This document provides guidance on the role and responsibilities of HIPs to facilitate the process of the proposed adaptive reuse blueprints for culturally, socially and economically inclusive societies in selected cities across Europe as well as to identify the stages of their meeting exchanges. It draws on ICLEI’s extensive experience in moderating collaboration between researchers and policy-makers as part of European projects and seeks to support universities and cities in the assessment of Heritage Commons in pilot cities. This facilitation will allow addressing the participatory mapping and assessment of cultural heritage resources in pilot cities, the selection of specific heritage properties / sites for circular models implementation as well as the choice of financing, business and governance models for adaptive reuse.
The Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan (“C&D&E Plan”) is a document that summarizes the strategy and concrete actions related to the communication, dissemination and exploitation of CLIC project results.
This Plan follows the evolution of the project from the start until the submission of the final project report. In practice, the Plan is updated during the implementation of the project and CLIC beneficiaries are required to report periodically to the European Commission the concrete communication, dissemination and exploitation activities carried out. These activities should be consistent with the Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan and proportionate to the impact expected from the project. The plan will be updated periodically and at the end of the project, the final report should include the final version of the Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan that will allow the European Commission to assess the impact of the program.
The Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan enables:
CLIC beneficiaries shall comply with the requirements of the Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan.
The Management handbook is the operational plan containing the description of the project management procedures, structure and roles and responsibilities of the parties involved, inclusive of monitoring and evaluation plan and risk management plan.
The mission of open access is to remove all economic, legal and technical barriers that prevent access to scientific information and contribute to the progress and free movement of ideas. The foundations for the technological development underlying the spread of motion are laid down by the Open Archives Initiative (OAI), which was established in 1999 with the aim of promoting standards, software, and common protocols to ensure the interoperability of e-prints repositories for free dissemination of the scientific knowledge through the use of open source technological tools.
Open access’ has been adopted as a core strategy by the European Commission in order to improve knowledge circulation and thus innovation. It is illustrated in particular by the general principle for open access to scientific publications in Horizon 2020 and the pilot for research data.
The aim of the Data Management Plan (DMP) is to provide the plan for managing the data generated and collected during the project. The DMP describes the data management life cycle for all datasets to be collected, processed and/or generated by a research project.
It covers: a) the handling of research data during and after the project, b) what data will be collected, processed or generated, c) what methodology and standards will be applied, d) whether data will be shared/made open and how and e) how data will be curated and preserved.
The deliverable will be updated during the project lifetime.
The European Commission has identified different ethics issues that may arise during this research work, and has identified specific requirements that projects shall satisfy for each of these issues. The present deliverable offers detailed information on the informed consent procedures that will be implemented in regard to the collection, storage and protection of personal data of all persons (i.e. city representative, academic, representative of civil society, representative of private stakeholder) involved in the project.
The European Commission has identified different ethics issues that may arise during this research work, and has identified specific requirements that projects shall satisfy for each of these issues. The present deliverable focuses in particular the ethic issues concerning any research involving collecting or processing personal data, regardless of the methods used. Requirement no. 5 is specifically dedicated to pieces of research involving processing of personal data imported to/exported from EU, i.e. any information which relate to an identified or identifiable natural person, such as name, address, email etc . The deliverable illustrates how CLIC intends to address ethical implications in this specific context.