EKSISTENZ encourages you to join EKSISTENZ’s communities of practice.
A community of practice is a group of people who together prepare implementation of a solution in a common area.
EKSISTENZ’s communities of practice – whose participants together represent multiple European Union member states and multiple disciplinary fields and whose agenda is focused by the existence of tangible deliverables – will meet on a regular basis in order to facilitate learning, exchange, development and, crucially, co-production. EKSISTENZ’s communities of practice meetings are ordinarily organized around a work package task. Present at each/the majority of EKSISTENZ’s communities of practice meetings are a power sponsor (a public institution), a moderator (the work package task expert), a chairman (customarily a further work package task expert), a rapporteur (an academic tasked with documenting) and, of course, the participants (recruited from within stakeholder organizations such as private and public sector bodies, universities and research clusters). Targeted participants include:
- STORK 2.0
- World e-ID Summit
- And EEMA
To register contact EKSISTENZ head of dissemination Shaun Topham:
Log in and then click here for communities of practice meeting minutes and communities of practice presentations and documents.
Finally, click here and be forwarded to the EKSISTENZ-driven European Observatory on Identity Theft website. All EKSISTENZ communities of practice will operate under the banner of the European Observatory on Identity Theft.