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The Knowledge-Sharing Platform

ERA Partnership

01WHAT'S UP

02INTRODUCTION

The ERA Partnership indicates a set of measures suitable for completing the European Research Area. Based on an analysis of Europe's research performance and effectiveness and a stakeholder consultation, the European Commission proposed five priorities for changes. These priorities are:

  • More effective national research systems – including increased competition within national borders and sustained or greater investment in research;
  • Optimal transnational co-operation and competition - defining and implementing common research agendas on grand challenges, raising quality through Europe-wide open competition, and constructing and running key research infrastructures effectively on a pan-European basis;
  • An open labour market for researchers - to ensure the removal of barriers to researcher mobility, training and attractive careers;
  • Gender equality and gender mainstreaming in research – to end the waste of talent which Europe cannot afford, and to diversify views and approaches in research and promote excellence;
  • Optimal circulation, access to and transfer of scientific knowledge - including via digital ERA - to guarantee access to and uptake of knowledge by all.
     

03KEY DOCUMENTS

DOCUMENT ERA PROGRESS REPORT 2016 DOCUMENT ERA DECLARATIONS OF EUROPEAN STAKEHOLDER ORGANISATIONS DOCUMENT A REINFORCED EUROPEAN RESEARCH AREA PARTNERSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE AND GROWTH (2012) DOCUMENT COUNCIL CONCLUSIONS ON A REINFORCED EUROPEAN RESEARCH AREA PARTNERSHIP (2012) DOCUMENT THE FUTURE OF THE EUROPEAN RESEARCH AREA – THE FOUR VERA SCENARIOS AND THEIR USE FOR POLICY-MAKING DOCUMENT EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES IN ERA: BUILDING ON STRENGTHS DOCUMENT SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF THE EUROPEAN RESEARCH AREA

04ARCHIVE

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