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EURASTiP

The EURASTiP project aims to create a European-Asian Technology and Innovation Platform.

The European Asian aquaculture Technology and innovation Platform (EURASTiP) is a three year research, development and innovation project, funded through the EU Horizon 2020 programme, and developed in response to EU call “reinforcing international cooperation on sustainable aquaculture production with countries from South East Asia”(see – H2020 SFS-24-2016).  EURASTiP will provide a structured basis for multi-stakeholder dialogue in the aquaculture community, within South East Asia and between South East Asia and the EU.  In order to achieve this, EURASTiP will build on the experience of the European Aquaculture Technology and innovation Platform (EATiP),the  ASEM aquaculture platform and the individual EURASTiP consortium partners.

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Survey on European-Asian aquaculture education collaboration 

Do you work in the aquaculture sector? Then we would love to hear from you! Input from all stakeholders is important to make sure that our future workforce has the skills required for a sustainable, successful, and thriving global aquaculture sector.

What is the goal of this survey? Under the auspices of the EU-funded EURASTiP project (http://eurastip.eu/), we aim to get a better insight into current aquaculture education activities between Europe and Asia. What are characteristics, benefits and challenges, and how can we build upon these to improve aquaculture training provision.

Survey instructions: You can access the survey here: http://www.esurveyspro.com/s/399707/eurastip-aquaculture-education. It should take around 15 minutes to complete and if you get interrupted you can return later and pick up where you left off.

If you complete the survey on a non-anonymous basis, by completing your name and email address, you will have a chance to attend one of EURASTiP’s three capacity building foresight workshops for free (we will reimburse your travel and subsistence costs)!

We would greatly appreciate receiving your feedback within the next few weeks. The survey will close on 29 September 2017.

If you have any questions, please contact Marieke Reuver at marieke@aquatt.ie

 

 

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