Future Projects Setting-up new projects together: which priorities and financing opportunities?

Organization: CTFC

Background

The IV MFW will allow researchers and forest managers and practitioners to make a balance of the last years of collaboration through programmes and projects. It will also provide a useful perspective on the existing and future gaps in research and development and the main trends towards which institutions and funding agencies are heading.

Taking advantage of the presence of a large number of scientists and technicians from the whole Mediterranean, the IV MFW offers a perfect opportunity to collectively build future projects, seizing on H2020 and diverse international programmes.

“CREATE A SPACE FOR EXCHANGES BETWEEN RESEARCHERS, TECHNICIANS, MANAGERS TO IDENTIFY JOINT PRIORITIES FOR FUTURE ACTIVITIES AND RESEARCH LINES” 

Objective

The objective of this session is to create a space for exchanges between researchers, technicians, managers in order to identify joint priorities for future activities and research lines.

It should provide an opportunity for participating institutions to expose their future research lines and priorities and match them with the existing funding framework as to jointly set the basis for future concrete projects, especially in the framework of the EU 2014-2020 funding period.

Methodology

A call for contributions will be circulated among registered participants and their host institutions with a standard form to be filled with: title of the future project, main objectives, possible funding instrument, partners needed and main contact. This will be compiled and exposed on panels during the side-event.

Interested partners will be able to let post-it notes on the panels, stating which projects they are interested in, thus allowing for the proposer to contact them on-site. There will be one panel by funding instrument: Interreg MED, H2020, ENPI, EuropeAid, Life+, FAO, etc.

Target audience

Researchers, NGOs and administrations active in Mediterranean forests collaboration.

Contact

Mr. Fabrice Gouriveau   (CTFC) fabrice.gouriveau@ctfc.es 

 

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