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Our TEAM 2024 Call is open!

Discover the possibilities and apply for a TEAM project! 

 Get ready, because the time has come!

We're thrilled to launch our Call for TEAM 2024 Concept Note proposals. 
Discover this opportunity to receive funding for projects lasting maximum 5 years. Let's dive in!

We look forward to receiving your proposals!

Visit The Call Page

Information & Matchmaking session

Curious to know more? We had a hybrid information session and an in-person matchmaking session in Brussels for participants who are based in Belgium on Friday 13 October 2023.

You can watch it here : 

Presentation TEAM 2024 - Infosession

What are TEAM projects?

TEAM projects are:

  • medium-term projects with a maximum duration of 5 years
  • allowing for different objectives (exploration, innovation, valorisation, etc.) and different approaches (education, research, policies, outreach, people, network building)
  • ideal for fostering collaborations among academic stakeholders in Flanders as well as forging strong ties between academic institutions, governments, civil society and private actors

TEAM projects aim to explore, build and deepen academic/scientific collaborations among diverse teams of academics and researchers focusing on a sustainable development challenge.

This Call

This call for Stage 1 Concept Notes is part of a 2-stage intake process for new TEAM projects. Selected proposals will be invited to participate in the Stage 2 and to submit a Fully Fledged Proposal. The finally selected proposals will be able to start as of 1 September 2024.

Don’t miss out! This is the second TEAM call within our Five-Year Programme 2022 – 2027 (FYP2). The next TEAM call will be organised in 2025 for TEAM 2026 projects.

Looking for research questions from other stakeholders?

The international NGO Join For Water is looking for collaboration with researchers. Watch this video and learn about this organisation and their research questions!

This is just one example of how academic work can align with needs from NGOs and Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships can be established.