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INITIATE is a project that aims to empower higher education institutions to develop R&I through institution transformation. INITIATE, in its widening dimension, seeks to raise excellence in science and knowledge valorisation of Europe's universities through cooperation and knowledge circulation. Through stakeholder inclusion and co-design approach, INITIATE will design an approach for institution transformation that will reflect on the current needs and resources of the institution, external elements such as policy barriers, good practices from other initiatives and identification of possible collaboration areas with other institutions including local ecosystems. Through iterative process and R&I Labs supported by online tools such as Knowledge Hub, INITIATE will generate policy recommendations for helping stimulate R&I development and scientific excellence in Widening countries, in addition to research outputs and creation of joint applications for other funding sources (e.g. Horizon Europe). The approach will be demonstrated in Croatia, Portugal and north Macedonia. This will finally result in a roadmap for long term uptake of R&I in widening countries with identified replication cases and forming of the Alliance for green energy transition that will assure the long-term sustainability of INITIATE results. The action focuses on universities in Widening countries, in which the cases for the implementation of INITIATE approach will be conducted. Additionally, the project aims to achieve several outcomes, including the successful institutional reform and upgrade of higher education institutions in the R&I dimension, empowerment to be actors of change, and the mainstreaming of a culture of excellence in science and value creation amongst higher education institutions, particularly in less research-intensive institutions and countries. To achieve these outcomes, the project will engage universities as well as local ecosystems.
O presente projeto parte da constatação de que os cidadãos europeus, em geral, e os portugueses, em particular, têm um conhecimento limitado sobre os fundos europeus e uma opinião moderadamente positiva sobre o impacto dos mesmos. Apesar de existirem instrumentos de política em curso por toda a Europa há muitas décadas, designadamente os da política de coesão, e dos enormes volumes de investimento aplicados, trata-se de uma matéria que parece relativamente longínqua e difusa para o cidadão comum. Alguns estudos vêm alertar que este facto não é positivo para o robustecimento do processo de integração europeia nem para o reforço da perceção do valor público destas mesmas políticas, existindo nesta matéria uma boa margem de evolução. Trata-se de um caminho, a nosso ver exequível e recomendável, que nos conduzirá não só na direção do reforço da democracia como um todo, mas também na da promoção dos nossos valores fundamentais e do bem-estar coletivo. Para além destes fundamentos, só por si bastantes para o imperativo da mudança, é necessário por a ênfase igualmente nos ganhos de eficácia, eficiência, equidade e sustentabilidade que podem ser obtidos através de um maior conhecimento e envolvimento por parte dos cidadãos nos processos de formulação, implementação e avaliação das políticas públicas. A partir do desafio lançado pelo Aviso PAT2030-2023-01, o presente projeto procura contribuir para a resolução do problema da falta de conhecimento dos fundos europeus por parte dos cidadãos através da melhoria qualitativa dos esforços de comunicação do PT2030 enquanto política pública agregadora dos fundos europeus em Portugal. Para tal, propõe-se o desenvolvimento de um projeto de investigação aplicada destinado à identificação das estratégias de comunicação mais adequadas para o reforço e afirmação do valor público destes instrumentos financeiros, estratégias estas orientadas especificamente para os profissionais de comunicação social, assim como à sinalização de lacunas de ...
Focusing on hybrid trends and models of living (e.g. cohousing and coliving and working flexible and multifunctional spaces), HybGen aims to understand which resilient values and survival strategies young adults (20-35 years old) of Lisbon and Oslo are adopting, and how such strategies intersect with urban green care. The goal is to delve into the hybridity of the new urban lifestyles and the blockages of a generation that, despite being one of the best prepared to face the new challenges of the digital transition, is being sacrificed by the urban economic extractive model. A comparative study will be carried out through participatory action research. This includes fieldwork conducted in both cities; participatory workshops with different stakeholders; a joint seminar to discuss and share findings and good practices; an open-access publication. This bilateral initiative will promote the cooperation, exchange and sharing of knowledge and networking between Portuguese and Norwegian entities, identifying best practices and producing useful policy recommendations for common problems.
H:OUSE stems from the recognition of the right to housing as an essential first step towards significant integration of people in need of international protection into host communities. It also recognizes that many successful experiences in terms of support in accessing housing come from bottom-up approaches. The project starts from these premises to explore successful Community Sponsorship experiences, at international, EU and local level, to provide a systematization of the most effective practices, whichextrapolates their relevant strengths.
From this, a multi-stakeholder intervention model will be developed and tested, based on the direct involvement of a wide range of public and private sponsors, drawing particularly on those segments of society that can benefit, economically and in welfare, from active engagement with newcomers; as well as on the representatives of the diaspora communities, as solid bridges between the communities of newcomers and the country of reception.
This multifaceted group of target stakeholders will receive tailored training and tools to acquire the necessary skills to better engage with and support newcomers. In parallel, local authorities and stakeholders will be involved and informed on the most pressing issues affecting the migrant community, such as the knowledge and accessibility of housing solutions, but also the innovative practices developed in the field. Finally, the project will bring together all these actors in multi-stakeholder sponsorship groups, set up in the 7 project implementation territories (IT, HE, HU, IR, SL), in the collaborative planning and implementation of concrete interventions.
The final result will be the creation of a network in direct support of final beneficiaries, backed by a structure solid, informed and connected at EU level, with the potential to influence decisions and promote a paradigm shift in housing policies.
This project seeks to analyze the emergence of a global administrative space in transnational climate policymaking and its impact on issue-specific policy discourses. The project draws on research on international bureaucracies (Knill and Bauer 2016; Bauer et al. 2017; Ege et al. 2020), transnational administration (Ladi and Stone 2015; Moloney and Stone 2020; Stone and Moloney 2019), and Global Administrative Spaces (Kingsbury et al. 2005; Chiti and Wessel 2011), as well as broader literature on global climate governance architecture (Aldy and Stavins 2007; Biermann et al. 2009; Keohane and Victor 2011). The bureaucratic side of these governance arrangements will be particularly examined. The concept of International or Transnational Administrative Spaces is relatively new in the fields of Public Administration and International Relations. Kingsbury et al. (2005, 20) identify five types of global administration that together characterize Global Administrative Spaces: administration by formal international organizations, administration based on collective action through transnational networks of cooperative agreements between national regulatory authorities, decentralized administration carried out by national regulatory authorities within contracts, networks or other cooperative regimes, administration through hybrid intergovernmental-private agreements, and administration by private institutions with regulatory functions. Empirically, the project is based on quantitative data collected through the social networks of International Public Administrations (IPAs). Further longitudinal data will be collected and analyzed using inferential social network analysis and natural language processing. This will allow for methodological triangulation to analyze the role of international organization secretariats in discourse coalitions on transnational climate policy. The proposed project systematically builds on previous research on social networks of international treaty sec...