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PROLONGED: Call for experts to carry out analyses of national/regional agri-food innovation policies

01 October 2020 North-East, Estonia, News EIT Food with University of Warsaw carries out a comparative analyses of agri-food innovation policies in RIS countries, with a view to further improve EIT Food activities, outreach and targeted offering for local stakeholders.

PROLONGED: Call for experts to carry out analyses of national/regional agri-food innovation policies

About the Call

EIT Food with the University of Warsaw carries out a comparative analysis of agri-food innovation policies in RIS countries, with a view to further improve EIT Food activities, outreach and targeted offering for local stakeholders. The analyses require inputs from local experts, commissioned with specific analytical assignments. These inputs will support the further development of EIT Food RIS Strategy, design of new instruments and better involvement of local stakeholders in the future activities of EIT Food. Local experts (1 per country) will work closely with the University of Warsaw, EIT Food CLCs and EIT Food Hubs (local contact points of EIT Food in each country) to deliver high-quality analysis, facilitating future activities of EIT Food.

Local experts will be selected in an open call, targeting experts in innovation policies and agri-food sector, familiar with operational programmes, smart specialisation strategy, maintaining contacts with relevant local stakeholders from the public sector and being fluent in English.

Interested and eligible experts are invited to submit their applications by 7 October 2020, 3 pm CEST, using the attached “Application Form” and supplementing it by a sample of previous work (reports, scientific publications, internal analyses). Please send the electronic version of the application, based on the attached template, with attachment(s) to apuchejda@wz.uw.edu.pl and RIS@eitfood.eu.

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