the interview