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ERA-LEARN 2020 Newsletter #5 (May 2017)

The newsletter features latest news and information on: *) An interview with the new Director RTD B Jean-David MALO on P2Ps *) “One Health” – A European Joint Progr ...

The newsletter features latest news and information on: *) An interview with the new Director RTD B Jean-David MALO on P2Ps *) “One Health” – A European Joint Programme fighting foodborne zoonoses *) Evaluation of Article 185 initiatives *) Conditions and criteria for support to JPIs and ERANETs in the WP 2018-20 *) News about the Annual Joint Programming Conference *) Facts and figures about P2P *) What’s new in ERA-LEARN 2020? (e.g. New functionalities on www.ERA-LEARN.eu, Annual summary report on good practices in the implementation of JPIs) *) Upcoming ERA-LEARN 2020 Events: Implementing ERA-NET Cofund - 22 Sep­tember 2017 in Berlin, Foresight Training III - 26-27 September 2017 in Vienna

Last Change: 25/05/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Newsletter

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FACCE-JPI Applies a Stepwise Approach to Assess Impact at Network Level

This case study showcases how FACCE-JPI assesses impact through its Monitoring & Evaluation activities.

This case study showcases how FACCE-JPI assesses impact through its Monitoring & Evaluation activities. Six years after its launch, the ambition is to show evidence for impact created in the course of time. This ambition requires adequate approaches and processes of evaluation. FACCE-JPI developed a stepwise approach. This case study also shows how Monitoring & Evaluation activities also serve as a reflection and learning tool. FACCE-JPI’s approach and process is that it introduces three “Targets”. The FACCE-JPI monitoring and evaluation framework describes the relationship of Targets as follows: the alignment and coordination of national and European programmes (Target 1) is needed to ensure high quality transnational research activities (Target 2). These research activities in turn will contribute to the overall goal of the JPI: […] tackling the societal challenge (Target 3). FACCE-JPI has conceptualised and operationalised Target 1 (Alignment), developed a questionnaire to the Governing Board, and collected monitoring data.

Last Change: 12/05/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Case Study

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Bonus

The joint Baltic Sea research and development programme (BONUS), which was launched under the Article 185 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union as ...

The joint Baltic Sea research and development programme (BONUS), which was launched under the Article 185 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union as a strategic, multi-annual joint research undertaking of eight Baltic Member States. The Programme has created a macroregional collaboration of research and innovation funding institutions that supports sustainable development of the Baltic Sea ecosystem services. Its purpose is to overcome research fragmentation and duplication by integrating national programmes into a single centrally managed programme.

Last Change: 11/05/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Case Study

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NordForsk

NordForsk is an organisation developed at regional level among the Nordic Countries - Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and three autonomous areas, Faro ...

NordForsk is an organisation developed at regional level among the Nordic Countries - Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and three autonomous areas, Faroe Islands, Greenland and the Åland Islands. Established under the Nordic Council of Ministers – inter-governmental body for cooperation in the Nordic Region – NordForsk provides funding for and facilitates Nordic cooperation on research and research infrastructures through the financing and administration of research programmes. Its mandate is in particular to facilitate, to identify and respond to, common strategic priorities for Nordic research cooperation, and thereby create Nordic added value. The peculiarity of this regional initiative relies on the extended use of the “real common pot funding mechanism” in all its programmes and initiatives.

Last Change: 11/05/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Case Study

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Background document on P2P evaluation / impact assessment

This document is the Background Document that accompanies the ‘Short Guide on P2P evaluation / impact assessment’ (Deliverable D3.4a).

This document is the Background Document that accompanies the ‘Short Guide on P2P evaluation / impact assessment’ (Deliverable D3.4a). As such it provides additional information on a number of the concepts used in the Guide as well as examples from P2Ps relevant work. Naturally, the Background Document is a living document that can and should be updated in the course of ERA-LEARN 2020 reflecting on the rising needs for evaluation / impact assessment of P2Ps. It is also important to note that the term ‘impact assessment’ in the Guide and this Background Document is seen in the wider sense addressing also evaluation of an intervention’s effectiveness, efficiency, etc. as well as its outputs and outcomes. Thus, the terms ‘evaluation’ and ‘impact assessment’ are used interchangeably.

Last Change: 11/05/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Manual

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Guide for P2P impact assessment

Evaluation and impact assessment has become an imperative need for all P2Ps.

Evaluation and impact assessment has become an imperative need for all P2Ps. Following a process of consultation with the P2P community, ERA-LEARN 2020 has published a Guide for P2P impact assessment (Deliverable 3.4a) drawing on relevant evaluation theories and good practices. As impact evaluation is a complex and constantly evolving topic, it is strongly advised that this Guide be read in conjunction with Deliverable D3.4b “Background document on P2P evaluation / impact assessment”, which provides additional information on the concepts used in the Guide as well as examples from P2P-relevant work. Naturally, the Background Document is a living document that can and should be updated in the course of ERA-LEARN 2020 reflecting on the evolving needs for evaluation / impact assessment of P2Ps.

Last Change: 11/05/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Manual

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Conditions and criteria for support to JPIs and ERA-NETs in the WP 2018-20

Presentation by the European Commission on conditions and criteria for support to JPIs and ERA-NETs in the WP 2018-2020.

