Tadas Juknevičius
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Baltic Science Network (BSN) presents an overview of potential solutions to the existing challenges associated with the researcher mobility in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) in the Working Paper “Challenges to Researchers´ Mobility in the Baltic Sea Region” prepared by Lithuania´s Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre (MOSTA).

Just as in the case of the recently published Working Paper “Overview of the Best Practices of Researchers´ Mobility Programmes”, readers well acquainted with the discussions which took place during the first CBSS conference Baltic Sea Science Day and the BSN Vilnius workshop last winter will be able to use the latest Working Paper as a valuable source of reference for further considerations, which solutions should be selected for more detailed elaboration during the on-going transnationally coordinated drafting of the BSN national action plans. The Working Paper “Challenges to Researchers´ Mobility in the Baltic Sea Region” highlights ten challenges and presents potential solutions for each of the identified issues.

The Working Paper “Challenges to Researchers´ Mobility in the Baltic Sea Region” also serves as one of the suggested reading materials ahead of the BSN Tallinn seminar “New Tools for Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation in Research and Innovation Programmes”. The much-awaited event will be hosted by the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research on 16 November 2017. Online registration details are accessible here.

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