EU Open Science Policy Platform presents final report
This final report of the EU Open Science Policy Platform (OSPP) provides a brief overview of its four-year mandate from 2016 to 2020, followed by an update on progress by each stakeholder group over the past two years since the publication of the OSPP’s recommendations across the European Commission’s eight ambitions on Open Science. This summary of Practical Commitments for Implementation with specific examples of progress by each stakeholder community across Europe is followed by a perspective from each group on the major outstanding blockers to progress and possible next steps. The group of 25 key stakeholder representatives have then come together to propose a vision for moving beyond Open Science to create a shared research knowledge system by 2030.
The Open Science Policy Platform has been established by the European Commission to provide advice about the development and implementation of open science policy in Europe.The group consists of high-level representatives of the broad constituency of European science stakeholders.
The report can be downloaded here:
Final Report of the Open Science Policy Platform