The present report includes the minutes, the agenda, the list of participants and the main outcomes of the MED-SPRING awareness raising campaign on STI joint programming across the following Mediterranean Countries: Morocco, Jordan, Algeria, Palestine and Lebanon.
This report aims to illustrate the main themes addressed during the three inter-institutional meetings organised within the framework of the Mediterranean Science, Policy, Research and Innovation Gateway (MEDSPRING) project focusing on ideas and suggestions to foster and increase cooperation and innovative mobility between EU Member States and Mediterranean Partner Countries and create joint programming.
The aim of the report is to provide results of the activities carried out in the frame of MEDSPRING–WP6 project dealing with mobility issues. They take stock of the instruments and programs at EU and national level; collect data on gender issues, barriers to international and inter-sectoral mobility; outline best practices based on international projects with the final goal to suggest actions in the short and medium long term for enhancing innovative mobility schemes.
The aim of the Task 6.2 is to analyze the current Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs) in order to identify potential involvement of Mediterranean Partner Countries and ways to further develop euro-mediterranean cooperation in Research and Innovation (R&I).
This report is aimed at illustrating the main themes addressed during the inter-institutional meeting held in Beirut on 11 July 2013, conceived as a part of the “Inter-Institutional Capacity Building & Awareness Workshop” (Beirut, 11-12.07.2013). The preparatory work to the workshop, such as the results of the ad-hoc meeting of the Organizing Committee (Bari, 4-5.06.2013), the documentation drafted for the event and the follow up initiatives are illustrated as well.
This report maps and analyses the science and technology (S&T) cooperation programmes taking place in the seven Mediterranean Partner Countries (MPC) Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia. The specific aim of this report is:
- To identify the existing complementary research programmes to avoid overlap and facilitate synergy between existing programmes and new initiatives,
- To identify the types of activities with a potential for a joint approach.