Definition & typology
The Report on the definition and Typology of Alignment recommends to adopt a common definition of alignment in a public-public partnership (P2P) context based on the definition elaborated in 2014 by the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC), and proposes a typology (i.e., classification) of alignment actions and instruments currently in use in Europe. This typology will form the basis for developing a more in-depth assessment of current alignment approaches.
The report is based on a review of existing literature and P2P practices as well as on inputs received during the Workshop on the Practical Implementation of Alignment: Learning from Good Practice held in Brussels on 29 September 2015.
- Workshop: Practical Implementation of Alignment I: Learning from Good Practice (29 Sept. 2015)
- Workshop: Practical Implementation of Alignment II: Learning from Good Practice (23 Nov. 2016)
- Report: Definition and Typology of Alignment
- Table: Typology of Existing alignment actions and instruments
Last update: March 2016