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FAIR-IMPACT open call for financial support: Improving the availability and machine readability of data policies with FAIRsharing

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    Joy Davidson

    Members of this group might be interested in this open call from the FAIR-IMPACT project.
    Improving the availability and machine readability of data policies with FAIRsharing
    To ensure that researchers are working in a FAIR-enabling ecosystem, policymakers at the national, funding body, publisher, and organisational levels have been developing and aligning their policies to support the creation and use of data that are findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable. Monitoring the evolving policy landscape is labour intensive and focuses mainly on what is happening at the national level. As such, it can be hard to know what is happening at the institutional and research infrastructure level where most of the research is carried out. To provide a more complete picture of the policy landscape, this support action will work support the registration of data policies from a wider range of stakeholders using FAIRsharing and work collectively to consider how we can leverage this shared pool of information for ongoing policy monitoring activities.
    Successful applicants will receive 4000 € to enable their participation.
    We encourage applications from those with a formal national role in their country such as EOSC Mandated Organisations or Research Infrastructures representing a particular domain but are equally happy to receive applications from those working in more informal roles within their country/domain. We also welcome applications from teams covering a mix of stakeholders as well as those working regionally (e.g., at the state level or across several countries).
    Learn more and apply at
    Deadline is 31st March 2024
    All the best,
    Joy Davidson
    Associate Director
    Digital Curation Centre (DCC)
    University of Glasgow
    Email: ***@***.***

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