The European Commission has recently adopted work programme 2021–2022 of its science and knowledge service – Joint Research Centre (JRC). The newly published work programme illustrates the main priorities of the JRC within the next two years with some short, concrete examples of both new and already ongoing activities. The JRC’s new activities include leading the design phase for the New European Bauhaus as well as playing a strong, cross-cutting role in the Commission’s coronavirus response. In addition, the document also outlines the distribution of JRC work for each political priority, detailing which policy DG’s JRC cooperate with.
The Work programme can be found at JRC website.