Promoting mobility


"Employers and/or funders should recognise the value of geographical, intersectoral, interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary and virtual mobility, as well as mobility between the public and private sectors, as an important means of increasing scientific knowledge and professional development at all stages of a researcher's career. They should therefore introduce such options in their career development strategy, and fully value and recognise any mobility experience in their career progression/evaluation system.

This also requires the establishment of the necessary administrative instruments to allow for the portability of grants and social security provisions, in accordance with national legislation". (extract from the Charter for European researchers)



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  • Information campaign on the Erasmus programme for staff
  • Hiring of an accountant to process research projects in collaboration with universities in the South

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