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Specific Support to Latvia II

 

Reports

Specific Support to Latvia: Expert panel

Expert panel of the Specific Support to Latvia.

Specific Support to Latvia II: factsheet

An overview of the Specific Support to Latvia.

Specific Support to Latvia II: Background report

This report provides background information on the Latvian research and innovation system with specific focus on human capital for research and innovation. It includes a concise overview of Latvia’s current performance in research and innovation, and the defined national priorities and targets for research and innovation system development, as well as recent achievements in fulfilling the set objectives.

Events

Specific Support to Latvia: kick-off meeting:

14 June 2019
DG Research and Innovation - Unit A4
Brussels, Belgium

In kicking off the PSF Specific Support to Latvia, this meeting brought together for the first time the expert panel, European Commission and Latvian R&I authorities in order to set the agenda for the project. Discussions covered the background and scope of the work, the schedule for in-country fact-finding visits, and the main expected outcomes, in terms of concrete operational recommendations and key policy messages, appropriate to Latvia’s context, backed by evidence, best practice and analyses of similar approaches and reforms in other countries.

Specific Support to Latvia: first country visit

4 September 2019 to 6 September 2019
Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia
Riga, Latvia

This fact-finding visit was the first opportunity for the panel of policy experts and peers from other countries to meet a range of Latvian R&I system stakeholders. The mission informed the panel’s deliberations on policies to attract and retain science and technology (S&T) talents, and develop S&T careers and human resources.

Specific Support to Latvia: second country visit

21 November 2019 to 22 November 2019
Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia
Riga, Latvia

The panel of policy experts and peers from other countries took their second trip to Latvia to meet a range of R&I system stakeholders. They meet representatives of the Ministry of Education and Research, among others, and presenting their first findings. Discussions focused on policies for attracting and retaining talents in scientific and technological careers in Latvia, developing their skills and productivity, and strengthen the employment of S&T human resources in the Latvian private sector.

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