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Organic food production and consumption

Last day of application: 28/08/2018

Day of decision: 14/11/2018

Formas has allocated SEK 48 million to a call for financing research projects within organic production and consumption.

The targeted call in organic production and consumption wants to strengthen both research and the impact of research, thus there should be a detailed plan on how to interact and communicate with different stakeholders as well as the surrounding community. Projects can be allocated up to 3 million per year and the length of projects should be 4 years.

Purpose of the call

The call aims to satisfy the need for broader projects that can address cross-disciplinary issues and sustainable solutions, and to contribute to greater expertise in organic food production and consumption.

Who can apply: A Swedish university, college, research institute, governmentagency commissioned to conduct research or other public-sector organisation that meet Formas’criteria for administrating organisations (Read more in the call text)
Each project can apply for: Up to 2-3 million SEK/year
Length of project: 4 years
Formas allocates: 48 million SEK

Call text

In the call text, you will find all you need to know before, during and after you have applied.

Organic food production and consumption (pdf)

How to apply

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Contact information

Responsible

Åsa Frisk, Senior Research Officer
Telephone: +46(0)8-775 41 19, +46(0)72 209 05 59
E-mail: asa.frisk@formas.se

Ola Thomsson, Senior Research Officer
Telephone: +46(0)8 775 40 02, +46(0)70 286 65 05
E-mail: ola.thomsson@formas.se

Administrative assistance

Sara Paglia, Research Administrator
Telephone: +46(0)8 775 41 09, +46(0)72 451 33 55
E-mail: sara.paglia@formas.se

Åsa Frisk

6/29/2018