The aim of the Advisory Board is to ensure a continuous dialogue between the four Research Units and relevant groups of practitioners, so that latest developments in the field are reflected in the project’s outcomes.
More specifically the AB is requested to perform the following tasks:
- Comment on the revised proposal of the articulation of the research (at the project's start);
- Participate, if possible, to the meeting in which the researchers will present the results of their investigation and comment the results achieved (at the end of Stage 2 and 3);
- Critically comment the Recommendations and Guidelines prepared by the research teams (at the beginning of Stage 4);
- When necessary and upon request, provide guidance to the research teams and the project leadership to guarantee continuously the project relevance and its consistency with emerging challenges (throughout the project’s duration).