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Strategic Research Agenda / Implementation Plan

Example Urban Europe Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda 

The Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda (SRIA) represents the long-term strategy and program for JPI Urban Europe during 2015-2020. It includes priorities, actions, instruments, resources and an implementation timeline. The agenda was developed in an intensive co-creation process. These joint efforts based on a broad stakeholder involvement will be continued throughout the implementation phase of the research agenda. The overarching principle of the SRIA is that it actively supports the alignment and coordination of regional, national and European research, technological development and innovation in the field of urban development.

Example JPI ClimateStrategic Research and Innovation Agenda

The JPI Climate Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) sets out three overarching challenges and one strategic mechanism that together are intended to develop and support excellent, innovative, relevant and informative climate research. The framing – especially the emphasis on connectivity and synergy - reflects the priorities and approaches of researchers, funders and practitioners in the countries participating in JPI Climate.

The ERA-LEARN case study on the elaboration of JPI Climate’s Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda will soon be available here.

Example FACCE JPI Strategic Research Agenda

The Strategic Research Agenda of the Joint Programming Initiative on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change (FACCE – JPI) was released on December 5th 2012 and revised in November 2015. It sets out the strategic priorities for trans-disciplinary and innovative European research on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change. It provides a framework for the alignment of existing programmes and joint research efforts to achieve the twin objectives of food security and combating climate change.