This report will outline the initial design of the GGP's new governance struture.
This report will evaluate the GGP Governance structure and make recommendations for greater efficiency and accountability. The report will be delivered to the consortium and council of partners and upon adoption will represent the new governance structure of the GGP.
This report will evaluate the governance options that are open to the GGP.
This report will combine and integrate deliverables from all other work packages in order to outline the long term strategy of the GGP. This report will constitute the basis of the GGP's ESFRI application in 2020.
This report will outline the financial model to be used by the GGP in conjunction with potential governance structures as identified in WP4.
This report will detail the largest risks to the GGP and its long term operations and advise on how they can be mitigated.
The fieldwork guidelines will provide sampling and fieldwork guidelines for national teams with regards to the data collection to be conducted in 2019.
This report will provide detailed costings of the fieldwork operations in participating countries under various scenarios.
This report will outline the socio-economic case for the new round of data collection for the GGP.
This report will identify the human resource needs of the infrastructure and make recommendations for the development of these human resources.
This report will detail the usage of the GGP by both researchers and non-researchers including downloads and publications.
This will document all new data that is added to the GGP Data Archive through the duration of the project.
This will provide an update to the scientific case for the GGP which was initially published in 2012. The update will detail the scientific rationale for the new round of data collection.
This report will examine the financing options that are open to the GGP regarding the long term financing of its coordination activities.
This will be a stakeholder event in Brussels in January 2018 in which potential national funders of the GGP will be invited for discussions regarding the future of the project.
This will consist of a training event for potential public sector users of the GGP.
There will be two GGP User Conferences during the course of the project in 2017 (Berlin) and 2019 (Paris).
The survey instrument will be a centralised instrument that is to be implemented by national teams participating in data collection in 2019.
There will be 5 GGP Regional Conferences which will address regional specific issues and rise the profile of the project in various sub-regions of the world.
This special session will be organised at one of the major social survey research conferences and will be aimed at sharing GGP experiences in cross-national survey research and establishing best practices.
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