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Mediterranean practitioners’ network capacity building for effective response to emerging security challenges

Deliverables

Data management plan

Contains data management within MEDEA

Establishment of DELC and requirements during the project lifetime

The deliverable will describe the objectives of external Data privacy, Ethical and Legal Committee, and their functions to support MEDEA network.

MEDEA Social impact review report v1

Contains a summary of the MEDEA project social impact Revision1

Registry of Mediterranean Practitioners

MEDEA requires a geographical database which will contain information & profiling about the practitioner’s organizations, contact information and their mandate. The deliverable will describe the database which will be created.

MEDEA DCO plan v1

Report showcasing envisaged DCO actions. Revision 1.

Mediterranean Research and Innovation Agenda v1

Initial version of Mediterranean Research and Innovation Agenda (MSRIA).

Mediterranean Research and Innovation Agenda v2

First revision v2 of Mediterranean Research and Innovation Agenda MSRIA

DELC report for the 1st reporting period

The deliverable will describe an overview of the work performed by the external Data privacy, Ethical and Legal Committee, to support MEDEA network during the first 18 months of activities.

MEDEA DCO plan v2

Report showcasing envisaged DCO actions Revision 2 This deliverable will also include the exploitation plan The exploitation plan will detail the ways in which the Mediterranean and Black Sea security practitioners can benefit from the projects results and developed methodology Guidance will be provided to security practitioners both members of the consortium and nonmembers to process identify analyse and prioritise their needs for capabilities which will communicate to policy makers Rdimension decision makers HO dimension and innovation suppliers and solution providers Tdimension

Document on application of MEDEA scenario driven methodology v1

Report on scenario details, needs and requirements relevant to achieving them. Revision 1.

Database of Migration Management Scenarios

Description of “migration management and asylum seekers” scenarios based on recent experiences from the migration crisis and introduction to the secure MEDEA Collaboration Platform.

DCO report v1

Summary of DCO performed activities Revision 1

MEDEA “Memorandum of the Association”

Document describing the fundamental principles under which the MEDEA network will operate. This is the initial version.

MEDEA collaboration platform

The deliverable will describe the IT platform developed to facilitate MEDEA decision making, local and remote cooperation, scenario introduction and analysis.

Annual conferences & meetings v3

The third version of this deliverable will summarise the annual events either workshops or conferences members of the consortium attended It will also indicate other relevant dissemination events symposiums seminars and exhibitions MEDEA members will plan to attend

TCP4 open call to stakeholders

Made through MEDEA website and other means

TCP2 open call to academia and industry

Made through MEDEA website and other means based on the user requirements

Social media Channels

Establishing of MEDEA’s presence at social media.

Annual conferences & meetings v2

The second version of this deliverable will summarise the annual events (either workshops or conferences) members of the consortium attended. It will also indicate other relevant dissemination events, symposiums, seminars, and exhibitions MEDEA members will plan to attend.

Open call to TCP-1 stakeholders

Initiated and exucuted through MEDEA website and other means

Summary of MEDEA TCP4 events

Summarise the findings of the events with the participation of academia practitioners and industry

MEDEA web portal

Establishment of first version of the portal. This will be continuously updated with partners inputs.

Database of cross border crime TCP scenarios

Description of “relevant” scenarios based on recent experiences and introduction to the secure MEDEA Collaboration Platform.

MEDEA newsletter v1

Electronic newsletter reflecting on achieved work and planned activities in the coming periods. Revision 1.

MEDEA Brochure, posters v1

Promotional material to be used by partners. Revision 1.

Database of Disaster Resilient Scenarios

Description of scenarios relevant to natural hazards and technological accidents and introduction to the secure MEDEA Collaboration Platform.

MEDEA network establishment

The deliverables list MEDEA members and assign practitioners to each TCP (Thematic Communities of Practitioners). The initial scope and objectives of the network, and timeline of activities are defined.

MEDEA newsletter v3

Electronic newsletter reflecting on achieved work and planned activities in the coming periods Revision 3

MEDEA Brochure, posters v2

Promotional material to be used by partners Revision 2

Workshop on public innovation procurement

The deliverable will document all present material aspiring to serve as guidelines to practitioners to conduct public procurement

Annual conferences & meetings v1

Analysis on section 2.2.1.

TCP3 open call to academia and industry

Made through MEDEA website and other means based on the user requirements

Database of Border management and surveillance Scenarios

Description of “relevant” scenarios based on recent experiences and introduction to the secure MEDEA Platform.

MEDEA newsletter v2

Electronic newsletter reflecting on achieved work and planned activities in the coming periods. Revision 2.

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