Definition of a Roadshow

The Water JPI defines the term “Roadshow” as an event (both public, as well as including face-to-face meetings with relevant funders/ministries) aiming at raising the profile and awareness of the Water JPI in a country with a low-level of involvement, in order to encourage greater buy-in from the relevant national stakeholders resulting in increased participation in the Water JPI activities.

Roadshows organised by the Water JPI

In the frame of WaterWorks2015 Task 7.3 on Alignment led by EPA, three “Roadshows” were organised in 2017 to further disseminate the Water JPI, meet with the relevant key stakeholders and present the outcomes of the other Case Studies. Latvia and Austria were selected based on their negative response to the 2015 Alignment Survey, Question 10: Is the Water JPI's Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda used to inform the agenda/programme? Estonia was selected as a candidate country for this case study. These roadshows were carried out by ANR and the EPA in:

  • Latvia (ANR - May 2017)
  • Austria (ANR - September 2017)
  • Estonia (EPA/ANR - October 2017)

To learn about the outcomes and recommendations resulting from these Roadshows, please consult the Combined Roadshow report available here.

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