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Six professors from ENIT participated over a full week at the Expert Seminar in Bremen to be informed about "The Regional Innovation System (RIS) of the Country State of Bremen, Germany: Actors, Institutions, Policies, and Processes" (see the Programme of the Expert Seminar and the Introductory Presentation by Professor Karl Wohlmuth, the organizer of the Expert Seminar in Bremen).
The involved universities and research institutes in Bremen and the press reported intensively about the Seminar; see the reports by the University of Bremen (PDF May 2015 and PDF December 2014), and the Interview with Professor Karl Wohlmuth about the project in the Magazine of the University of Bremen from July 2015, BUS Number 139 (PDF BUS 139), the reports by the University of Applied Sciences Bremen with the links: the report by DAAD in their Press Service with the link: , the report in the local press (PDF 1 und PDF 2), and the report on the event titled "Wissenschaftsdelegation aus Tunesien zu Besuch am BIBA" by the BIBA Log Dynamics Newsletter of June 2015 with the Link:
Bis zuletzt versuchten die AKP-Lnder, Alternativen zu den EPAs durchzusetzen, doch ohne Erfolg (vgl.
dazu die Position der AKP-Lnder vom April 2014: Data/etudes/etudes/join/2014/433843/EXPO-DEVE_ET(2014)433843_).
This will be a platform to share resources and learning/teaching tools among the many partners to the project.
Source: TAASTI, Workshop on Inter Academic networking for STI Policy Other activities ongoing are the works on the MOOC programme, an Online Course on the Innovation System of the Country State of Bremen; responsible experts for this task from the German side are Professor Dr.
The Research Group is supporting the "Engineering and Technology Policy/ETP" study programme at ENIT.
Outstanding event was the Expert Seminar held in Bremen.
Professor Karl Wohlmuth was interviewed by the BUS Magazine of the University of Bremen about the Cooperation Project Bremen-Tunis (see BUS July 2015, Number 139) Another important activity was the participation of Professor Achim Gutowski, as a representative of the Research Group on African Development Perspectives, at the UNESCO International Workshop "Inter-university networking for capacity-building in STI policy: Towards a comprehensive African master programme at the ENIT" in Hammamet, Tunisia (see the reports by UNESCO on the meeting and on the ETP programme with the links: tx_browser_pi1[show Uid]=31206&c Hash=87c0b463af ; all the documents for the International Workshop and about the ETP programme at ENIT can be downloaded as well as the Photo Gallery).Specifically, the chapter investigates the role of Africa's Middle Class for closing the "Missing Middle", the gap between the few large and the many small and informal enterprises in Africa.The question is raised if the growth of Africa's Middle Class will contribute to the growth of African enterprises so that the "Missing Middle" development trap can be overcome.The project is part of UNESCO's Priority Africa Programme.Source: UNESCO, UNESCO's Priority Africa Programme The documents are also available in PDF format: the List of participants, the Concept note, the ETP programme, the Workshop Booklet, and the Official Photo of the International Delegates .