EPICUR Associated Partners

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In order to enhance and improve the alliance’s impact, EPICUR is creating links with the higher education system and private sector in Europe through associated partners.
EPICUR Associated Partners are organisations that:

  • contribute to the implementation of specific tasks/activities
  • and/or support the dissemination and sustainability of the EPICUR alliance results.

These organisations must be able to contribute to the development of specific topics that the Alliance is working on at a global level.
EPICUR will consult the associated partners for advice on the project implementation and its challenges.  The integration of expertise will help us to overcome identified obstacles and will enable us to benefit from valuable feedback on governance, strategic issues and work package decisions.

The associated partners are encouraged to:

  • comment documents and propositions realised by the Work Packages in order to provide valuable feedback before strategic decisions are taken,
  • participate in specific work package meetings on the invitation of the work package leaders,
  • participate in Steering Committee meetings on the invitation of the Committee,
  • provide advice on specific topics, project activities, tasks, developments, strategies, etc related to their expertise,
  • give feedback on the development of EPICUR related to their involvement,
  • co-organise events or workshops,
  • co-develop a strategy for a long-term partnership with EPICUR. 

Current Associated Partners

  • ECOLAS, The European Consortium of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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