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... This study investigates the potential of using open data about higher education and research activities as a basis for constructing university rankings at the national level. In the case study, open data from the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technological Development of Serbia served as a foundation for deriving indicators of university performance and calculating ranks of universities from Serbia. In addition to reviewing notable international rankings of universities, authors extracted the international standings of universities from Serbia and discussed the national university rankings that were generated during our investigation. Find the study ...
... The aim of the Conference is to introduce to researchers from Serbia the principles of open science and current initiatives and requirements in this area, especially in the context of projects funded by the European Commission. Invited foreign speakers will present successful examples of the application of open science in the European Union. Also, visitor will be able to get acquainted with ...
... open science principles and enhance the social inclusiveness and accountability of publicly-funded research. Find here the outcomes BE-OPEN (Boosting Engagement of Serbian Universities in Open Science) is a structural project funded under the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education action. The project is coordinated by the University of Novi Sad, Serbia. The main objective of the project is to develop conditions for the implementation of the core principles of Open Science at universities in Serbia. BE-OPEN http://www.beopen.uns.ac.rs
... June and November 2017, and encompasses the 28 EU member states as well as several non-EU members of the European Research Area, such as Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. New activity around national approaches to open data and open science has been identified in several countries, notably the Czech Republic, Hungary, Serbia and Sweden. Among other key findings: 11 of 28 EU member states have national, research-data related policies in place The majority of these policies are owned by – or heavily involved – national research funders; and thus, generally focus on expectations for grant recipients. Policies generally took effect between 2009 and 2017 ...
... South East Europe: A Policy Outlook 2018. Mr Fexer confirmed us that Smart specialisation has an important role to play in the Western Balkans’ further economic development and added that the process is a demanding one but will itself prove fruitful through the extensive public-private dialogue that it entails. Although Serbia and Montenegro started their smart specialisation journey a few months earlier and are currently more advanced, all Western Balkan governments seem to have recognised the value of the cmart specialisation exercise and are now starting theirs. Along the way, all six economies will face challenges. Their smart specialisation processes will ...
... 000 CHF. The aim of the tender is the selection of a consortium for the implementation of the Programme, which will include an international and a local implementation partner, with the international partner as the leader. The consortium should submit a concept for further development of civil society in Serbia. The deadline for submission of proposals is 26 October 2018. More information can be found HERE. The information on the Competition can be downloaded from civilnodrustvo.gov.rs The Swiss Cooperation Office in Serbia has announced the invitation for participating in the tender for the new programme of ...
... the second round of policy research projects organised by Public Policy Secretariat and PERFORM, and it focuses on identifying the barriers faced by women in higher education, examining the ways in which scientists combine their professional life with family responsibilities, and identifying opportunities for improving the higher education system in Serbia. “There is a common misconception that the issue of gender equality at the University of Belgrade is a resolved issue. That is why research like these are very important. The University of Belgrade is preparing Gender Equality Action Plan, which should be adopted at the next session of UB Council ...
Find the document here This study commissioned by PERFORM looks at how SSH are performing in terms of quality, excellence and relevance, discusses underlying reasons for their under-performance, and provides recommendations on how some of the issues can be addressed. http://www.perform.network/upload/resources/documents/hMxyz9lE.pdf
Among the 56 projects that reached the final stage of the competition, are Razlivalište and the project Social Impact Award, as well as Centre for Socially Responsible Entrepreneurship  with the project Rural Hub. The jury chose these two organizations in accordance with the criteria prescribed by the European Commission, with the aim of promoting, recognizing and supporting the development of entrepreneurship throughout Europe. Social Impact Award is working on creating a community of ...
The Convention aimed to use inspiring content and good practice examples from Serbia and the region to highlight the importance of crowdfunding for the development of entrepreneurship, small and medium enterprises, non-profit organizations and creative industries. The Convention was organized by the German-Serbian Initiative for Sustainable Growth and Employment, the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit of the Government of the Republic of ...
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