Policy makers often receive criticism for ineffective legislation and regulations, due to their lack of subject-matter experience and knowledge, especially in the field of science. Policy makers encounter difficulties understanding the language of scientists and incorporating scientific advice into the legislative process. Cooperation and understanding the interests of both groups is essential for the outcome of the policy making process.
The experts of the Interreg Europe Research and Innovation Policy Learning Platform have prepared a Policy Brief on EU-financed instruments that can be used to bridge the gap between the academia and the policy makers.
Download the Policy Brief.
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Project partners have made the first steps to shape their local Action Plans during the Peer Review meetings.
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