Stakeholder Workshop announcement, 16th Aug 2013, Birmingham
The PRACTICE Project is pleased to announce the international Stakeholders’ Workshop Stakeholder Workshop that will take place on Friday 16th August 2013 at Kingston Theatre Austin Court, 80 Cambridge Street, Birmingham B1 2NP, United Kingdom.
The workshop is dedicated to the representatives of various groups, such as public bodies, welfare groups, public security services, tools’ providers and others. The main objectives of the workshop include:
- to have a feedback on the tools used and validated by end-users and stakeholders during the UK Validation Exercise (D6.5) on 15th of August.
- to collect end-users’ feedback regarding the development and improvements of the toolbox itself, that will be presented to attendees during the workshop.
- to promote PRACTICE project objectives andinform stakeholders of the results and latest scientific progress in the field of toolbox development within the PRACTICE project. The workshop aims also to share experts’ knowledge and experiences about the critical issues specific for the crisis management activities in relation to toolbox improvement.
Hence, the objective of the workshop is to present the Toolbox and up-to-date project results in order to receive end-users’ feedback for the best development of the toolbox at later stages of the project. Additionally, active participation in the workshop will give a significant impact on the final toolbox. Key stakeholders from relevant areas are expected to participate (end users’ representatives and organisations, EC representatives, technologies developers, etc.). This workshop therefore is an excellent chance to meet experts from relevant fields.
Detailed information concerning programme, registration, transport and accommodation can be found here.
We are looking to welcome you and have the benefit of your presence on the 16th of August inBirmingham.
For more information, please contact us.