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Title: Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a new challenge for Europe


1
Cultural Heritage and Global Change a new
challenge for Europe
Towards Joint Programming in Research
JPI Governance Structure presentation of the
draft proposal
Cristina Sabbioni, MIUR-MIBAC Rome, 5 February
2010
Working for strengthening the European Research
Area
2
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
19 4 Participants
  • Lithuania
  • Malta
  • The Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Iceland
  • Ireland
  • Italy

Rome, 5 February 2010
3
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
  • The draft Government Structure sent on the 1 of
    February for discussion is based on
  • The JPI proposal Cultural Heritage, Climate
    Change and Security submitted to the GPC Plenary
    Session of the 10 of November.
  • The term of Reference of the Management
    Structure for the Joint Programming Initiative
    Neurodegenerative Diseases, in particular
    Alzheimers disease in Europe.
  • Preliminary suggestions Concerning the
    Governance Structure for a JPI Healthy Diet for
    a Healthy Live.

Rome, 5 February 2010
4
Overall Strategic consideration for Governance
Structure
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
  • The implementation structure should meet the
    following basis requirements and allow the easy
    performance of the management tasks mentioned
    below
  • to set up a strong collaborative network of
    research funders and programme owners at the
    heart of the Joint Programming Initiative
    (JPI)
  • to define a Vision Document (VD) outlining the
    policy context, the objectives and the state of
    the art
  • to define a common Strategic Research Agenda
    (SRA) with agreed research priorities and
    instruments
  • to define and implement an Action Programme (APr)
    encompassing a coherent set of implementation
    measures (Actions) as defined in the objectives
    of the SRA
  • to ensure maximum synergies among related
    activities at regional, national, transnational,
    and Community level
  • to support the creation, mutual access and shared
    use of research infrastructures
  • to support the development of human resources,
    training and education and where appropriate, to
    contribute to a coherent legislative and
    regulatory framework.

Rome, 5 February 2010
5
The documents to be produced
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
Vision Document (VD) The VD is the basic
strategic document containing the policy context,
the objectives, the state of the art and early
indications of broad research priorities. Strateg
ic Research Agenda (SRA) The SRA is the
strategic document that, starting from the
visions described in the VD, captures the state
of the art, outlines the priority research areas
to be developed, the objectives, the outcomes and
desired impacts, the types of intervention and
resources available by country and sector of
intervention. The SRA is a tool for preparing the
Action Programme (APr). Action Programme (APr)
- The APr is a programme designed to implement
the SRA. The APr will be divided into lines of
action in which specific projects submitted for
funding can be allocated.
Rome, 5 February 2010
6
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
Building up an à la carte program in which
several countries in variable geometry could
participate voluntary and on a basis of their
political and financial commitment.
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7
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
The following three-layered governance structure
is proposed with a Government Board (GB), an
Executive Committee (EC) and a number of Task
Forces (TF)
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8
Government Board (GB)
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
  • The Government Board shall be responsible for the
    strategic orientation of this Joint Programming
    Initiative. It shall have overall responsibility
    for the operations and shall oversee the
    implementation of its activities.
  • It is composed by a maximum of two management
    representatives of each Country (Director level)
    and it is chaired by the Coordinator.
  • The Government Board shall in particular
  • Modify and approve the draft Vision Document -
    the Vision Document is the basis for the
    Strategic Research Agenda (SRA).
  • Modify and approve the draft SRA, after
    consultation with AB (Advisory Board).
  • Report to CREST, the Council of the European
    Union and other political bodies at European
    level, including the European Parliament.
  • Assess applications of new members and decide or
    recommend changes in membership.
  • Approve the initiatives to amend the Governing
    structure of the JPI.
  • Adopt its rules of procedure.
  • Meets normally once per year.

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9
Executive Committee (EC)
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
  • The Executive Committee shall be responsible for
    the JPI management and for the implementation of
    the actions planned by the GB. It is composed by
    one technical representative from each Country
    and it is chaired by the Coordinator.
  • The Executive Committee shall in particular
  • draw up the Draft Vision Document, with the
    support of the Scientific Committee (SC), timely
    if made, and submit it to the GB for approval
  • draw up the Draft SRA, with the support of the
    Scientific Committee (SC), and submits it to the
    GB for approval
  • draw up, with the support of the Scientific
    Committee (SC), and approve the Action Programme
    (APr). The EC will consult the AB and will
    present the APr to GB
  • be responsible for implementing the Action
    Programme
  • meet normally twice per year
  • EC will be structured into
  • Working Groups during the phase of writing of
    SRA, as required
  • Task Forces are composed of a maximum of 5
    members responsible of the different research
    areas, during the phase to implement the SRA and
    APr.

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Task Force (TF)
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
  • Each TF is composed, normally, of 5 members
    (identified by the EC) and is responsible for
  • Drafting APr in its research area.
  • Proposing updates of both SRA and APr in its
    research area
  • Monitoring the implementation of SRA and APr and
    reporting to the EC the progress achieved,
    highlighting immediately any deviation from the
    approved APr.

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11
Advisory Board (AB)
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
  • The Advisory Board is composed by a group of
    selected representatives from European and
    international bodies relevant to this JPI. It is
    chaired by the Coordinator.
  • The AB
  • Will advise the GB on strategic issues, on the
    effectiveness of the JPI initiative and
    contribute to integrating this JPI into the
    global context.
  • Meets normally once per year.
  • UNESCO
  • ICCROM
  • Council of Europe
  • EUROPA NOSTRA
  • World Monuments Fund
  • European Construction Technology Platform (ECTP)
  • Blue Shield
  • . .

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12
Scientific Committee (SC)
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
  • The Scientific Committee shall include 12 experts
    from countries involved in this JPI and abroad,
    selected by peer-review.
  • Each Country should provide a maximum of 6
    candidates from its own country and 6 from
    abroad 4 experts on tangible cultural heritage
    research, 4 experts on intangible cultural
    heritage research and 4 experts on basic
    scientific research.
  • The GB will select the 12 components of the SC
    among the candidates proposed by the Member
    States and , taking into account the scientific
    excellence of the candidates and the number of
    nominations received by each of them.
  • The Scientific Committee will support the EC in
    its activities giving scientific advices.

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13
Coordination Structure (CS)
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
  • The Coordination Structure will be constituted by
    the Coordinator and the JPI Management Office
    where a project manager and administration will
    be based for the necessary support for the
    day-to-day management.
  • The CS through the Coordinator will be
    responsible for coordinating the activities among
    GB, EC and SC to implement a mutually accepted
    and realistic vision.
  • The CS will also support GB, EC, SC and AB in
    their activities.
  • CS will keep contact with the European Commission.

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14
JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change
  • 1 Meeting 5 th February 2010 19 Countries
  • Governance Structure - Presentation and
    discussion
  • Objective agree on the criteria of the
    Government Board and Executive Committee
    composition

WHY ?
To set up the Government Board and Executive
Committee at the 2 Meeting
Rome, 5 February 2010
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