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3rd GPC Workshop on the future of Joint Programming

November 7-9:00 am - 12:00 pm

How to improve coherence of the partnership landscape and strengthen the delivery of partnerships on mission oriented programmes?

The landscape of partnerships and networks dealing with research and innovation issues to tackle societal challenges has diversified over the last years. Since each of these challenges represents wicked issues they can only be addressed in partnership of research, policy, business and society, involving actors on local, regional, national and international level in variable geometries. Different partnership formats have therefore emerged facilitating cooperation of national, European and international actors. Nearly all of these partnerships have specified their missions, developed longer-term strategies and set-up portfolios of joint actions.

The workshop aims to take a next step towards a reflection of existing partnerships and their missions against requirements of future mission oriented programmes and a more coherent landscape of such partnerships. Parallel sessions will allow thematic in-depth discussions on how to improve the coherence between partnerships and potentially rationalise the current landscape. Participants will discuss how to improve delivery of partnerships in tackling specific societal challenges and related missions.

A parallel session on sustainable cities is supported by JPI Urban Europe and JPI Cultural Heritage.

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Date:
November 7
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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MCM – Management Centre Europe
Rue de lÁcqueduc 118
Brussels, 1050
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