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 [paerip-newsletter3] Invitation_2nd PAERIP Workshop
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The PAERIP (Promoting African–European Research Infrastructure Partnerships) project partners would like to invite you to participate in the:

(Towards a stronger research infrastructure cooperation between Europe and Africa)

WHEN: 16 May 2012 (10.00 - 15.30)
WHERE: Renaissance Hotel (Rue du Parnasse 19, Brussels)

This PAERIP seminar will present the first findings of the PAERIP studies and analyses as well as explore options for enhancing research infrastructure cooperation between Europe and Africa. It will bring together key policy-makers, research managers, funders, scientists and other stakeholders from both regions and create a platform for policy dialogue on research infrastructures.

There is significant political attention on promoting Science and Technology (S&T) partnerships between the European Union and Africa. The Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES), adopted by Heads of Government at the December 2007 Lisbon Summit, notably includes a dedicated Science, Information Society and Space initiative (the so-called Partnership 8). Several collaborative efforts are currently being implemented under this partnership, with the support of the African Union Commission, the European Commission and African and EU Member States. There is an increased focus on the role played by research infrastructures as a part of this cooperation.

PAERIP (Promoting African-European Research Infrastructure Partnerships), a support action funded under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), aims at promoting research infrastructure cooperation between Africa and Europe. PAERIP is undertaking studies and analyses of key challenges in order to achieve this objective. Examples of such key challenges include: enhanced reciprocal access for researchers to African and European infrastructures, collaboration between Africa and Europe in developing new infrastructures, and maximizing socio-economic benefits from research infrastructure partnerships.

Event agenda and registration are available here.

For any further inquiries, please contact:

Ms. Karolina Krzastek
ISC Intelligence in Science
Email: Karolina.krzastek@iscintelligence.com
Tel: +32 (0) 2 8888 108


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