Exploitation and dissemination
Dissemination is core to the MEADOW project’s coordination activities. Moreover, it is a horizontal activity in which all of the partners will be involved. MEADOW’s dissemination plan is set up around the basic principle of assuring timely dissemination of the project’s on-going activities and results to a range of actors including :
The four fundamental pillars of the Meadow project’s dissemination activities are :
2) The Stakeholder meetings planned for February 2009 and December 2009 of the project. The meetings will be the occasion to directly disseminate the project results at different phases to members of the policy, scientific, business and trade union communities. The MEADOW Advisory Board will assist in making contact with key stakeholders at the national and European levels. The Advisory Board will meet four times over the life of the project, in months 2, 13, 24 and 34.
Alessandra Colecchia, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, OECDPeter Elias, Strategic Advisor (Data Resources), ESRC, UK.Bernard Felix, "Social Statistics and Innovation Society", EUROSTATJulia Lane, Director of Economics, Labor and Population at NORC/University of ChicagoAgnès Parent-Thirion, European Working Conditions Obervatory from EFILWCJohan van Rens, former Director of CEDEFOP
- The European Foundation for the Improvement of Working Conditions (EFILWC), Dublin- The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Paris- The Statistical Office of the European Communities (EUROSTAT), Brussels- The DARES, French Ministry of Employment, Paris- The Italian National Statistical Office (ISTAT), Rome- The Hungarian Central Statistical Office, (HCSO), Budapest, Hungary- Institute of Labour and Social Studies, Warsaw, Poland- Faculty of Management, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovak republic- The Planning Commission Unit in Development Economics, Kerala, India- S&T Statistics Department, Nathional Research Center for Science and Technology for Development, Beijing, China
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