A two-day seminar "How to advocate project results for more political commitment?" will be held in Brussels on 12th and 13th of February 2014. The objectives of these 2 days are to understand the 'Brussels machinery'(presentation of institutional actors, intermediary and private lobbying networks), to have in mind concrete examples and best ways on how to advocate project results for more political commitment (Examples: Position papers: for which purpose and for whom? How to take part in EC consultations and where to find up to date information? Which events for lobbying?) and to work on communication (strategic communications planning, internal project communication).
This workshop is in English only.
Partners are also warmly invited to participate afterwards to the workshop “Innovative tools in support of 2014-2020 regional Research & Innovation policies" on 13th of February in the afternoon.