Taskforces

Taskforces
Taskforces are the EU STEM Coalition's main instrument for providing direct support in the development of new STEM and skills strategies, platforms and programmes. Please see the taskforce dossiers below to learn more about individual taskforces.

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The table below provides an overview of ongoing taskforces. Click on a taskforce to learn more.

July 7, 2021 | Estonia | Estonian Research Council
The Estonian Research Council has been tasked by the government of Estonia to coordinate a wide range of STEM learning and promotion activit...
June 29, 2021 | Norway | Norwegian National Centre for Science Recruitment (NCR)
The national STEM strategy “Close to STEM” of the Norwegian government expired in 2020, which is lacking a plan and political foundation for...
May 1, 2020 | France | L'Institut de Locarn, AlertEducation
Schools and companies in the region of Brittany (Bretagne) in France implement various STEM and entrepreneurship-related activities, includi...
February 7, 2018 | Spain | InnoBasque
The Basque Innovation Agency (InnoBasque) has been tasked by the government of the Basque country with the coordination and implementation o...

The table below provides an overview of finalised taskforces. Please note that this overview is currently incomplete. Click on a taskforce to learn more. For more information, please contact the EU STEM Coalition secretariat directly.

September 29, 2016 | Denmark | Denmark
In 2015 the idea of a Danish "Technology Pact" (TP) based on the Dutch Technology Pact 2013-2020 model was first floated. The Technology Pac...
August 20, 2018 | Norway | Norwegian National Centre for Science Recruitment
The current national STEM strategy of the Norwegian government expires in 2020. In addition, several key-competences in the field of (STEM)...
April 1, 2017 | Hungary | Obuda University
There are a wide range of national, regional and local STEM initiatives in Hungary. However, these initiatives are insufficiently coordinate...

The EU STEM Coalition plays a key role in supporting the objectives of the European Commission’s Digital Education Action Plan and the broader European Education Area 

Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth