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JPI Urban Europe consists of several formal bodies and working groups.
The GB acts in the interests of the JPI Urban Europe, safeguarding its goals and mission, identity and coherence. It is the ultimate decision-making authority of JPI Urban Europe and is responsible for the overall strategic orientation. All members of JPI Urban Europe have a seat on the Governing Board.
The MB is responsible for the operational and strategic management and coordination of the JPI Urban Europe. It is supported by the Management Board Secretariat and is the executive body of the initiative.
The SAB is an external advisory body responsible for offering strategic advice affecting the strategic orientation and outline of JPI Urban Europe. Members are internationally distinguished academics representing the major urban research disciplines.
The Agora – JPI Urban Europe’s Stakeholder Involvement Platform aims at creating the space to meet and exchange for urban actors with a diversity of background (researchers, practitioners, public administrators, entrepreneurs, social innovators, etc.), discussing current themes and priorities and identifying the most pressing urban challenges of today and the future.
The FAWG supports JPI Urban Europe with the execution of the Joint Calls. The FAWG is responsible for the development of procedures as well as for contributing to the achievement of a streamlined process during the evaluation and selection of proposals.
The Secretariat supports the MB and GB in administrative, organisational and communication matters. The Secretariat contributes to JPI Urban Europe’s corporate communications. It aims to disseminate and communicate JPI Urban Europe’s goals to all our stakeholders using a variety of communication tools such as the website, social media, videos, and printed material.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857160.