Enhancing interagency cooperation with International Framework
Pursuing new knowledge, technologies, insights and solutions to complex problems, Canadian researchers are increasingly reaching out, and being invited, to work with colleagues from around the world. These international research collaborations strengthen research excellence in Canada, and allow Canadian researchers to make positive contributions to global society. It is in this context that the Canada Research Coordinating Committee (CRCC) has adopted the “International Framework: Statement of Objectives and Principles.”
This framework applies where CRCC member agencies have converging or intersecting international priorities. It complements international strategies of the agencies, informs decisions in areas of mutual interest, and helps guide the CRCC in designing initiatives such as the New Frontiers in Research Fund.
The actions stemming from this framework will be informed by the Government of Canada’s overall priorities, with the intention that this will encourage collaboration across the government sector.
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