This project aims at streamlining and institutionalization of existing efforts in development of infrastructure for encouraging and facilitating the mobility of researchers in Serbia – Serbian mobility network. The proposal results from the experience that the proposal coordinator gained by taking part in the FP6 SSA project WEB-MOB – Development of researchers’ mobility policy guidelines for the region of Western Balkans, in the period of 2005-2007. Main project objectives are: a) to establish structured network of service and information providers, enabling practical assistance to researchers in all issues related to their experience of mobility; b) to develop organizational framework, comprised of organizational structure, communication strategies, data requirements and procedures for providing of best performance in information and services delivery; and c) to promote ERA-MORE values through the awareness campaign, including promotional events, dissemination of printed material with valuable information and delivery of information and services through the national researchers’ mobility portal, linked to pan-European Mobility Portal. The fulfillment of the above objectives, in accordance with European standards and values, will be ensured by a four-level organizational structure of the network, consisting of the steering, coordination, operational and beneficiary (contact points) layer. As such, Serbian mobility network will provide a backbone for involvement and concentration of all relevant actors – policy stakeholders, industry, public and private university representatives and researchers’ community. The network is guided by the steering committee, providing high-level support, coordinated by the bridgehead organization and operated by four regional mobility centers, with geographical coverage of universities and one specific mobility center for private universities and faculties as well as other research organizations.
Field of science
- /social sciences/sociology/governance/public services
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