With this bi-regional dialogue platform, PACE-Net Plus will present a strategy to support the official recognition of the fundamental importance of STI in the sustainable development of Pacific Island Countries; PACE-Net Plus will also propose concrete joint activities to strengthen the STI cooperation between EU and the Pacific Region, thus contributing to policy dialogue between the two regions.
This half-day afternoon workshop about research and innovation funding aims to introduce researchers, administrators, government officials and innovators to funding opportunities available via the European Union (EU).
Institute of Research for Development (IRD), New CaledoniaTechnical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), The NetherlandsLandcare Research (LCR), New ZealandUniversity of Technology Papua New Guinea (UNITECH), Papua New Guinea
The “Territorial Strategies for Innovation” (TSI) project has the overall objective to enhance sustainable development through innovative solutions for economic diversification and to improve regional and global competitiveness of the Oversea Countries and Territories.
The project was launched in November 2014 in Brussels and aims at providing technical capacity to 20 OCTs which are engaged in developing their Territorial Strategies for...
This event will gather high-level representatives from Europe and the Pacific region to agree on an action plan dedicated to implement a sustainable institutionalized High Level Dialogue Platform in ST&I between the two regions.
PACE-Net Plus and the GOPS will jointly organize, in association with PACE-SD, a scientific workshop on:“Strengthening the Observation systems of Climate change and its impacts in the Pacific, for a sustainable management of resources and adaptation”
This workshop on climate change and its impacts due to natural variability and anthropogenic causes will focus on three scientific and technological area of research:
With this first bi-regional dialogue platform, PACE-Net Plus intends to support the recognition of the fundamental importance of ST&I in the sustainable development of Pacific Island Countries and in the policy dialogue between the EU and Pacific Region.
Selected participants from Europe and the South Pacific will identify priority areas for future research cooperation to address the challenges of reconciling mining industry (both terrestrial and seabed mining) and sustainable development in the Pacific countries.
Dans le cadre de son implication dans le projet PACE-Net Plus financé par la Commission Européenne, qui vise à renforcer la coopération Europe-Pacifique en science et technologie et innovation, le Secrétariat Général de la Communauté du Pacifique (CPS) en partenariat avec le coordinateur du projet PACE-Net Plus vous invitent à la:Présentation du programme européen de soutien à la recherche Horizon 2020
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Researchers, fisheries managers, public health officials and policy makers from both the Pacific and Europe will discuss the latest knowledge and identify priority areas for future joint research and innovation to address the global challenges, and identify funding options and potential participating institutions. Four key thematic areas have been identified for discussion during the Think Tank.
During these past decades, the Pacific region has been particularly concerned by a rapid socioeconomic development, modernization, urbanization and globalization. Most of all, every day sees visitors come in and out of the Pacific region. These exchanges (tourism, travel, …) lead to an increased exposure of the populations of the Pacific region to infectious diseases. Recently, most of the PICTs (Pacific Island Countries and Territories) were...
Participants will identify priority areas for future joint research cooperation between Europe and the South Pacific to address the global challenges, and identify funding options and potential participating institutions. These areas will be discussed in three Think-Tanks, which are interactive sessions for exchanging ideas, thinking about future needs/priorities and providing recommendations.
With the PACE-Net Plus project, the European Union, which maintains a long standing relationship with the Pacific, aims to reinforce scientific, technological and innovation cooperation with the region and to promote the development of mutually beneficial partnerships, notably through Horizon 2020, the EU framework programme for multi-lateral research and innovation (and the largest research funding programme in the world).
A networking and information event for research managers and researchers from NZ research institutes and universities, primarily to inform them of PACE-Net Plus and also the mechanics of the new EU funding framework, Horizon 2020.
This ANU workshop will focus on long term research collaboration with Europe and the larger benefits of international collaboration. The presentations will be made available as recordings and the PPT slides will also be available on the website.
After the success of its first InfoDay in Sydney in December 2013, PACE-NET Plus has organised a second InfoDay on Horizon 2020 – the new framework programme of the European Commission for science, technology and innovation (with a budget of €70 billion, the largest funding programme in the world) – at the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD) on the Tuesday 4th of March 2014. Presentations at this event will cover the major...
This information day will present the first calls from the largest, and most open, research funding programme in the world — the European Union’s newest research funding programme, Horizon 2020 — along with the rules of participation and strategic advice on how to engage.
Presentations will target Pacific research actors (South Pacific islands as well as Australia and New Zealand), and detail the opportunities for researchers to become involved...
The three-year project “PACE-Net Plus” (Pacific-Europe Network for Science, Technology and Innovation) was officially launched on September the 2nd of this year, under the 7th Framework Programme (Capacities - International Cooperation) of the European Commission. This project aims at coordinating the bi-regional dialogue and strengthening the cooperation in science and technology between the Pacific and the European Union.
The PACE-Net Plus...