- Is piloting expected from study projects?
- The Terms of Reference of Call 02 states “Test projects are expected to experiment common instruments, policies, strategies and action plans already developed to validate concrete solutions to be transferred.” What can be considered as ‘common instruments, policies, strategies and action plans already developed’. Can those only be papers or documents ? Or could an already developed methodology, tool, or technology be considered as an ‘instrument’ and therefore be appropriate if we were to test it in a different setting or environment?
- Is it also foreseen for test projects to conduct transfer and capacity-building activities themselves or will this be facilitated and implemented only by the project type that facilitates results amplification, e.g., governance projects?
- Is there a maximum duration of the project in the second call?
- Is a study phase recommended before testing and transferring the project or can it be based on experience?
- Are small-scale projects foreseen in future calls?
- Are governance projects linked to the Programme’s missions and how many will be approved?
- Are there restrictions for the participation of governance projects’ partners in thematic projects ?
- Will there be a Governance platform similar to PANORAMED or will Governance projects play this role?
- When will the calls for thematic projects be open (projects for Smarter and Greener MED and for strategic territorial projects?
- Apart from diffusion of results to other territories, which are the differences between thematic and governance projects? In terms of participating institutions, budget, etc?
- Does strategic territorial projects have to deal with study, test and transfer modules or can they choose 2 out of 3 modules ?
- Could Thematic projects combine different modules for example testing and transferring?