The IMPEL seminar on the National Peer Review Initiative (NPRI) will be organised online on 16 September 2020, starting at 9.30 and ending at 16.15 (CET).
Phase 1 of the National Peer Review Initiative (NPRI) project has ended, taking advantage of IMPEL’s experience with peer reviews. The NPRI project aims to provide National Organisations and Networks support and guidance to implement, autonomously, a methodology that can help to improve their performance.
Eight IMPEL members worked on the topic and developed a methodology based on the examination and analysis of advanced experience of 7 (international) organisations in conducting Peer Reviews. This methodology aims to support IMPEL members in the development of their own customised peer review scheme.
The objectives of the seminar are:
- To inform on progress within the project and to present the (draft) deliverables, as well as to request for comments and advice:
- To explain and discuss the project activities that will be carried out in the 2nd half of 2020 and in 2021;
- To encourage the development and testing of an NPRI in other countries and to discuss preparatory work.
The agenda of the seminar and the details for the web connection will be shared as soon as possible with the registered participants. For more information on the online NPRI seminar, click here.