Sharing, Initiating, and Learning Citizen Science in Europe

EU-Citizen.Science is an online platform and mutual learning space for sharing useful tools & guidelines, best practice examples and practical training modules for anyone involved or interested in citizen science -from volunteers and participants, to scientific institutions and policymakers.

The Project

The three-year EU-Citizen.Science project is funded by the EC’s Horizon 2020 programme ‘Science with and for Society’. It is our aim to enable and accelerate the mainstreaming of citizen science in Europe by creating a central hub for knowledge sharing, coordination, and action at the regional, national and international levels.


We are coordinating actions and leveraging resources for citizen science to cross-fertilise knowledge and increase impact.


We are engaging with all actors involved in citizen science to leverage experience and skills, and improve uptake.


We are creating a mutual learning space and hub for citizen science to share knowledge and know-how across the whole community.

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Latest Project News & Updates


EU-Citizen.Science and Citizen Science Cost Action CA15212 co-organise a workshop to co-create the EU platform for citizen science

On 10-11 April, the European Citizen Science Association (ECSA), which leads the creation of the European platform for citizen science, and Museum für Naturkunde (MfN), which is coordinating the EU-Citizen.Science[…]

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EU-Citizen.Science was officially kicked-off!

On 20-21 February, the project partners of EU-Citizen.Science met at the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin. Hosted by the coordinator of the project, this meeting brought together all the key[…]

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About Us

The EU-Citizen.Science consortium consists of 14 partners and 9 third parties, from across 14 European member states, as well as other project supporters. We represent a variety of stakeholders who are active in citizen science, including universities, non-governmental organisations, local authorities, community service organisations, and museums.


EU-Citizen.Science has received funding from the European Union´s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under grant agreement No. 824580