Mapping of relevant stakeholders describing activities, positions, and good practices including recommendations for synergies

Mapping of relevant stakeholders describing activities, positions, and good practices including recommendations for synergies

Main topic: Stakeholder engagement, network building, network activity, cooperation
Document / search engine: Mapping of relevant stakeholders describing activities, positions, and good practices including recommendations for synergies
Framework project: Advancing Research and Innovation in the Danube Region
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Website link: https://danube-inco.net/object/document/15201/attach/Deliverable2_9_final_x.pdf
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The main goal of this report is, through the analysis of R&I related stakeholders, programmes and initiatives, to identify possible synergies and transferable good practices. The results of this analytical work support the better exploitation of existing initiatives and programmes, an enhanced dialogue among stakeholders, as well as more targeted actions in the field of R&I and education with an overarching aim of supporting the implementation of the related actions of EUSDR. The present report examined 40 stakeholders (including initiatives and programmes) among others: networks (e.g. DRC, CASEE, CEI UniNet), associations (e.g. EURADA), organizations of an intergovernmental feature (e.g. CEI, SEECP), international organizations (e.g. BSEC, Visegrad Group), EU programmes and initiatives (e.g. SEE, Danube Transnational) as well as other relevant international actors (e.g. UNESCO, Eurochambers). During the analytical and empirical data gathering special attention was devoted to the outcomes of their recent activities, good practices to be transferred to other programmes or initiatives, and their future priorities in order to define synergies and formulate policy recommendations.


Countries/regions described/represented: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Moldovia, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine
Year: 2016