Last Change: 26/04/2017
Publisher: European Commission

Category: Slides

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EC-TOP-UP Distribution (ERA-NET Cofund)

A tool for distributing the EC-TOP-UP funding.

Last Change: 12/04/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Tool

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Model Consortium Agreement for ERA-NET-Cofund actions

Template for an ERA-NET Cofund Consortium Agreement.

Last Change: 10/04/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Template

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GPC contribution to the ERAC 2016 annual Report (136183/EU XXV.GP)

GPC contribution to the ERAC 2016 annual Report (136183/EU XXV.GP)

Last Change: 10/03/2017
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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GPC Meeting 2017-03-07: summary conclusions

Summary conclusions of the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC) Meeting on 7 March 2017.

Last Change: 07/03/2017
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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Future of Joint Programming

In November 2016, informal discussions between the EU and Member States on the future of the Joint Programming process and Public-to-Public Partnerships (P2Ps) were ...

In November 2016, informal discussions between the EU and Member States on the future of the Joint Programming process and Public-to-Public Partnerships (P2Ps) were initiated during the course of two workshops held in Brussels.
The results of these workshops are available for download.

Last Change: 14/01/2017
Publisher: European Commission

Category: Report

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JPI Climate’s Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA)

Members of the Joint Programming Initiative “Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe” (JPI Climate) have recently updated JPI Climate’s former Strategic Research Ag ...

Members of the Joint Programming Initiative “Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe” (JPI Climate) have recently updated JPI Climate’s former Strategic Research Agenda and as such adopted a new Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda for the timeframe 2016-2025. The process relied on an inclusive and collaborative approach that aimed to foster high involvement and leadership of JPI member countries and strong ownership of the developed SRIA. The latter consists in a visionary and stakeholder-oriented document that outlines common and integrated strategic research and innovation priorities by relying on a cross-disciplinary and challenge-driven approach.

Last Change: 12/01/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Case Study

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The Network of Centres of Excellence in Neurodegeneration (CoEN)

CoEN is an alliance that facilitates institutional cooperation amongst national Centres of Excellence (research performing organisations) by enabling the launch of ...

CoEN is an alliance that facilitates institutional cooperation amongst national Centres of Excellence (research performing organisations) by enabling the launch of transnational calls for project proposals in the field of degenerative diseases. It brings together organisations from nine European and non-European countries, including large nationally mandated Centres of Excellence that have call funding resources as well as national funding organisations that provide funding to recognised Centres of Excellence if the latter have no funding capabilities. By enhancing collaboration and alignment between some of the most influential national research centres working in neurodegeneration across Europe and beyond and by focusing on high risk/high impact research, CoEN has facilitated the implementation of high quality transnational research with strong added value and complementarities with existing research programmes and networks.

Last Change: 12/01/2017
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Case Study

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ERA-LEARN 2020 Newsletter #4 (Dec 2016)

The newsletter features latest news and information on: News, Main Messages and Snapshots from the Annual Joint Programming Conference: Impacts of Public-Public Partnerships - expectations and experiences, 22-23 November 2016, Brussels; expert review of ERA NET Cofund actions under Horizon 2020; new Joint Programme for the Mediterranean region; New in ERA-LEARN 2020: 2nd Annual Report on P2P Partnerships (2016); new case studies on alignment of national research activities; new section on other joint activities; new database functionalities; Events: Training: Using Foresight in Public-Public-Partnerships: 20-21 February 2017; Save the date: 07-08 November, 2017: Annual P2P Event 2017

Last Change: 21/12/2016
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Newsletter

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Updated Policy Brief on the Impacts of Networks 2016

ERA-LEARN 2020 conducted two large scale surveys in 2016 in order to capture the overall experience of participating in ERA-NETs (covering all the different version ...

ERA-LEARN 2020 conducted two large scale surveys in 2016 in order to capture the overall experience of participating in ERA-NETs (covering all the different versions of the scheme over the years). The results are presented in the "Updated Report on the Impacts of Networks 2016" which can be downloaded here. Overall, the ERA-NET scheme has managed to gather a critical mass of resources and establish durable cooperation among countries around certain societal challenges and research topics. However, more efforts are need at the national level for the scheme to realise its full potential. To achieve their ultimate goal, ERA-NETs need to focus on excellence, but at the same time, they need to pursue objectives beyond that, by increasing efforts to attract policy attention and support primarily at the national level so that they become influential actors at the European / international arena.

Last Change: 30/11/2016
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Policy Brief

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Provisional Work Programme 2016-2017

The Provisional Work Programme 2016-2017 of the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC), as adopted by GPC at its meeting on 24 November 2016.

Last Change: 24/11/2016
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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GPC Meeting 2016-11-24: future plans of the 10 JPIs

Future plans of the 10 Joint Programming Initiatives (JPI).

Last Change: 24/11/2016
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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GPC Meeting 2016-11-24: summary conclusions

Summary conclusions of the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC) Meeting on 24 November 2016.

Last Change: 24/11/2016
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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Annual Joint Programming Conference 2016 Report on Day 2 Session 5

This lecture was held at the Annual Joint Programming Conference 2016.

Last Change: 23/11/2016
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Slides

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