The event aims to bring people from across Europe to debate and discuss how to build a more sustainable, beautiful, and inclusive world. In order to do so, the Festival will foster synergies between the arts and science, politics and technology, as well as nature and society.
29 research and innovation projects managed by the European Research Executive Agency (REA) will participate at the Fair section of the Festival. These projects have been selected because they live up to the ideals of the New European Bauhaus: beautiful, sustainable, together.
Some of the topics the 29 projects are researching include building a circular economy, reducing water and food waste, advancing public health, and regenerating urban areas. These projects will participate to connect the European Green Deal to our everyday lives.
Plenty more projects managed by REA will also feature at the over 200 side-events across Europe.
Attend the Festival—either in Brussels or online from anywhere in the world—to find out what vital research and innovation the 29 projects, as well as many other EU-funded projects, are conducting!
- innovation | democracy | green economy
The New European Bauhaus is a novel initiative launched by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen. The idea is to imagine a world that is more in tune with nature yet that takes full advantage of the digital age; relies equally on science and the creative industries; as well as one that is more fair and inclusive. That is why the New European Bauhaus’ slogan is ‘beautiful, sustainable, together’.