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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 initiated during the course of two workshops held in Brussels.

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 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.

2nd Annual Report on P2P Partnerships (2016)

The 2nd  ERA-LEARN 2020 annual report on public-public (P2P) networks in Europe covers the 12 month period from July 2015 to the end of June 2016. It also aims to present the cumulative and emerging position on joint calls since the launch of the P2P movement in 2003 and provides a spotlight on the Cofund instrument, presenting a picture of the investment and results of the Cofunds to date.  The report can be downloaded here.

Annual Summary report on good practices in the implementation of JPIs (2016)

This first annual summary report on good practices in the implementation of JPIs presents four case studies that have been conducted in the course of the ERA-LEARN 2020 project.

1st Annual Report on P2P Partnerships (2015)

The 1st ERA-LEARN 2020 annual report on public-public (P2P) networks in Europe covers the 18 month period from the start of Horizon 2020 in January 2014 to the end of June 2015. It also aims to present the cumulative and emerging position on joint calls since the launch of the P2P movement in 2003 including not only the ERA-NETs but also the Article 185 initiatives and the Joint Programming Initiatives (JPI).

Policy Brief on impact assessment of networks – 2015

The Brief draws on the results of two strands of research: • Strand 1: advanced statistical analysis of existing evidence and data collected through the 2013 IPTS NETWATCH impact survey (Doussineau, et al. 2013), the Commission’s surveys carried out annually (Niehoff 2014; Bertrand and Niehoff 2013; Jekova and Niehoff 2012); and • Strand 2: a small scale survey based on interviews of JPI members (26 in total).

ERA-LEARN 2 Report 'Deliverable D4.3 Analysis of Options for Future Platforms. Monitoring and Assessment Framework for P2P Activities'

ERA-LEARN 2 Report 'Deliverable D4.3 Analysis of Options for Future Platforms. Monitoring and Assessment Framework for P2P Activities'

Needs of the Mature ERA-NET Community

ERA-LEARN Workshop Report 28 February 2013 Dublin

Analysis of Options for Future Platform - Report on User Needs (April 2013)

Analysis of Options for Future Platform: results of a survey among stakeholders (carried out late 2012)

Report of high level workshop on the ERA-NET experiences of Member and Associate States to date

The Workshop at the side of the Annual Joint Programming Event 2011 addressed experienced ERA-NET workers interested in the experiences of Member States and Associated Countries with the ERA-NET instrument.

Key Learnings associated with the ERA-NET Scheme and the Way Forward

This Communication paper aims to increase visibility of the ERA-NET achievements, and capitalise the knowledge and experience drawing upon useful lessons learnt and success factors not only from the ERA-NETs but also the other coordinating instruments.