In 2019, the EARMA Policy and Representation Committee (P&RC), supported by the EARMA leadership, invited EARMA members to respond to a survey on their institutional approaches to impact strategies. The aim of the survey was to identify and share best practice in how institutions are responding strategically to the research impact agenda, and the ways in which this relates to national and European policy contexts. This report details the findings resulting from the survey.
EARMA held its 5th meeting of the ETHICS AND RESEARCH INTEGRITY OFFICER NETWORK (ERION) in Eindhoven on March 9th, 2020.
The theme of the meeting was ‘Implementation of training programmes for researchers in Ethics and Research Integrity (ERI)’. The report is a summary of the results of participant breakout sessions to identify best practices and key elements for the implementation of training programmes for researchers in ERI. It is a guidance document for research integrity and ethics practitioners in academia. It identifies the key themes that lead to good practices and essential principles for an effective and successful approach to training. The report focuses on a hands-on approach with a checklist to help create an effective ERI training programme and provides links to relevant resources that help build that training.
EARMA, through its Policy & Representation Committee (PRC), has been invited to provide feedback on a set of recent proposals for the European Commission (EC) on changes to the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA). The PRC requested EARMA members to share their feedback on the current proposals and/or suggest other solutions to the issues at stake. We very much welcome the opportunity to provide this feedback, with a particular focus on the direct implementation impacts.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions in Horizon Europe
Feedback to the European Commission
EARMA’s input to the Interim Evaluation of Horizon 2020
Doris Alexander, Yulia Matskevich, Esther Philips, Bettina Uhrig, Anne Katrin Werenskiold, Marjolein van Griethuysen, Vanessa Ravagni and Agnes Szeberenyi for the EARMA ERA Working Group & John Donovan
Contribution of the EARMA Working Group on Global Development to the EU Public Consultation on revising the European Consensus on Development
Marjolein van Griethuysen, with contributions from Silke Blohm, Anke Dählmann, Sarah Davoren, Frank Heemskerk, Diederik van Iwaarden, Martina Savio, Mahaut Vareilles
Doris Alexander, Anne Katrin Werenskiold, Yulia Matskevich for the EARMA ERA Working Group & John Donovan
Report on the EARMA event Research From Ideas to Products, Paris, Feb. 29, 2012.
Authored by the ERA – Working group
EARMA position paper on EC Green Paper: ‘Towards a Common Strategic Framework for EU Research and Innovation funding’
This paper sets out the position of the European Association of Research Managers and Administrators (EARMA) regarding issues raised in the Green Paper of the European Commission,‘Towards a Common Strategic Framework for EU Research and Innovation funding’ (CSFRI) from February 9th 2011. Authored by the ERA – Working group